TigerTiger Post Upgrades Digital Intermediate Capabilities

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Tue, 12/09/2008 - 19:00 -- Nick Dager

Malaysian post-production facility TigerTiger Post has purchased a BrightDrive media recording system for a new commercials workflow. The system will provide a digital media-sharing infrastructure for TigerTiger Post’s range of digital intermediate applications. BrightDrive will have 30 TB of storage and will be connected to a Lasergraphics Director film scanner a da Vinci Resolve R250 color corrector an Autodesk Flame 2009 and Final Cut Pro editing systems. TigerTiger Post was established in October 2008 by Sunita Petrus and Al Isaac owners of Malaysia’s leading post house Superwonderful Films. Having already worked with high-profile agency projects and established a strong company image they wanted to offer a different approach to the SD-only telecine chains and tape-based processes traditionally used for commercials post in Malaysia. They launched TigerTiger Post inspired by what they saw at some of the leading post houses in Singapore and The Philippines that use data-centric workflows based on BrightDrive media recording systems. The objective was to benefit from the many cost and time efficiencies that can be achieved through data-centric processes and also to profit from new formats such as HD Red and P2. The company has already completed five commercials projects and is now scanning and color grading for several local feature films. “Using BrightDrive media recording as the heart of our data-centric workflow will give greater creative freedom with instant access to scanned or imported material from all the creative workstations ” says Petrus. “BrightDrive is easy to use reliable and will enable our operators to work together in a very flexible environment.” The Media Village www.mediav.com.sg Bright Systems www.4bright.com