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The Camera House is opening a 3,000-square-foot postproduction facility in Hollywood on June 1.
The North Hollywood-headquartered company offers rental and on-set services, and with the new facility at Romaine and Fuller, it is expanding its Digital Film Co. postproduction arm.
The new facility will house new technology along with post capabilities that would be relocated from the North Hollywood building.
The new quarters will offer such services as editing, color correction, conforming and finishing. The company also is constructing a digital intermediate theater that will be based on Assimilate’s Scratch and Digital Vision’s Film Cutter with DVO image processing option.
The company goal is to offer complete production and post packages as well as individual services.
“We’re pioneering a one-stop shop from camera through postproduction,” Camera House president and CEO Rufus Burnham said, adding that this might be particularly attractive to independent filmmakers with budget constraints. “It makes a lot of sense because their money goes further.”
Burnham said the new facility will include tapeless 4:4:4 uncompressed and unprocessed production workflows using its S2 and Codex digital recorders.
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