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Drive + Innovation + Service = Digital Ingenuity.
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ASSIMILATE® Inc. is the developer of SCRATCH®, an industry-leading digital cinema engine that continues to revolutionize the movie industry. The SCRATCH digital workflow enables digital cinema and broadcast artists to generate dailies, conform, color correct and finish within a single, user-friendly and powerful solution. ASSIMILATE has been an innovator in digital cinema since its inception nearly 10 years ago and has been an ongoing, critical partner with another industry groundbreaker, RED.
Are you an independent feature film-maker who needs a comprehensive, end-to-end post-production DI workflow with uncompromising quality? Or are you a artist who needs a dailies, conform and color-grading tool ideal for the unique requirements of episodic and spot television production? SCRATCH is so flexible and comprehensive it's actually been called a post house in a box. And ASSIMILATE was the first DI partner to natively support RED, so it’s no surprise that SCRATCH is the most mature, reliable tool you can buy for digital workflows. Period. Click to learn more based on your industry: Features or Television.
ASSIMILATE Inc. is focused on driving creative, process and production innovations and improvements into the digital cinema workflow. At the same time ASSIMILATE is dedicated to serving its customers with the same do whatever it takes attitude that has made it a trusted cinema industry partner for nearly 10 years. This combination of drive, innovation and service is the foundation for what we call Digital Ingenuity.
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