Goldman, Michael
October 2005
Millimeter;Oct2005, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports that O Entertainment created an iteration of the project formerly known as "Santa Claus Versus the Snowman" using Adobe Premier Pro and a beta version of CineForm's Prospect 2K software. The result is a 15-minute version of the film, now called "Santa's Polar Blast," at 2k resolution for use in upcoming theme park and ride film venues. According to Lance Bachelder, supervising editor at O Entertainment, the company performed a compressed digital intermediate on the original, fully animated, 3D Targa files at 2048x1500 resolution using Boxx Dual AMD Opteron processor machines and Premiere Pro in conjunction with an early version of CineForm Prospect 2K.


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