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Visual effects and post-production company’s new Vancouver facility installs powerful Baselight TWO grading and finishing suite.
Post house ArsenalFX Color, sister company to ArsenalFX, provides post production services, ranging from dailies through delivery, for ABC hit series Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
London-based visual effects company MPC announces the opening of a new studio in Amsterdam, specializing in high-end VFX, motion graphics and color grading for the Dutch market.
Visual effects studio MPC makes more big moves in the US with the signing of industry pioneer Adrian Seery and promotion of Ed Koenig.
MPC is pleased to announce the promotion of senior colorist Mark Gethin to US Creative Director of Color Grading.
MPC has signed award-winning colorist Paul Harrison to their team. Complimenting the talents of Jean-Clement Soret, Mark Gethin, George K and Kenny Gibb, Harrison joins as Senior Colorist. The team sheet includes some of the most highly respected international colorists and is lead by Jean-Clement Soret who graded Danny Boyle's multiple Oscar-winning SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE.
At IBC2008, da Vinci unveiled a new version of the Resolve R-series digital enhancement suite designed expressly to meet the challenges of stereoscopic 3-D processing. Based on da Vinci's innovative C.O.R.E. processing technology, the Resolve R-3D enables colorists to exercise maximum creativity while performing in-context grading for the next-generation visual experience.
London-based post house Rushes has invested in its telecine capabilities with the acquisition of a da Vinci Systems Resolve R250 digital mastering suite with Impresario control interface for grading and DI finishing.
Rushes' team of colourists, lead by Adrian Seery have the power to control color with the Resolve system, which brings a whole new set of grading and post production tools to the grading work flow. This means increased speed of production and greater flexibility throughout the grading process.
Autodesk, Inc. has announced the Autodesk Lustre 2009 digital color grading system and Autodesk Incinerator 2009, the real-time system accelerator for Lustre. The Lustre system has helped shape the look of hundreds of films and TV series, including: INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL, THE INCREDIBLE HULK, IRON MAN, CASUALTY, PLANET EARTH and GALAPAGOS. Lustre 2009 will be showcased at Autodesk booth #7-D21 during the International Broadcasters Convention 2008 in Amsterdam's RAI Convention Center, September 12-16.
Iridas has released SpeedGrade DI 2007. The high-end color grading and film finishing application offers a long list of new features and enhancements including the optional DualStream stereoscopic module for true 3-D color grading, and realtime RAW for playback and grading of unrendered RAW footage. Iridas will present SpeedGrade DI 2007 at the Ciprico booth (7.907) at IBC (Sept. 7-11) in Amsterdam. SpeedGrade DI 2007 is immediately available from Iridas or through its reseller network.
Autodesk is participating in the 2006 International Broadcasters Convention (IBC) being held in Amsterdam from Sept. 8-12. Autodesk will publicly debut new releases of its visual effects, color grading and editing/finishing systems, and showcase the recently announced versions of its 3D animation, modeling and rendering products.
Autodesk Inc. has launched the Autodesk Lustre 2007 digital color grading solution. Lustre has shaped hundreds of films, including KING KONG, CLERKS II and the upcoming films MACBETH and THE BLACK DAHLIA. There is also growing demand for specialized digital grading tools such as Lustre in the TV industry and for films shot in high definition (HD). With Lustre, colorists can deliver stylized looks, maintain continuity across shots and change the time of day during which a story takes place.
Autodesk Inc. launched Autodesk Lustre HD, a new digital color grading system designed for working on high-definition television (HDTV) commercials and programming, as well as HDTV film projects. Lustre HD is the latest addition to the Autodesk Lustre family of nonlinear digital color grading products, which have been used to grade Academy Award-winning films such as THE LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy and KING KONG.
Andy Stout gets the lowdown from users on why Iridas new SpeedGrade DI offers the future direction of how we will do this business.
Discreet announced that Ultimate (Ultimate Video Int.), The Netherlands, has installed high-performance digital color correction and digital intermediate (DI) capabilities based on lustre, Discreet's award-winning, realtime color grading system.