Assimilate has introduced Scratch Web, calling it the easiest and most ideal way for Scratch and Scratch artists to set up secure, cloud-based client review sessions, eliminating multiple review steps and creating significant time savings
Forbidden Technologies, developer of the cloud video platform Forscene, today announced an agreement with Rome- and Milan-based media-technology reseller 09 Technology.
Sixteen19, a boutique production and post services company which provides a digital dailies service to filmmakers, used Aframe’s cloud video production platform to expedite digital dailies delivery on two forthcoming feature films from Scott Rudin Productions: Rosewater, which is in theatres now and While We’re Young, scheduled for theatrical release later in 2014.
Forbidden Technologies has announced a partnership with Toronto post-production house Triangle Post. Triangle Post has incorporated Forbidden’s Forscene technology into its post-production services business, making it the first company in Canada to do so.
Colorfront will demonstrate advances in its Colorfront Cloud Services at the National Association of Broadcasters convention in Las Vegas in April.
Aspera president, CEO and co-founder Michelle Munson will present Motion Pictures in the Cloud – Economics, Security & Architecture to SMPTE’s Hollywood Section on January 28 at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, California.
Aframe’s cloud video production platform helped Timeline TV in Media City to expedite production for the second series of BBC Three’s zombie drama In the Flesh, the company announced. By streamlining the Avid-centric workflow and eliminating a time-consuming transcoding step, Aframe helped Timeline TV make rushes ready for the edit, and make viewing copies available to clients and executives in less than five hours, instead of the usual 35 hours.
Four years ago John DeBoer, chief operating officer of Toronto-headquartered SIM Digital sensed that the rental house business model needed to evolve.
Film director and cinematographer Patryk Kizny and LookyCreative assembled the 2010 short film The Chapel using motion controlled HDR time-lapse to achieve an interesting, hyper-real aesthetic.