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TELESTREAM'S GRAPHICSFACTORY AUTOMATES WORKFLOW
TELESTREAM'S GRAPHICSFACTORY AUTOMATES WORKFLOW
April 13, 2006 –  NEVADA CITY, CA – Telestream’s new GraphicsFactory software is designed to automate graphics assembly in file-based workflows. Its “build once, apply to many” model promises a faster, more efficient means to personalize media, add promos, brand and localize media for a variet ...
IRIDAS LAUNCHES FRAMECYCLER VENUESYSTEM
IRIDAS LAUNCHES FRAMECYCLER VENUESYSTEM
April 13, 2006 –  MUNICH, GERMANY – Iridas (www.iridas.com), a developer of uncompressed playback technologies, has released FrameCycler VenueSystem, an application that offers direct-from-disk playback of digital film content at unlimited resolutions.
DIMENSION 3 USING HD|LUST ON 3D FEATURES
DIMENSION 3 USING HD|LUST ON 3D FEATURES
April 12, 2006 –  WOODLAND HILLS, CA - Dimension 3 (www.d3.com), a provider of 3D technologies and services, is using Bluefish444's HD|Lust video card on several 3D projects. The company offers products and services for 3D glasses, 3DTV, 3D film, 3D art and 3D print media.
SCHEDUALL & KONAN DIGITAL FORM 'TAPELESS WORKFLOW' PARTNERSHIP
SCHEDUALL & KONAN DIGITAL FORM 'TAPELESS WORKFLOW' PARTNERSHIP
April 12, 2006 –  HOLLYWOOD, FL – ScheduAll, the developer of production and operations management software, has entered into a partnership with media asset management solution provider Konan Digital, to develop a tapeless workflow solution that combines ScheduAll’s workflow and schedule management streng ...
WHODOO EFX CREATING VISUAL EFFECTS FOR INDIE 'ANAMORPH'
WHODOO EFX CREATING VISUAL EFFECTS FOR INDIE 'ANAMORPH'
April 11, 2006 –  SANTA MONICA, CA – WhoDoo EFX has been signed to design, create and produce digital visual effects for the upcoming independent film Anamorph, starring Willem DaFoe and Scott Speedman. The studio is working in association with visual effects supervisor Richard Edlund on the project.
SSL EXPANDS INTO BROADCAST PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
SSL EXPANDS INTO BROADCAST PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
April 11, 2006 –  OXFORD, UK – Analog and digiTal console manufacturer Solid State Logic is expanding its business with products based on its new MediaWAN technology platform. The company will offer products encompassing all aspects of digital video acquisition and storage and will premiere its initial releases ...
72ANDSUNNY HELPS LAUNCH 'STAR TREK 2.0'
72ANDSUNNY HELPS LAUNCH 'STAR TREK 2.0'
April 10, 2006 –  LOS ANGELES - Advertising and design agency 72andSunny recently teamed up with G4 to launch and promote Star Trek 2.0, a new TV series that reinvents classic episodes. In addition to collaborating with G4 on the show’s concept, 72andSunny also conceived a stop-motion ad campaign to help promot ...
NOISE INDUSTRIES TO SHOW FACTORY TOOLS FOR AVID AVX
NOISE INDUSTRIES TO SHOW FACTORY TOOLS FOR AVID AVX
April 10, 2006 –  BOSTON - Noise Industries (www.noiseindustries.com), a developer of integrated effects technology, will showcase its Factory Tools visual effects package at NAB 2006. Factory Tools is a suite of software tools designed for creating, applying and sharing effects on the Avid AVX architecture on the Ma ...
ENVY SELECTS EYEON'S FUSION 5 AS MAIN COMPOSITOR
ENVY SELECTS EYEON'S FUSION 5 AS MAIN COMPOSITOR
April 6, 2006 –  LONDON – Envy Post, a visual effects facility in London’s Soho, has selected Eyeon’s Fusion 5 as their primary effects application. The HD-capable studio also has Discreet Smoke and Avid DS Nitris systems, as well as a Dolby configured audio suite.
CUT + RUN POSTS OZZY 'BUTTER' SPOTS
CUT + RUN POSTS OZZY 'BUTTER' SPOTS
April 6, 2006 –  LONDON – Steve Galdolfi of Cut + Run recently edited a new spot for I Can't Believe It's Not Butter starring the prince of darkness himself, Ozzy Osbourne. The :30 commercials pair Ozzy with an identical twin (Jon Culshaw) to reinforce how difficult it is to tell the difference between I Can&r ...

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