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DIGITAL JUNGLE LAUNCHES MUSIC VIDEO DIVISION

August 25, 2010
DIGITAL JUNGLE LAUNCHES MUSIC VIDEO DIVISION Both the Aaron Fresh and School Gyrls videos were brought to the studio through Nick Canon's NCredible Entertainment.

Digital Jungle is a 25,000 square foot facility that offers stereoscopic 3D and 4K DI services, VFX for feature films, image enhancement and restoration, telecine, color correction, editorial, audio, DVD authoring and more. Color grading for DJMV will take place in the studio’s screening room, which is powered by a Quantel Pablo and features a Barco 2K digital projector and a 21’x8’ screen.  Head colorist John Scheer handles the coloring process.

"We have created DJMV to provide workflow and client servicing specifically for the music video industry," says Digital Jungle president Dennis Ho. “We've found through extensive experience how different the needs are between music videos versus film or TV projects. In music videos, the color grading is a central key to holding the audience attention captive. The color provides emotional subtext that sets the mood for the entire piece. With film and TV projects, color is more supplemental to the narrative."