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B lackmagic Design have announced that DaVinci Resolve was Company
3’s tool of choice for color grading major summer blockbusters this year,
including The Lone Ranger and Man of Steel (graded by Stefan Sonnenfeld),
The Hangover Part III (graded by Siggy Ferstl) and World War Z (graded by
Adam Glasman). Company 3, a Deluxe Creative Services company with
facilities throughout the globe, uses DaVinci Resolve for all its color grading
work. DaVinci Resolve is the standard for high end post production workflows and
color grading in film, television programs and global commercial campaigns.
“Resolve helps Company 3 deliver the excellent results we’re known for,”
said Stefan Sonnenfeld, Company 3’s President and Founder. “Blackmagic
Design continues to improve DaVinci Resolve and that provides the basis
for us to offer our clients the very best in terms of color tools and workflow
Sound Forge Pro 11 and SpectraLayers Pro 2 launches
S ony Creative Software, a leading global provider of professional editing and authoring
solutions, have released new upgrades for two of their award-winning software
applications, Sound Forge Pro 11 [WIN] and SpectraLayers Pro 2 [WIN/MAC]. Sound
Forge Pro is the application of choice for a generation of editors, comprising a solid
platform with an array of options that have enjoyed a continuous evolution since the
birth of audio recording on the PC. The new edition introduces more efficient recording
and processing workflows and new signal and effects processing plug-ins for crafting
broadcast-ready audio masters. Upgrading the revolutionary editing application,
SpectraLayers Pro 2 stands at the forefront of the audio spectrum editing movement.
Working with audio in the spectral realm is now even quicker and easier, with a
faster processing engine and a host of new tools, methodologies and user interface
Global coverage for
100 th Tour de France
A s Chris Froome rode under a glowing Arc de Triomphe to win the 100th
Tour de France, GlobeCast marked its 17th straight year providing global
broadcast services for cycling’s marquee event. GlobeCast’s coverage included
on-site production and live HD satellite transmissions for the duration of the Tour
de France, held June 29-July 21.
This year, GlobeCast collaborated with Euromedia France to aggregate signals
from two helicopters, five motorcycles, and several satellite newsgathering
vehicles - covering all stages of the race - into a single broadcast stream that
was delivered via satellite to several broadcast customers.
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