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The Pavement launches BD services

Following its recent move to new offices in Soho (London) within Goldcrest Postproduction facilities, high-end DVD design and production house The Pavement is launching two new Blu-ray services – Blu-ray Video Encoding and Wam!Net delivery services.

“After 3 months of intensive testing, we have invested in both Thomson's NexCode and Sonic Cinevision encoders which produce the best pictures we have seen for all content type,” says Andy Evans, the company director. “Whether the masters are on HDCAM SR, HDCAM or any other HD format, we will deliver back to our clients the best possible picture from the best equipment available. Clients can then author their own Blu-ray disc, or as a content owner they can deliver to the C&A house of their choice a top quality HD picture.

“In the age of piracy, tighter deadlines, carbon footprints, budgets and increases in data to ship, we have opened up our W!N delivery for all,” Evans continues. “Whether clients have a Blu-ray or DVD disc image, we can digitally send it to replicators in the most secure way possible. With guaranteed data integrity, speed, peace of mind, we've found that W!N is the best delivery solution – plus it's Green.”

The Pavement has also announced the appointment of Lawrence Francis (pictured) in the role of Business Development Manager. Francis, who was previously Sales & Marketing Manager at Indie Phoenix Film & Television, will be focused on developing The Pavement’s DVD, Blu-Ray and graphics production services Angel.

Story filed 24.07.08

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