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Tip #1127: Re:Vision Effects Wins an Emmy
Re:Vision joins six other companies winning an Engineering Emmy.
Re:Vision Effects won a Engineering Emmy for exceptional engineering development which will be announced at the Oct. 29 Emmy Awards ceremony.
According to the announcement from the Academy:
Engineering Emmys are presented to an individual, company or organization for developments in engineering that are either so extensive an improvement on existing methods or so innovative in nature that they materially affect the production, recording, transmission or reception of television. This year the Academy is recognizing nine companies and five individuals with the prestigious award.
Re:Vision Effects was honored for all of their products, however, the Academy specifically mentioned:
RE:Vision Effects introduced the industry to optical flow-based postproduction video tools via the products Twixtor®, ReelSmart Motion Blur®, RE:Flex® and others. In addition, RE:Vision Effects supplies these technologies as plug-ins to a wide range of host applications and interfaces that are already familiar to the user.
Joining Re:Vision Effects for Engineering Awards this year are:
- Apple – for the ProRes family of codecs
- Codex – for high-speed data migration of RAW content
- Dan Dugan – for gain sharing automatic microphone mixing
- Epic Games – for the Unreal Engine
- Sound Radix – for Auto-Align Post for audio phase/time corrections
- Bill Spitzak, Jonathan Egstad, Peter Crossley and Jerry Huxtable – for Nuke.
Here’s the press release from Re:Vision Effects.