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Creative COW Magazine : HP Special Edition: New Dimensions in Productivity Issue
Creative COW Magazine Special Edition, "New Dimensions in Cross-Platform Power & Productivity with HP Workstations". Explore workflows for stereoscopic 3D moviemaking, episodic TV, color grading, large-scale motion graphics and more, with first-person success stories using HP workstations.
  • Russell Lasson relates how Color Mill, who specialize in color grading, 3D mastering and digital cinema package creation, relied on HP workstations to deliver 3D at 96fps acquired from RED EPICs - up to 4.5TB of files a day for Nitro Circus 3D.
  • Dylan Reeve and South Pacific Pictures post 250 episodes per year of New Zealand's #1 show, Shortland Street. Read about the workflow and equipment.
  • Terence Curren, president and founder of AlphaDogs Editorial - one of Burbank's premiere post houses, shares how adding HP workstations to a previously all-Mac shop has made better business sense.
  • Shane Hurlbut's pioneering digital cinematography has helped change the industry. He's now transforming his own workflow with HP DreamColor displays and the 17-in HP EliteBook Mobile Workstation.
  • BAFTA winning, EMMY nominated Bang Post Production talks BBC's "Sherlock", "Doctor Who" & 4K grading and finishing. Glenn Collict and Bang upgraded their Cardiff, Wales, suite to handle the demands of 4K postproduction.
  • Keen Live's Walter Soyka regularly works with files twice the size of EPIC's 4.5K. And how about a 120-foot video wall at 14,700 x 1200? That's why he needs all the power he can get.

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    Articles in this Issue

    What Computer Should I Buy?
    Jump!Jump!

    NitroCircus: The Movie's stylistic leap in 3D production used RED EPICs shooting 96 fps, for up to 4TB of files a day. They relied on HP workstations to deliver the film on time and on budget.

    Editorial, Feature, People / Interview   01/31/2013
    Author: Russell Lasson
    What Computer Should I Buy?
    No Time To Waste!No Time To Waste!

    Dylan Reeve, Post Supervisor & Finishing Editor for South Pacific Pictures pushes 250 episodes per year of New Zealand's #1 show, "Shortland Street" through the pipeline.

    Editorial, Feature, People / Interview   01/31/2013
    Author: Dylan Reeve
    What Computer Should I Buy?
    AlphaDogs Editorial: A Cross Platform HouseAlphaDogs Editorial: A Cross Platform House

    How adding HP workstations to a previously all-Mac shop has made better business sense for one of Burbank's premiere post houses.

    Editorial, Feature, People / Interview   01/31/2013
    Author: Terence Curren
    What Computer Should I Buy?
    HP: Shooting on the Cutting EdgeHP: Shooting on the Cutting Edge

    Shane Hurlbut's pioneering digital cinematography has helped change the industry. He's now transforming his own workflow with HP DreamColor displays and the 17-inch HP EliteBook Mobile Workstation.

    Editorial, Feature, People / Interview   01/31/2013
    Author: Shane Hurlbut
    What Computer Should I Buy?
    Solving the Mystery of Getting AheadSolving the Mystery of Getting Ahead

    With a BAFTA for audio in hand, Bang Post Production has a new game afoot for picture post in Wales.

    Editorial, Feature, People / Interview   01/31/2013
    Author: Glenn Collict
    Windows Hardware & Software
    Larger Than 4K: Larger Than Life!Larger Than 4K: Larger Than Life!

    Keen Live's Walter Soyka regularly works with files twice the size of EPIC's 4.5K - and how about a 120-foot video wall at 14,700 x 1200 - that's why he needs all the power he can get from his workstation.

    Editorial, Feature, People / Interview   01/31/2013
    Author: Walter Soyka


    Writers in this Issue


    Dylan ReeveGlenn CollictRussell LassonShane HurlbutTerence CurrenWalter Soyka


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