Television Academy on Thursday unveiled winners of its 72nd Engineering Emmy Awards, with four of the nine companies honored for developing and distributing external production technology that have become invaluable in a year in which the industry saw extensive closures due to the coronavirus pandemic, Deadline reports.
Evercast, HP Inc.’s ZCentral Remote Boost, Sohonets ClearView Flex and Teradici were named by TV Academy “for recognition in addressing issues related to COVID-19.”
Other winners include the companies and individuals behind Apple ProRes, CODEX RAW workflow (ProRes – Final Cut Pro) and Epic Games for their real-time 3D Unreal Engine. A total of nine companies and five people will receive the Emmys this year
Apple ProRes was introduced in 2007 and has become a ubiquitous video codec in the movie and TV industry. It provides excellent preservation of source video quality, and thanks to innovative algorithm design, fast coding and ultra fast decoding. These two features ̵
News on Wolfwalkers
In other Apple TV + news, Apple released the official trailer for Wolfwalkers as presented below. Last month, we reported that “Wolfwalkers” had generated a lot of buzz during the Toronto Film Festival, where it had its world premiere.
Wolfwalkers will play in selected theaters on November 13 and will be launched on Apple TV + on December 11.
About Wolfwalkers: In a time of superstition and magic, a young apprentice hunter, Robyn Goodfellowe, travels to Ireland with her father to wipe out the last pack of wolves. While exploring the forbidden lands outside the city walls, Robyn befriends an outdoor girl, Mebh, a member of a mysterious tribe who is rumored to have the opportunity to turn into a wolf at night. As they search for Mebh’s missing mother, Robyn discovers a secret that draws her further into the enchanted world of WOLFWALKERS and risks becoming what her father has the task of destroying.
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