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Fuze Box Launches Fuze Movie

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Wed, 01/27/2010 - 19:00 -- Nick Dager

Fuze Box has launched Fuze Movie a real-time collaborative media review and approval system created specifically that uses Skype to help editors VFX artists and digital media designers faced with the challenges of collaborating with numerous remote and often widely distributed colleagues and clients.  According to the manufacturer Fuze Movie effectively eliminates the frustrations and inefficiencies of collaborating across distributed workgroups by creating a real time shared workflow environment for anyone with a computer and an Internet connection.  Fuze Movie is based on syncVUE which was acquired by Fuze Box in 2007.  Michael Buday who created syncVUE is now the company’s chief software designer and principal developer of Fuze Movie. “As an editor myself for over 20 years I understand the frustration and pure tedium of simply trying to get shots reviewed and approved while working with clients crews directors and colleagues who are spread out in multiple locations.  That’s why we created Fuze Movie ” says Buday. “Today the content creation industry has completely embraced the notion of distributed networked and even mobile collaboration.  Fuze Movie and its enhanced visual communications platform now gives them the ideal review and approval solution specifically tailored for content creation workflow requirements and optimized for the technology and applications on which digital media artists have already invested and rely heavily.” Since its creation Fuze Movie has been used extensively to streamline the review and approval process on a number of recent Hollywood blockbusters including Don Cheadle’s Traitor Terry Gilliam’s Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus and by VFX industry icon John Farhat in the just-released post-apocalyptic thriller The Book of Eli. Fuze Movie is available immediately and is priced based on a quarterly subscription-licensing model.  Discounted introductory pricing starts at $229 for a two-seat three-month license and volume discounts (for quantity of seats and duration of licenses) apply.  Fuze Movie www.fuzemovie.com