Production studio employs an easily scalable cloud-based workflow, using tools like Maya, Cinema 4D, Arnold, Nuke, and Unreal Engine, built around a shared Amazon Web Services storage system on Amazon S3 connecting VFX and finishing artists at various locations.
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Cloud specialists help Toronto-based VFX studio adopt a scalable hybrid cloud-based infrastructure built on Amazon Web Services to tackle visual effects work on Apple TV+’s hit futuristic series.
Nimble Collective co-founder Rex Grignon and Kyle Roche, Head of Immersive Technology for Amazon Web Services, talk about their recently-launched cloud-based production service.
By year's end, technology giant will offer innovative hybrid computing options featuring enhanced remote services and solutions through integrated subscriptions of Teradici Cloud Access Software and ZCentral Remote Boost.
Technology includes remote and cloud access allowing artists to work anywhere; remote display protocol ensures assets are secure and industry compliant.
Deal will accelerate tech giant’s growth strategy focused on hybrid on-premise and cloud-based work pipelines.
New cloud-based pay as you go production service provides almost limitless, easily scalable access to high-power accelerated virtual workstations, high-speed storage, and on-demand rendering resources across Amazon’s global infrastructure.
Included in CAS enterprise subscriptions, update provides support for the increasing use of remote desktops and workstations; more concurrent sessions can now be deployed at a higher throughput.
Tangent Labs co-founder Jeff Bell shares how their platform integrates asset management, production and task management, review and collaboration, sketching, draw overs, and note taking to enable transparent, accessible, and innovative animation and VFX creativity.
High performance technology will include remote access to Cloud Access Software for Macs with PCoIP Ultra performance.
Having already turned to Amazon Web Services, the studio easily moved to full remote production in the cloud this March; company quickly scaled artistic and computing capacity without disruption to delivery schedule.
New feature optimizes network efficiency, overcoming bandwidth or latency constraints for employees working from home or other remote locations.
New production component tool allows teams to focus on creativity and storytelling by reducing the pain points in their pipeline.
VFX studio discusses its pre-pandemic move to a cloud-based pipeline, including establishment of best practices and standards, and how they will continue to invest in and expand their virtual, remote production efforts company-wide.
For AWS product manager Jay Maglione, the challenges of 2020 mean we must rethink creative studio norms and look to the cloud for the next workflow evolution.
Series will illustrate how creative studios, teams, and freelancers can leverage the cloud to enable remote setups, scale production pipelines, and empower artists.
Bafta-winning animation and VFX studio using Teradici Cloud Access Software and Microsoft Azure to enable safe, secure workflow for artists around the world that are joining the company.
Bicoastal boutique VFX studio turns to cloud-based resources that enable artists to continue working on high-end projects safely at home.
vGPU licenses now available at no cost for 90 days, allowing accelerated virtual infrastructure setup for working remotely.
System integrates virtual workstations, rendering and storage solutions that creative studios can quickly scale up or down with and pay for based only on usage.
Company veteran has held several senior executive positions prior to taking the helm, effective immediately.
The new Trusted Partner Network, MPAA Open Source software initiatives and ISV native cloud service offerings are all positively impacting cloud resource utilization.
For co-founder and chief scientist Simon Robinson, Roper Technologies’ company purchase better enables the patient, long-term management perspective needed to successfully innovate and support a rapidly changing digital content creation industry.
Flexible use of expanded array of encoders will enable faster, more interactive remote workstation experiences for users working with high-resolution content.