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AI Powered Post-Production
November 19, 2021 @ 1:35 pm
Join IBC365 on Wednesday 21st of April at 2pm BST to discover what the current role of AI is in post-production and how its adoption is likely to evolve.
Artificial intelligence can help to reduce the number of hours spent on time-consuming tasks but what is its current role in post-production and how is its adoption likely to evolve? During this webinar, IBC365 will joined by post production professionals who will examine:
– How AI is being deployed across various stages of the post process
– Its use for logging and tagging assets
– AI for assembling edits
– The creation of transcripts
– Its impact on productivity and helping to reduce bottle necks
– The extent of its use by creatives, from grading to sound design to VFX
Tom Witkowski, Director of Tech & Engineering, Twickenham Film Studios
With over 12 years’ experience in the global film and TV industry, Witkowski has spent time at Dolby Labs, Eclair, Ymagis Group, Sundog Media Toolkit and Arttech Cinema, among others. He has previously been responsible for heading up technology teams dealing with content for Hollywood studios, independent filmmakers and advertising projects. Witkowski brings years of experience evolving and redeveloping production and post workflows and processes.
As the newly appointed TFS director of technology and engineering, he will be responsible for transforming the studios’ technology pipelines, workflow and network infrastructure and evolving their future technology strategy and offering.
Darren Hendler, Director of Digital Human Group, Digital Domain
Darren Hendler has a brilliant technical mind and has been a part of Digital Domain for nearly 20 years. He oversees Digital Domain’s Digital Human Group as director. His projects often make the Awards circuit, a testament of his groundbreaking use of technologies that have created beloved digital characters.
While he focuses on digital humans, photo-real creatures and holograms, Darren has been leading the charge on new research and innovations that have applications beyond film, including immersive entertainment.
Roy C. Anthony, Global Head of Research, DNEG