FilmLight Daylight 5.2.11676 macOS | 328 MB
Daylight is designed as a compact yet powerful grading decision tool to help DoPs and directors establish looks and visualise what they have shot, on set or on location, as well as meeting all of the sophisticated deliverables requirements-in one application.
Daylight makes use of over 10 years of accumulated Baselight development to provide comprehensive support for all camera and deliverable formats-including audio and retiming capability. Support for sophisticated rescaling, filtering, masking and burn-in operations, alongside Truelight Colour Spaces for accurate colour transforms, means that all of your deliverable requirements can be met by one application.
Comprehensive codec support
Baselight is well regarded for supporting all common RAW camera formats and delivery codecs natively as soon as they are released. This is carried across to Daylight, along with user-defined formats and a sophisticated format mapping system that allows resolution, aspect ratio, frame rate and colour space to be freely mixed within a project.
Audio sync & playback
Audio can easily be synced with your camera footage-either automatically using timecode, or semi-automatically using a clap-detector, which pinpoints the exact time in the audio file that the clapper closes. Sound files that span multiple camera takes are easily handled and waveforms help you to manually adjust sound sync on a per-shot basis.
The fastest renderer never runs
Working with Baselight or Baselight Editions in post?
Of course, the sophistication of the Daylight render queue is welcome when you have to deliver graded files; however, the fastest renderer is the one that never runs. Instead of images, it delivers grading metadata. If you are working with a post-production facility equipped with Baselight or Baselight Editions, the full grade from Daylight can be encapsulated in a completely portable, cross-platform BLG file. No amount of additional GPUs or CPUs can be as fast or as flexible as this workflow.
Professional panel support
Daylight supports for Tangent Wave and Element panels, as well as Avid Artist Color and Transport devices. However, just because you're grading dailies and don't have the space, it doesn't mean you can't have a purpose-designed control surface. Our Slate panel is an ideal size for the near-set environment.
Render Queue with multiple deliverables
No need to wait for Daylight to finish rendering before you can start the next operation. You can easily pause, re-order and resubmit tasks to the Render Queue enabling you to work more efficiently. You can even optimise the process by producing several deliverables simultaneously from the one scene; for example, producing QuickTime movies at the same time as rendered DPX files.
- Supported on macOS 10.10-10.13
- MacBook Pro or Mac Pro
- 1GB GPU memory
- 8GB RAM
- 2013 Mac Pro
- 2GB GPU memory
- 16GB RAM
- External high-performance disk system
- AJA video monitoring