The wait is finally over. Just 6 years since the release of the last Mac Pro, lovingly dubbed “The Trashcan,” Apple has announced a brand new Mac Pro that harkens back to the original 2006 version. The new Mac Pro pays fromage to the cheese-grater design of its predecessor, but there’s nothing cheesy under the hood. In fact, the Mac Pro announced at WWDC marks a significant turning point in Apple’s quest to win back the post-production and VFX professionals.
The NAB floor opens in just a few days, and with over 1,700 companies exhibiting and over 100,000 attendees, there’s a lot to see. Thankfully, this year, you’ll have more chances than ever to see EVO Shared Storage on the NAB floor.
SNS EVO and ShareBrowser get new features to help teams take full advantage of DaVinci Resolve Studio 15’s collaboration and media management features. Studio Network Solutions (SNS), a leading manufacturer of shared storage hardware and software designed to help video teams store, share, and organize media, today announced new integrations for DaVinci Resolve Studio 15
Introducing EVO DPXPurpose-built shared storage for demanding grading, compositing, and finishing workflows.GET A DEMO Using DPX and OpenEXR with shared storage used to mean huge investments, workflow directors, and exotic file systems.Not anymore. Qualified for 16-bit 4K DPX EVO DPX supports 16-bit 4K (4096 x 2160)
Montage is one of Dubai’s premier post-production facilities. Offering a vast repertoire of post services from sound design and composition to VFX, motion graphics, editing, and color grading. They provide these services to some of the largest advertising, film, and television companies in the region. As the industry continues to push towards higher and higher resolutions, many post-production studios are finding the backend technology that keeps their shops running is becoming strained.
Choosing the right solution to enhance their Avid based workflow and fit their budget was a task not taken lightly by ZigZag Post. The decision paid off as SNS EVO expanded their production capabilities right out of the box, allowing editors to focus on their creativity.
Gorilla required heavy editing, VFX work, and a fast turnaround time. The production team of six editors, three VFX artists, one Colorist and a Composer needed to easily access project files. With EVO's video project and sharing abilities, the team was able to access their files simultaneously.