July 28-Aug 1, 2019 — Visit us at SIGGRAPH 2019

SIGGRAPH 2019
Los Angeles, CA
July 28 – Aug 1

Join us at SIGGRAPH and find out how EVO can help your team with your next VFX project.

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Time & Date

July 28 – Aug 1

Location

Los Angeles Convention Center, LA

What We’re Showcasing

Workflow Harmony

It’s now easier than ever to incorporate your DPX and OpenEXR workflows into a shared environment, alongside motion graphics and edit suites running Premiere Pro, Avid, or FCP X.

Shared Storage for DPX and OpenEXR

Get hands-on with EVO DPX, our highest performance EVO system yet.

Focus on Productivity

By enabling real-time editing directly over the storage network, EVO eliminates the need for standalone RAIDs or individual drives for multiple workstations. This, in turn, eliminates the need to endlessly shuffle huge files. Editors, colorists, and other artists spend less time waiting and more time getting things done.


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