Independent visual effects company Milk has standardized on Shotgun for production management and tracking. Based in London, the boutique studio that recently celebrated its one-year anniversary focuses on delivering high end VFX for television and film.
London-based production company Studio Lambert is using Forbidden Technologies’ Forscene for the quick-turn production of Channel 4's Gogglebox. Part of all3media, which is the U.K.'s largest independent television, film, and digital production and distribution company, Studio Lambert uses Forscene to search and select clips from the rushes while editing is in progress on the observational documentary.
Autodesk has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Shotgun Software, a developer of scalable, cloud-based production tracking, review and asset management software for the film, television and games industries. Shotgun's tools for production management are used by some of the world's leading production studios and are tightly integrated with many of the most widely used tools in the industry including Autodesk 3ds Max and Autodesk Maya software. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Arts Alliance Media and Motion Picture Solutions are now offering a combination of the LANsat library management server and the Screenwriter Theatre Management System.
Full Circle Post NYC has added an Archion EditStor to give it a shared media storage system with transparent Avid project sharing.
Columbia Pictures’ The Amazing Spider Man 2 marks a groundbreaking collaboration between visual effects, sound and post-production teams from Sony Pictures Entertainment. The Academy Award-winning Sony Pictures Imageworks crafted over 1000 visual effects shots, Sony Pictures Post Production provided sound – its first project in in Dolby Atmos – and Colorworks performed film scanning, conforming and color grading all in 4K.
AMIA continues to add to an incomparable lineup of experts set to present at its acclaimed Digital Asset Symposium (DAS). DAS will be held on May 15 & 16 at the Linwood Dunn Theater in Hollywood, California.
The U.S. comedy series Anger Management from Debmar-Mercury Productions on FX Network has saved an estimated $2.25 million in post-production costs, while supporting the delivery of double the number of episodes typically produced over the same production period. The producers attribute the savings to Cinedeck RX technology
Finland’s Finnkino has announced that its cinemas are being equipped with software from Arts Alliance Media to manage and automate the entire circuit. The deal covers AAM’s enterprise Circuit Management System, Producer, which is designed to make running the chain from one central point simple and intuitive.
Doremi today announced numerous upgrade features to its software-mastering suite CineAsset, which incorporates all of Doremi’s essential workflow tools including CineExport and CinePlayer into one suite.