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Director Olivier Gondry has once again joined the roster at production house Partizan. Gondry, known for his commercial and music video work, made his first major mark with his commercials for HP, featuring his brother Michel and Vera Wang. Since then, this Paris-based director has gone on to collaborate with brands such as Audi, Continue reading
Red Digital Cinema’s new Gemini 5K S35 sensor for its Red Epic-W camera leverages dual-sensitivity modes, allowing shooters to use standard mode for well-lit conditions or low-light mode for darker environments.
In low-light conditions, the Gemini 5K S35 sensor allows for cleaner imagery with less noise and better shadow detail. Continue reading
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Frame.io will be at NAB this year previewing its re-engineered workflow management tool, which will have a full release early this summer. This next generation of the company’s media review and collaboration software, the new Frame.io was redesigned with speed in mind.
The new offering will be up 100x faster with a new media browser that enables users to search through thousands of assets quickly. Continue reading
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Chaos Group has redesigned its V-Ray RT product. The new V-Ray GPU rendering architecture, according to the company, effectively doubles the speed of production rendering for film, broadcast and design artists. This represents a redesign of V-Ray’s kernel structure, ensuring a dual-blend of high-performance speed and accuracy.
Chaos Group has renamed V-Ray RT to V-Ray GPU, Continue reading
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Technicolor London has grown with the addition of colorist Jean-Clément Soret to its DI team. He will take on the role of supervising DI colorist, which is a new role in addition to his current duties at MPC as global creative director of color grading, where he will continue his contribution to advertising campaigns. Continue reading
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Supersphere, a VR/360° production studio, will be at NAB this year debuting 12G glass-to-glass flypacks optimized for live VR/360° streaming. These multi-geometry (mesh/rectilinear/equirectangular) flypacks can handle 360°, 180°, 4K or HD production and seamlessly mix and match each geometry. It also includes built-in VDN (video distribution network) encoding and delivery for live streaming to any platform or custom player. Continue reading
By David Jasse
As a veteran editor and video producer, I’ve held many different positions since I started in the industry — I’ve been the hired help and I’ve been the one doing the hiring. Looking back on these experiences has put me in a good position to share my wisdom. Continue reading
In order to support the thriving Georgia production community, post studio Light Iron has opened a new facility in Atlanta. The expansion is the fourth since Panavision acquired Light Iron in 2015, bringing Light Iron’s US locations to six total, including Los Angeles, New York, New Orleans, Albuquerque and Chicago. Continue reading
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If you like your Thursday night television served up with a little Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder, then you likely loved the recent crossover episodes that paired the two show’s leading ladies. VFX Legion, which has a brick and mortar office in LA but artists all over the world, Continue reading
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