Panavision Support Cooke’s /i Technology

Cooke Optics, has announced that the Panavision has joined the growing list of /i Technology Partners, pledging to build support for the /i Technology protocol into its portfolio in the future.

Cooke's /i Technology is an open metadata protocol that enables film and digital cameras to automatically record key lens data for every frame shot and provide it to post-production teams digitally.

The metadata provides improves workflows for post and VFX teams, allowing them to track shots more accurately. /i Technology has received wide support in the industry from companies who are adopting /i Technology within their own products, including Avid, Sony, ARRI, Thales Angenieux, Codex, The Pixel Farms and RED

“At Panavision, we are dedicated to providing our customers with the latest innovations to streamline their workflow,” said Panavision’s Chief Operating Officer Mark Howorth. “Cooke’s /i Technology offers metadata from camera through post, helping to communicate the vision of the creative team. Supporting filmmakers is always our first priority, and this partnership further expands our ability to provide unparalleled service.”

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