SAN FRANCISCO — MovieLabs (www.movielabs.com), the technology joint venture of the major Hollywood motion picture studios, has released a new white paper in the 2030 Vision Series. "Interoperability in Media Creation" provides a vision for the future of media production workflows as software and cloud infrastructure play a larger role in supporting creative work.
The white paper provides the technical underpinnings for new ways creative teams can work by making it easier to assemble, manage, change and secure their workflows. Motion Picture Laboratories, Inc. (MovieLabs) is a non-profit technology research lab jointly run by Paramount Pictures Corporation, Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., Universal Pictures, Walt Disney Pictures and Television, and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. The new white paper focuses on interoperability and how it is a critical enabler for the 2030 Vision, emphasizing its increasingly-pivotal role in shaping media production. Implementation of the interoperability principles in the paper can enable production teams to seamlessly integrate diverse software tools, services, and infrastructure. By achieving robust interoperability, studios and production teams can select and integrate the tools, vendors and infrastructure that best align with each production’s needs, reducing the need for custom engineering and integration efforts.