Sony has used an open-source program in the Spiderman industry: Into the Spider-Verse


Spiderman industrySony Pictures Imageworks used a software used to create movies like “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” “Hotel Transylvania 3”, “Alice in Wonderland” and “Cloudy with Chance of Meatballs.”OpenColorIO, a color management tool used during the production process, became the second software project for the Academy Software Foundation, an industry-wide open-source consortium led by Linux.Sony Pictures Imageworks gave time to the industry and free access to OpenColorIO under the modified BSD license.By contributing to the Foundation for Academic Programs, the studio hopes to encourage the community to take responsibility for the future of the tool, said Sony Pictures Imageworks Vice President and Software Development, Michael Ford.Sony Pictures Imageworks wants to see the second release of this tool and therefore helping the developer community and the Academy Software Foundation, which are primarily responsible for the second release project and tool development.

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Academy Software Foundation was founded in August 2018 as an industry-wide effort to promote the development and use of open-source software in Hollywood; the founding members include Autodesk, Cisco, DreamWorks, Epic Games, Foundry, Google Cloud, Intel, Walt Disney Studios and others.Sony Pictures Entertainment / Sony Pictures Imageworks, Warner Bros, The Blender Foundation and the Visual Effects Society (VES) joined the group last fall.



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