The Hollywood quality control company My Eye Media has installed the Archimedia Atlas 4K/UHD professional media player for QC of theatrical releases and TV material created by the major studios.
Assimilate has released Scratch v8.2 and Scratch Lab v8.2.
Archimedia Technology’s chief marketing officer Josef Marc will participate in a session at Storage Visions 2015.
Pro-Tek, a division of LAC Group and formerly a subsidiary of Eastman Kodak, is the new Los Angeles warehouse and distribution hub for Kodak's motion picture film.
Content services company Motion Picture Solutions has appointed technical services company ZweiB as its Territory Partner in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Caryn Mandabach Productions and Tiger Aspect Productions used Aframe's cloud video production platform on the hit gangster drama, Peaky Blinders.
For Reel FX of Dallas, Texas and Santa Monica, California, one tool has helped them manage 4.5 million render jobs in the most efficient way possible. Now in its 11th year of use, PipelineFX’s Qube! plays the guardian role for a production queue riding high on the success of Free Birds and the impending release of the new Guillermo Del Toro-produced feature with 20th Century Fox, The Book of Life.
When addressing the IBC Big Screen Experience, John Hurst, co-founder and CTO of CineCert, will issue a call to action to all digital cinema stakeholders to resolve delays in deployment of software upgrades on installed digital cinema systems globally. The Global D-Cinema Update Session is being held September 14.
The Rohde & Schwarz Clipster now supports AS-11 and can generate Interoperable Master Format packages up to 4K, in addition to the mezzanine format AS-02. The British Digital Production Partnership (DPP) initiative decided to implement AS-11 as the standard delivery format from October 2014. This format is of great interest to the U.S. market too as programs are often produced there for the British market and they need to meet the same delivery format requirements from October.
The Reel Thing (www.The-Reel-Thing.org), the 33rd technical symposium on film restoration and preservation will be held August 21-23 at the Linwood Dunn Theater at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study in Hollywood.