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Happy F5 LogoBiennial Conference Brings Together Creative Thought Leaders for Two Days of Inspiration and Rocking Good Times

F5, the biennial creativity festival presented by, returns to the historic Roseland Ballroom in New York City April 15-16, 2011. F5 is a cutting-edge conference exploring the intersection of art, design and entertainment. This year’s theme is “Happy F5,” which reflects a desire to spread and share messages of optimism while celebrating F5’s birthday and return. Drawing together speakers and attendees from a wide cross-section of creative industries, F5 fosters creative collisions -- those moments of lasting insight and inspiration that occur when we uncover something unexpected.

NiceshoesDesign, visual effects and color grading pros Nice Shoes have partnered with Engine Room Edit to offer Remote Color Grading to the Boston area. Nice Shoes has set up a remote suite at Engine Room Edit, and has begun providing Boston-based clients the same color grading experience that they would receive in Nice Shoes' New York studio.

muvee Device Solutions Group [DSG], the pioneer and leader in video editing applications for mobile Muvee Logodevices, today announced the release of a suite of HD video editing tools for Android operating systems.

The toolkit, comprised of nine functions to edit HD video captured with a mobile device, was created to enable video editing on today's devices with little memory and CPU utilization.

Codex LogoCodex Digital, the leading developer of digital media recorders and media management systems for film and television production, today announces that film and digital camera maker ARRI has awarded it an ARRIRAW T-Link (Transport Link) certificate confirming the ability of its recorders to record raw data from the ARRI Alexa film-style camera.

Codex LogoCodex Digital's Digital Lab and Onboard Recorders were recently used in conjunction with a new On-Set Dailies solution, developed by Budapest-based Colorfront, to produce digital dailies and other deliverables on the set of "Styria," a Hungarian feature film production that is believed to be the first ever shot with the ARRI Alexa camera in ARRIRAW format.