November 27, 2015
Cinema stage expansion in Potsdam-Babelsberg
Redesigned from the ground up
Rotor Film’s 430 m2 studio on the premises of Studio Babelsberg was stripped down to its foundation and rebuilt in the style of Berlin’s Zoo Palace. The 1.5 million euro redesign pairs state-of-the-art acoustics with a complete range of audio and imaging postproduction technology. In retrofitting the famous theater, Rotor Film wanted to make sure its mixing capabilities were future-proof going forward. To that end, the postproduction company chose the revolutionary Auro-3D Studio System to power its audio services, having Auro 11.1, AuroMax, the Auro-3D Creative tools Suite and a Barco 4K projector integrated.
The Auro-3D immersive sound system uses three distinct layers, enabling studio sound mixers to move objects around in space with the highest precision currently on the market. Auro-3D is the only audio format with a vertical stereo field on-screen, divided over six screen channels to provide the highest-quality and most natural screen sound available today. Using the Auro-3D Studio System suite and a whopping 70 in-hall speakers, Rotor Film will be able to deliver the ultimate in true-to-life immersive sound reproduction.
Paving the way in post-production
As an established leader in postproduction services, Rotor Film is always looking to adopt new technologies ahead of the competition. We’re delighted we could help the company ensure it will have a world-class environment for cutting-edge audio postproduction well into the future.
Courtesy: Barco Audio Technologies newsletter
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