VFX studio Atomic Fiction has whisked audiences away to some of the most exciting worlds ever created, from Game of Thrones to Star Trek Into Darkness, Transformers: Age of Extinction, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
ADAM GARSTONE is on more familiar ground with the second part of his Resolve 12 review because it’s all about the grading, there’s not much new but what there is is worth the update.
ADAM GARSTONE reviews updates from a software vendor he thought he’d heard the last from as they were subsumed in to the Adobe pantheon. They make translation software between programs, but it works.
Technicolor announced today the acquisition of London-based The Mill, the world’s largest visual effects and content creation studio for the advertising industry, for €259 million on a debt-free basis.
fayIN is a new camera tracking plugin from German startup fayteq, which promises fast, accurate and easy to use match moving and compositing for Adobe After Effects users.
The virtual editing system of Forscene continues to tease editors with its promise of hardware-free editing using cloud-computing and a standard Internet connection.
ADAM GARSTONE manages to visit Ancient Rome, central London and the streets of New York without leaving Bulgaria. It's film making East European style!
Fifty Fifty, an independent post house in London, has installed Baselight PLUS, FilmLight’s complete grading solution.
Toronto’s Pixel Underground, a SIM Group company, has completed a major facility expansion that includes a cinema-style 4K grading theatre and 4K online finishing suite.
Cinesite and Image Engine today announced a merger of their two companies.
Brian Gannon, technical director of Strongbox Technology, is a self-confessed computer geek. At the age of eight when instead of the games console he wanted for Christmas he got his first computer he knew what he wanted to do.
VR tools are coming to V-Ray with the announcement of V-Ray 3.2 for 3ds Max.