cineSync sounds right for Audio Post
Monday, 02 June 2008
Bob Pomann, owner/creative director of NYC’S Pomann Sound, shares his techniques and tools of his latest animated project, Turok. The film’s production was located in LA while Pomann worked in New York. The team relied on technology to get the job done, working under the studio-without-walls theory. One such technology was cineSync from Rising Sun Research. cineSync is a remote reviewing tool that allows multiple users to review visual media on their computers simultaneously, anywhere in the world.
“It is a system that allows up to 10 different people to watch a video at the same time,” explains Pomann. “We all had the same QuickTime on our desktops and anyone could hit play or stop and we all could see it. So, we could have a meeting about the show and we did not have to be in the same place. It’s like a spotting session that takes place in 10 different places at once. If that didn’t exist, then I probably would not have been able to work on this job.”
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