Pinoy post-production house extends pact with Autodesk

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[/caption] Optima Digital, which has been using Autodesk Digital Entertainment Creation software for the past 18 years, had produced award-winning films such Muro Ami, Agimat, Ploning and Crying Ladies. The company recently purchased Autodesk Flame Premium visual effects software, its seventh Autodesk Flame software. It also uses other Autodesk software products, including Autodesk Maya, Autodesk 3ds Max and Autodesk Smoke. This has allowed Optima to offer a full range of post-production services in Philippines, such as telecine, color grading, visual effects and design, CG imagery, digital film printing, and mastering. ?We are delighted to grow our collaboration with Optima Digital ? a premier post-production house. Autodesk strives to forge long-term relationships with customers and is committed to customers? success. Today?s contract signing is a testament to this ideology,? said Teddy D. Tiu, Autodesk Philippines country manager. ?Today, using Autodesk solutions, Optima is revolutionizing the way television ads and films look and has pioneered the post-production technology in Philippines. We work very closely with Optima and this involves the sharing of ideas regarding features, functionalities and direction. Every industry has a pioneer and Optima Digital is that company and we are proud to be associated with it,? Tiu said. Pete Jimenez, Optima Digital president and COO, said the company was the first to bring the Flame software in the region when it bought its first Autodesk software in 1994 . ?Over the years, Autodesk software and turnkey systems have helped us become the market leader in creative finishing. Now, we have become more aggressive by putting in place two Flame Premium in addition to our current configuration of Inferno, Flame, Smoke and Autodesk Maya and 3ds Max.]]>

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