cineSync me up, Scotty!
Tuesday, 01 December 2009
In conjunction with the DVD release of JJ Abrams' Star Trek, FX Guide have released an interview Digital Domain and Svengali FX (both cineSync customers) about their work on the film. Because the project was split between ILM in San Francisco and several other vendors in LA and San Francisco, cineSync was used to keep everyone in the loop at all times.
From FX Guide:
"Roger Guyett, the overall VFX Supervisor, was down in LA quite a bit working with us and other facilities. He would come in and be part of our normal walkthroughs and shot reviews. And then we'd use cineSync when he wasn't available. Generally, we'd show our stuff to Roger, we'd package that up and he'd take things over to the studio to JJ and we'd get feedback from editorial."
To read the rest of the article, you can check it out at FX Guide.