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Reliance MediaWorks expands 3D capabilities

BS Reporter  |  Mumbai 

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has expanded its global three-dimension capabilities by offering integrated across the film services value chain.

The company launched new integrated 3D services for any type of alignment issues, image and detail enhancements, grain and noise management and on-set consulting. Also, the existing services for stereoscopic 3D conversion, digital image grading, creation and handling of 3D digital cinema packages and 3D camera services.

Reliance MediaWorks Burbank, formerly known as Lowry Digital, has taken its well-established proprietary image processing technologies to create powerful new tools for all types of 3D project requirements. The company's Burbank facility has performed image and detail enhancements, vertical and horizontal alignments issues and 911 emergency fixes for 3D versions of films like Avatar, Journey to the Center of the Earth, U2, X Games 3D: The Movie and Step Up and so on.

Reliance MediaWorks is also in discussions with leading 3D solution providers in Hollywood to offer end-to-end integrated solutions. To further enhance the synergy between the services offered by Reliance MediaWorks across three continents, the company operates a first of its kind, optical fibre network, through Reliance Globalcom's Ethernet Private Line. This network can support high-speed exchange of data across locations and services.

Reliance MediaWorks expands 3D capabilities

Reliance MediaWorks has expanded its global three-dimension capabilities by offering integrated 3D services across the film services value chain.

has expanded its global three-dimension capabilities by offering integrated across the film services value chain.

The company launched new integrated 3D services for any type of alignment issues, image and detail enhancements, grain and noise management and on-set consulting. Also, the existing services for stereoscopic 3D conversion, digital image grading, creation and handling of 3D digital cinema packages and 3D camera services.

Reliance MediaWorks Burbank, formerly known as Lowry Digital, has taken its well-established proprietary image processing technologies to create powerful new tools for all types of 3D project requirements. The company's Burbank facility has performed image and detail enhancements, vertical and horizontal alignments issues and 911 emergency fixes for 3D versions of films like Avatar, Journey to the Center of the Earth, U2, X Games 3D: The Movie and Step Up and so on.

Reliance MediaWorks is also in discussions with leading 3D solution providers in Hollywood to offer end-to-end integrated solutions. To further enhance the synergy between the services offered by Reliance MediaWorks across three continents, the company operates a first of its kind, optical fibre network, through Reliance Globalcom's Ethernet Private Line. This network can support high-speed exchange of data across locations and services.

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