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  • Petabyte is the new Terabyte

    Petabyte is the new Terabyte

    April 28, 2012, 11:17 am
    Peter Jackson's the Hobbit is being shot at 48 frames per second (fps), six days a week, using 5K Red cameras shooting in 3D. Total content generated each day is between 6-12TB. James Cameron's Avatar follow-up movie is being shot in 3D at 60fps.

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    • Maxon announces senior leadership appointments
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      Maxon announces senior leadership appointments

      October 15, 2018, 9:36 am
      FRIEDRICHSDORF, GERMANY — Maxon (www.maxon.net), the developer of professional 3D modeling, animation, and rendering solutions, has announced a number of leadership appointments. The executive leadership team changes, effective immediately, reflect the strategic goals of David McGavran, chief executive officer, for the future of Maxon and its acclaimed 3D software application, Cinema 4D.

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    • Adobe releases Premiere Rush CC app
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      Adobe releases Premiere Rush CC app

      October 15, 2018, 9:36 am
      SAN JOSE, CA — Adobe has released Project Rush, its new video app that the company previewed earlier this summer. Now called Premiere Rush CC, the tool is available for immediate download.

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    • Deluxe debuts Stage One color grading theater
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      Deluxe debuts Stage One color grading theater

      October 12, 2018, 12:19 pm
      LOS ANGELES — Deluxe (www.bydeluxe.com) has debuted its new color grading environment — Stage One — an expansive theater featuring one of the world’s largest RealD Ultimate Screens. Located in Deluxe Audio Seward at Hollywood’s historic Glen Glenn Sound building, the 4,000-square-foot space features plush seating, high-quality black levels, RealD and Stewart screens, Barco projectors, and advanced audio, among other amenities.

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    • AES to recognize Neumann for 90 years of service
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      AES to recognize Neumann for 90 years of service

      October 10, 2018, 9:02 am
      NEW YORK CITY — At the Audio Engineering Society’s 145th International Convention, Neumann will be presented with a “Service to Industry” award to mark the company’s 90th anniversary. The company is being recognized for its long history in the development of microphones for studio and live performance, and for its advancement of microphone technology. 

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    • Colorist Jeremy Sawyer joins Company 3
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      Colorist Jeremy Sawyer joins Company 3

      October 10, 2018, 9:01 am
      SANTA MONICA, CA — Company 3 had added Jeremy Sawyer (Hulu's The First, Showtime’s  I’m Dying up Here) to its roster of colorists to accommodate the studio’s rapidly expanding slate of TV projects. Company 3 has more than 20 television series currently undergoing post at the facility, including  Lost in Space(Netflix),  Insecure (HBO) and  Jack Ryan (Amazon).

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    • Caroline Garrett named head of VFX at Cinesite
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      Caroline Garrett named head of VFX at Cinesite

      October 8, 2018, 12:17 pm
      LONDON — Cinesite (www.cinesite.com) has named Caroline Garrett head of its London VFX studio. The accomplished production executive takes the helm to usher in a new phase of leadership and oversee day-to-day operations at the independent visual effects facility.  

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    • Assistant Editors' Bootcamp to present October We
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      Assistant Editors' Bootcamp to present October We

      October 5, 2018, 6:13 am
      BURBANK, CA — Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp (www.assistbootcamp.com) will host a Webinar and in-person training session on Saturday, October 20th, titled ”Assistant Editing for Scripted Television.” The program is designed to teach beginner to intermediate assistant editors about scripted television workflows, including paperwork, dailies, temp sound and music, and basic VFX editing. The all-day class will be presented by working assistant editor, Emily Streetz and will cost $300 for t...

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    • MPC NY announces executive appointments
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      MPC NY announces executive appointments

      October 3, 2018, 9:29 am
      NEW YORK CITY — MPC, the Academy Award-winning visual effects and creative studio known for its work in advertising and feature films, has announced that Camila De Biaggi will take on the senior executive producer role at MPC NY and Angela Lupo will join as managing director. 

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    • SourceAudio announces new DIY YouTube whitelisting
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      SourceAudio announces new DIY YouTube whitelisting

      September 27, 2018, 10:40 am
      LOS ANGELES — Timed to coincide with the Production Music Conference taking place in Hollywood this month, SourceAudio (www.sourceaudio.com) has announced the launch of a new DIY YouTube Whitelisting Capability for e-commerce enabled SourceAudio sites. 

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    • Visual Effects Society names 2018 VES Fellows
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      Visual Effects Society names 2018 VES Fellows

      September 27, 2018, 6:28 am
      LOS ANGELES — The Visual Effects Society (www.visualeffectssociety.com) has announced the 2018 class of VES Fellows. The Fellows distinction, bestowed by the VES Board of Directors, signifies that the individual has maintained an outstanding reputation and has made exceptional achievements and sustained contributions to the art, science or business of visual effects. They have also enabled members’ careers and promoted community worldwide.    

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