Warner Bros. and The Lasergraphics D10K 65mm/70mm
Warner Bros. Motion Picture Imaging
Warner Bros. is proud to be the exclusive owner of the world's first 65mm/70mm film scanner with 3-flash Color HDR: The Lasergraphics D10K. This new motion picture scanning technology has a faster frame rate, is perfectly stable and far less noisy, and generates perf-to-perf overscans with superior image quality and higher dynamic range. Our team is excited to be using the D10K scanner on restoration projects and our newest productions.
The Most Efficient, Complete Film-to-Digital Workflow. Period.
Lasergraphics motion picture film scanners are widely recognized as the best in the world, with up to 10K resolution, Color HDR, and patented warped-film gates for 35mm, 16mm and 8mm!
From super-affordable spinning disk-based, scalable NAS and SAN arrays to store your scanned data, to ultra-high performance flash arrays to meet your most demanding storage requirements, we have you covered!
Revolutionary, new automated digital film restoration with results that you’ll swear border on mystical Voodoo. An amazing-but-true “One-Click” solution to restoration with an epic, nearly instantaneous outcome.
Scanning and storing your film assets is useless without an intuitive, secure means of keeping track of it all. Introducing Covalent Production and Media Asset Management solutions — problem solved.
The Galileo Digital Advantage
Galileo Digital is the exclusive, global distributor for all Lasergraphics motion picture film scanners and xStor FilmSAN™/FilmNAS™ performance digital storage.
We are experts par excellence when it comes to providing complete film digitization workflows. Let the experts show you how to properly scan, store, archive and manage all of your perishable film assets.
Galileo is the recognized global leader in seamless, end-to-end, film-to-digital workflow, archive and media asset management solutions. We are also proud to be the exclusive master distributor for xStor FilmSAN™ and FilmNAS™ performance digital media storage vaults, designed specifically for the film digitization and archive world.
Headquartered in Irvine, California, and founded in 2007 by Steve Klenk, the former Vice President for Business Development at Lasergraphics, Steve’s vision was to engage a handful of the preeminent systems integrators, leverage their human and technological resources, and provide cost effective “end-to-end” film digitization, post production, data storage, archive and asset management systems planning and integration services to motion picture, broadcast, and education clients worldwide.