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EPS-Cineworks Selects MTI Film’s Cortex::Control Dailies


MTI Film announced that EPS-Cineworks a supplier of postproduction services, editorial systems and related technology to feature and television productions is licensing its on-set/near-set dailies system, Cortex::Control Dailies for its new fleet of Digital Cinema Dailies systems (DCD).

EPS-Cineworks conducted a thorough review of file-based dailies processing products and determined that Cortex::Control Dailies offered the broadest toolset and workflow. “In terms of color management and editorial toolset, Cortex was clearly superior,” said Vincent Hogan, Cineworks CEO. “Its ability to transcode in the background made it stand out, when time is of the essence.”

Cortex::Control Dailies provides a new revenue stream for EPS-Cineworks by enabling it to offer dailies processing in tandem with its core editorial services.

During its evaluation process, EPS-Cineworks employed Cortex::Control Dailies to process dailies for an ABC pilot. “It was a seamless and flawless process that delivered dailies on-time every day, with full color-correction, metadata and multiple deliverables,” Hogan said. “The software isn’t just efficient, it’s also intuitive. We put one dailies technician on the show and he was up and running in no time.”

Cortex::Control Dailies is a complete dailies system, featuring tools for on-set playback, color correction, audio/picture synchronization, metadata management and transcoding. The system supports all popular camera formats and provides an intuitive, streamlined workflow for the production of dailies editorial and screening media.

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