Motion Picture Academy Working on Image Interchange Framework
"The Science and Technology Council of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is developing an architecture and supporting tools for digital motion picture mastering applications. In development for 5 years by the motion picture industry’s leading technologists and practitioners, the Image Interchange Framework (IIF) is now ready for evaluation by the larger community of those concerned with digital motion picture workflow and color management."
Interoperability and data exchange formats are of the utmost importance to the motion picture industry in general and the visual effects community specifically.
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