Don Parker, senior director for Shotgun at Autodesk, discusses what the acquisition by Autodesk means for Shotgun and how Shotgun is solving operational problems within the production process.
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Autodesk and Shotgun Software play a supporting role in the creation of some of the year’s most lauded films and TV series.
From submission to entry vetting and voting, production tracking, review, and asset management software Shotgun is the center of awards tracking and management process.
Created by SPIRIT Animation CCO Fernando Macedo and produced by SPIRIT Animation, ‘KARL’ airs throughout Latin America as well as select markets in Africa and Europe.
EA Germany, Omstudios, Milk VFX, Framestore and MPC recognized for toolset development and pipeline advancement.
Shotgun 6.3 includes a new set of features and updates that will make it easier for teams to review, share and provide feedback on creative projects.
Shotgun RV custom shader developed by The Mill enables filmmakers to review scenes for 360-degree and virtual reality projects.
The animation arm of the NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center uses Shotgun Software to simplify remote project review processes with NASA scientists.
Vancouver-based VanCG meetup group taps Shotgun production management and review software for its latest open-movie live-action/CG project, ‘Galactic Battles.’
Don Parker, senior director on Autodesk’s Shotgun team, talks about the software’s use on 300: Rise of an Empire as well as how integrating production technologies impacts a studio’s ability to manage movie production as part of AWN’s series of exclusive video interviews from FMX 2014.
Company’s Los Angeles, London and Montreal studios collaborate on previs and virtual camera workflows.
Unmatched toolset for VFX/Games/Animation tracking and review brings world-class production pipelines to studios of all sizes.
Shotgun’s production management, review and tracking tools enable small team of VFX artists to complete the stop-motion film’s 300 shots in just over three months.
Autodesk and Shotgun Software are CG tools of choice for all 5 Best VFX and 7 Best Picture Academy Award nominees.
Autodesk acquires Tweak’s image and sequence playback tool RV; Tweak and Shotgun teams to work together to advance review and collaboration technology.
New update dramatically extends workflow flexibility and adds zoom and pan of images and movies in review toolset.
Shotgun Software holds the first-ever Pipeline Awards to honor excellence in pipeline tool development, integration, engineering and usage at the Shotgun User Group meeting held during SIGGRAPH 2014 in Vancouver.
New review and pipeline tools geared for artists and supervisors help creative companies work faster and more efficiently.
Rising VFX studio establishes pipeline around Shotgun for production tracking, review, and asset management.
Shotgun Software gears up for a lively week of events, education, new releases and more at SIGGRAPH 2014 in Vancouver.