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IBC 2012: DVS
IBC 2012: DVS
DVS's Tony Fox shows off Clipster, which has new 3D workflow tools.
IBC 2012: SGO
SGO's Miguel Angel Doncel highlights some of the latest features in the company's Mistika post production system.
IBC 2012: Nvidia
Nvidia's Greg Estes highlights the new Kepler-class Quadro K5000 for the Mac.
IBC 2012: T-Vips
T-Vips' Janne Morstol talks about the company's recent merger, which will be completed by end of the year.
IBC 2012: Adobe
Adobe's Steve Forde discusses some of the benefits that users will find in the latest version of After Effects.
IBC 2012: ScheduAll
ScheduAll's CEO Joel Ledlow shows a prototype of the company's UX, an interface that works on touchscreen or handheld devices, as well as on the deskt ...
The Rise of Metadata, Global Namespaces and Orchestrated Workflows
Contemporary content production and visual effects are equal parts art and process. Without art, the product would be boring. Without process, there would be no product. As the complexity underpinning high-fidelity content production increases (number of assets, number of people), and as we bring together talented people from around the globe to work together, then making the process efficient, lightweight and reliable will ensure the art is the predominant artefact. Metadata, global namespaces and orchestrated workflows are the three key enablers to make the process seamless.