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Quantel Appoints Annex Pro as Canadian Postproduction Systems Reseller

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Quantel announced that it has appointed Vancouver-based Annex Pro as the Canadian reseller of its Pablo Rio postproduction systems. Pablo Rio can handle everything demanded of a modern post facility, including color correction, editing, effects, color grading, finishing and deliverables, running at speeds up to 4K 60 fps.

Annex Pro is a Vancouver-based reseller of software, hardware and IT infrastructure for the media and entertainment industry, offering pre-sales research and advice, proof-of-concept evaluations, pre- and post-sales technical support, trouble-shooting and custom training. Annex Pro has been consulting, training and supporting the creation of visual effects, animation, game, TV and films since its creation in 1983.

“To say that we are thrilled to represent Quantel here in Western Canada would be an understatement,” said Kerry Corlett, president and founder of Annex Pro. “Our focus on customer service and technical expertise, pairs nicely with Quantel’s decades of experience with digital production equipment. We look forward to working with the Quantel team to bring their innovative solutions to our customers.”

“Annex Pro has already secured its first Pablo Rio order and has many others in the pipeline,” said Quantel sales director, Martin Mulligan. “We are very excited for our future with the team. Their experience and high quality research and advice are great assets in helping to further build Quantel’s presence in the Canadian post industry.”

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