London design, animation studio Golden Wolf sets up shop in NYC

Animation studio Golden Wolf, headquartered in London, has launched its first stateside location in New York City. The expansion comes on the heels of an alliance with animation/VFX/live-action studio Psyop, a minority investor in the company. Golden Wolf now occupies studio space in SoHo adjacent to Psyop and its sister company Blacklist, Continue reading

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AJA Introduces Kona 5 with 12G-SDI I/O

At IBC 2018, AJA debuted Kona 5, a new eight-lane PCIe 3.0 video and audio I/O card supporting 12G-SDI I/O and HDMI 2.0 monitoring/output for workstations or Thunderbolt 3-connected chassis. Kona 5 supports 4K/UltraHD and HD high frame rate, deep color and HDR workflows over one cable. For developers, AJA’s SDK offers support for Kona 5 multi-channel 12G-SDI I/O, Continue reading

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Xytech intros mobile UI, REST APIs for MediaPulse at IBC

Xytech, maker of the MediaPulse facility management software, has introduced a new user interface that extends MediaPulse to a wider range of users and expands support for multiple devices.

The new MediaPulse UI provides custom screens tailored to the needs of operations staff, producers, facility managers, field crews and freelancers. Continue reading

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Adobe updates Creative Cloud

By Brady Betzel

You know it’s almost fall when when pumpkin spice lattes are  back and Adobe announces its annual updates. At this year’s IBC, Adobe had a variety of updates to its Creative Cloud line of apps. From more info on their new editing platform Project Rush to the addition of Characterizer to Character Animator — there are a lot of updates so I’m going to focus on a select few that I think really stand out. Continue reading

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The Little Stranger director Lenny Abrahamson

By Iain Blair

Lenny Abrahamson, the Irish director who helmed the cult indies Frank, Garage, What Richard Did and Adam & Paul, burst onto the international scene in 2015 with the harrowing drama Room. The claustrophobic tale — of a woman and her young son kept prisoner in a 10×10-foot garden shed — picked up four Oscar nominations in the categories of Best Picture, Continue reading

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IBC 2018: Convergence and deep learning

By David Cox

In the 20 years I’ve been traveling to IBC, I’ve tried to seek out new technology, work practices and trends that could benefit my clients and help them be more competitive. One thing that is perennially exciting about this industry is the rapid pace of change. Certainly, from a post production point of view, Continue reading

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Montreal’s Real by Fake acquires LA’s Local Hero

Montréal-based post company Real by Fake has acquired Santa Monica’s Local Hero, whose credits include Mr. Robot, Captain Fantastic and Pitch Perfect. The acquisition creates an international post production and VFX entity that gives Real By Fake (C.R.A.Z.Y., Café de Flore, Dallas Buyers Club, Continue reading

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Reallusion intros three tools for mocap, characters

Reallusion has launched three new motion capture and character-creation products: Character Creator 3, a stand-alone character creation tool; Motion Live, a realtime motion capture solution; and 3D Face Motion Capture with Live Face for iPhone X. With these products Reallusion is offering a total solution to build, morph, animate and gamify 3D characters. Continue reading

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Our Virtual Production Roundtable

By Randi Altman

Evolve or die. That old adage, while very dramatic, fits well with the state of our current production workflows. While most productions are now shot digitally, the warmth of film is still in the back of pros’ minds. Camera makers and directors of photography often look for ways to retain that warmth in digital. Continue reading

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