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May 2013

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Bits & Pieces offering over two million clips Nice Shoes teams with Red Car for remote grading N EW YORK — Nice Shoes, here, has partnered with Red Car Dallas (pictured) to offer remote color grading. Dallas area clients now have the opportunity to get the same experience they would get coming to the New York studio without having to leave the city. The initiative marks Nice Shoes' second remote partnership, following a successful two-year relationship with Engine Room Edit in Boston. The set-up uses a secure HD feed and a display calibrated by Nice Shoes engineers. "Nice Shoes has had clients all over the country for years," notes managing director Kristen Martini, "but travelling to New York isn't always an option, so we're excited to offer the high-quality color grading they've come to expect through an equally high-quality set-up at a partner like Red Car Dallas." "Nice Shoes colorists are a great addition to our offering at Red Car Dallas," says Red Car Dallas managing director Carrie Callaway. "Our clients are extremely busy and they love the option to not have to travel and still get the best color for their projects." Clients who work with Red Car Dallas editors Chris Gipson, Keith James and Patrick Hammond are now able to work with Nice Shoes colorists Chris Ryan, Lez Rudge, Lenny Mastrandrea, Ron Sudul and Gene Gurley. Hammond, in fact, recently completed one of the first sessions by the two studios, working with Sudul for agency Dieste. N EW YORK — now has well over two million screening clips available through its search and screening platform. The company has partnered with many top footage providers, including Getty Images, FootageBank, Framepool and CNN ImageSource to bring stock footage sources together in a single place.'s motion content includes network news, wildlife imagery, adventure sports, exotic locations, and historical footage. The site's user interface and improved search capabilities provide researchers with tools to fully use its vast footage database, work with images, manage results and communicate with stock providers. For more Stock Footage news turn to page 9. Promise shows low-cost SAN M ILPITAS, CA — Promise Technology (, a developer of high-performance RAID storage solutions for the media and entertainment market, unveiled a low-cost, turnkey, scale-out SAN storage solution for big data at the NAB show last month. The VTrak A-Class has features optimized for the storageintensive workflows of post, and enables multiple clients running Windows, Mac OS X or Linux to access a shared SAN file system over Fibre Channel. As an all-in-one SAN solution, the VTrak A-Class eliminates the need to purchase a separate primary metadata storage server, 6 Post • May 2013 Pos0513_004-6,8-BitsMV4.indd 6 secondary metadata storage server and metadata storage device/array in order to create a SAN solution, making it easier to deploy, more energy efficient, and more cost effective. The solution offers high-performance and low latency over a shared SAN optimized for HD resolution, providing over 5,500MB/s sequential read and 2,400MB/s sequential write performance, per node up to eight nodes. Collaborative editing is possible right out of the box. 5/3/13 9:48 AM

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