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As such it has been used on some of the biggest titles of 2009 and 2010, including District 9, Where the Wild Things Are, Terminator: Salvation, GI Joe, The Wolfman, Harry Potter 6, Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Surrogates, The A-Team, Alvin and the Chipmunks 2, The Final Destination and Alice in Wonderland.
Two versions of the software are available, cineSync and cineSync Pro. New on show at IBC are versions 1.3.1 of cineSync and 2.1.1 of cineSync Pro, which add an eraser tool, Windows 7 and Snow Leopard support, and an entirely new Playlist Viewer which supports drag and drop functionality and thumbnail generation for each clip. Crucially, cineSync Pro 2.1.1 also has support for Cineon, DPX and EXR frames and integrated Aspera file transfers.
“Aspera is a provider of high speed file transfer technology based out of San Francisco and has taken the world by storm with its excellent file transfer tools,” explains cineSync Product Manager, Rory McGregor. “We’ve been one of the first companies to really integrate Aspera at a deep level in our software so that it acts as the file transfer engine underneath our own UI.”
Visitors to the Aspera stand can see cineSync in action and see exactly why the likes of ILM, Digital Domain, Ubisoft and Disney Motion Pictures amongst others have all purchased cineSync in recent months.
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