History[edit | edit source]
IRIDAS' first product was FrameCycler, a real-time playback and review system which was released as a Free Edition in 2000 and as a commercial Studio Edition in 2001. In 2003, IRIDAS released SpeedGrade RT, the first non-destructive GPU-based color grading system.
In October 2009, IRIDAS announced that all its tools had been updated to take advantage of increased memory and speed of 64-bit systems, after a 2-years of optimization work. In spring 2011, IRIDAS unveiled the Lumetri color engine.
References[edit | edit source]
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- IRIDAS official website
- Frame Cycler at the Adobe Forums (2014-12-11, archived 2019-11-08)
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