LaserPacific Media Corporation, part of Kodak, is a post-production facility in Hollywood offering a variety of end-to-end services for the entertainment industry. It provides technological solutions, including services such as 16 and 35 mm film processing, telecine, film scanning and recording, digital intermediates (DI), multimedia, sound editing and mixing, as well as digital cinema packaging for customers ranging from independent filmmakers to major studios. Most recently, LaserPacific has created a new workflow for independent film makers called inDI -- An inDI White Paper It was acquired by Eastman Kodak in late 2003.


Emmy awards for eningeering excellence
2003: For the development of the 24P HDTV Post–Production System.
2001: For significant contributions to the creation of the 24P High Definition technology that has become standard throughout the industry.
1996: For the SuperComputer Assembly System.
1993–94: (NATAS) Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development -- For The Development and Implementation of Technology For The Removal of Temporal Artifacts From Film Originated 525 Material to 625.
1989: For the Electronic Laboratory (under the name 'Pacific Video').
1987: For Spectra Image, Inc. for the D220 Dual Headed Video Disc Player for editing applications. DVD Awards
2003: For Best Authoring - New Line Home Entertainment “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” - Special Extended DVD Edition - 6th Annual DVD Awards.
2004: For Best Authoring - New Line Home Entertainment "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" - 7th Annual DVD Awards.

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