EMMY AWARDED TO CINESYNC
THE INTERACTIVE VIDEO REVIEW SOFTWARE WINS AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT
Presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Cospective received the award at the prestigious ceremony in Los Angeles on 24 October 2018. Other recipients at the awards ceremony include AVID and Lifetime Achievement winner Wendy Aylsworth.
Bob Munroe, VFX Supervisor of science fiction series The Expanse says, “More so than in the past, directors, producers, VFX supervisors, and editors are spread out across different locations. From previs to post on The Expanse, cinesync proved to be invaluable collaboration technology given the new normal of today’s production workflow. I was thrilled to learn that the Television Academy is awarding an Engineering Emmy to cinesync. Remote video review has been key to expanding the visual effects industry as a whole.”
Rory Mcgregor, CEO at Cospective adds, “We are thrilled to have been recognised by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for this prestigious award. We created cinesync with the goal of making global collaboration on complex creative projects accessible and simple for everyone involved in the process. We’re proud to see all the incredible television projects being created today with the help of cinesync and will continue to develop our technology to support the industry for years to come.”
cinesync previously received an Academy Award for Technical Achievement in 2011