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August 6, 2023 | Los Angeles, CA
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Sunday, August 6 • 3:55pm - 4:25pm
Using OpenAssetIO, OpenTimelineIO, and OpenRV to Demonstrate the MovieLabs 2030 Vision - Jim Helman & Chris Vienneau, MovieLabs & Tom Cowland, Foundry

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The MovieLabs 2030 Vision for media creation envisions workflows that securely span multiple infrastructures and organizations with software-supported workflows using scalable cloud resources. This session presents the results of a demonstration project using components from ASWF projects in a secure, cross-organizational, cloud-based workflow. We used PremierePro to create a timeline that was converted to OTIO that in turn was sent to OpenRV along with streaming proxies for review. Rather than using storage locations, the OTIO timeline used asset references. These references were converted into storage locations by a plug-in using OpenAssetIO and a MovieLabs asset resolution service for OpenRV to play back the timeline. We show a demonstration of the prototype and discuss the value of this approach, as well as the challenges that we encountered, including security, as we move from perimeter-based solutions to Zero Trust models.

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Chris Vienneau

Production Technology Specialist, MovieLabs
Chris has 25+ years’ experience developing tools and services for the entertainment industry for customers such as Disney, Electronic Arts, and Google. At Autodesk, he managed market leading tools like Maya, FBX and Arnold and advocated for Autodesk’s contributions to the ASW... Read More →
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Jim Helman

CTO, MovieLabs
Jim is CTO at MovieLabs, a technology joint venture of five major Hollywood studios. At MovieLabs, Jim has led industry initiatives including driving worldwide standards for high dynamic range video and building the Entertainment Identifier Registry (EIDR). Earlier at SGI, Jim designed... Read More →
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Tom Cowland

Cloud Team Lead, Foundry
Tom has worked in VFX and Feature Animation for the last 20 years at a variety of post-production houses, independent software vendors and service companies. He is currently working at Foundry on assorted Open Source initiatives.



Sunday August 6, 2023 3:55pm - 4:25pm PDT
Plaza I/II/III, 3rd Floor