AWS Media Blog

Category: Content Production

AWS showcases content production in the cloud at SIGGRAPH 2022

The annual SIGGRAPH conference reconvenes in Vancouver August 8-11 for the first time in two years and we couldn’t be more excited to connect with colleagues and friends from around the world to celebrate the state of the art in computer graphics, animation, virtual production, and visual effects. Join us to learn about the latest […]

Watch now: Pop Family Entertainment adopts Amazon Nimble Studio for content production

Pop Family Entertainment is a multi-genre content production company based in Australia. When it decided to create an original full-length animated feature, it began looking at rendering solutions to provide secure, heavy-duty computing power that would also allow remote talent to work uninterrupted. Watch the video or read this blog post to get an inside […]

Blackmagic Design advances remote DaVinci Resolve workflows with AWS

Creative video technology developer Blackmagic Design develops some of the most ubiquitous hardware and software in post-production. Its innovative approach to engineering and commitment to delivering affordable, high-quality solutions help creativity blossom. Among its latest advancements, Blackmagic Cloud, a new service launched at the 2022 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Convention, lets creatives work on […]

Integrating the Content Localization on AWS solution into your media creation and distribution workflow

Content creators and distributors seeking to deliver video content to worldwide customers have more options than ever before. However, even as tools and services for simplifying the distribution of video streams have become more readily available, the process of localizing content to make it understandable to a worldwide multi-lingual audience remains a challenge for many […]

AWS at NAB 2022 demos and presentation videos now available on demand

During the NAB Show 2022, Amazon Web Services showcased purpose-built solutions for media and entertainment (M&E) as well as technology-forward topics in its dedicated theater. Now, you can see many of these demonstrations and presentations on demand, which highlight the transformative power of the cloud across five solution areas for M&E: content production; media supply […]

Pixomondo puts AWS at core of multi-stage setup for virtual production studio

Global creative studio Pixomondo (PXO) has a well-earned reputation for producing high-end visual effects (VFX), having collected a trove of prestigious industry awards over the past two decades, including an Academy Award and several Emmy and Visual Effects Society (VES) Award wins. In a state of perpetual reinvention, the company has experimented with different tools […]

Aligning AWS security services to MovieLabs Common Security Architecture for Production (CSAP)

In this blog post, we provide a primer on MovieLabs and its publications to date that focus on security, AWS’ take on the foundational concepts in the MovieLabs security architecture, and preview the remaining blogs in this series. The media and entertainment industry is no stranger to disruptive innovation. One of the most significant transformations […]

Cloud rendering using Pixar’s Tractor on AWS

Rendering is the process of converting 3D models into 2D images that can be displayed on screen and is a critical part of making almost any movie these days. Rendering is resource-intensive, requiring powerful computational processing. With 8K resolution coming online, the demand for compute resources for rendering is at an all-time high. When the […]

How virtual workstations are reshaping talent acquisition and production workflows

A look at how cloud technology and remote access solutions provided by AWS and Leostream set creative studios up for post-pandemic success “The show must go on,” is a mantra for anyone working in sports, news, lifestyle, and entertainment. Bringing a production, TV series, or broadcast event to life relies heavily on technology that can […]

In this diagram, two types of feeds are processed. First, the live RTMP feed from the game court is processed by the media pipeline using AWS Elemental MediaLive and MediaConvert services to create video clips. Second, Hawk-Eye and statistical feeds are pushed into Amazon Kinesis streams. Lambda processes these events and stores them in Aurora Serverless Postgres database.

How Infosys reimagines the game of tennis using AWS

This post has been co-authored by Rohit Agnihotri, Chief Architect of Infosys Tennis Platform, and Satheesh Kumar, Principal Solutions Architect at AWS Infosys is a global leader in next-generation digital services and has developed innovative solutions to engage stakeholders in the sports ecosystem. Infosys is the official digital innovation partner for major tennis events like the […]