Adobe Acquires IRIDAS Technology

Adobe Systems announced that it has acquired IRIDAS Technologies, a ten-year old, privately held company in the digital color grading and enhancement space. With this acquisition, Adobe gains a comprehensive set of tools for video editors to manipulate color and light for any type of content, including professional film and television.


Jim Guerard  (vice president and general manager for professional video and audio, Creative and Media Solutions Business Unit, Adobe): The integration of IRIDAS’ leading color grading technology helps us continue to deliver high quality tools and redefines how professionals in the motion picture and video industry view, manipulate, enhance and produce their digital creations from script to screen.

Lin Sebastian Kayser  (chief executive officer, IRIDAS) Joining forces with Adobe provides us with an amazing opportunity to get our technology into more peoples’ hands.

You can read a copy of the press release here.

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