Pixelogic Media Partners, LLC provides technology solutions to the entertainment industry. We help studios and content owners to get their content to global audiences by providing all language services including scripting, subtitling, access services and dubbing. Our products and services span the digital spectrum, from enhanced extras packages promoting digital purchase to physical disc authoring.
Our clients at Pixelogic include major Hollywood studios and dozens of independent studios. To date, we’ve delivered thousands of titles to iTunes, Disney+, Netflix, Amazon, and other streaming platforms, providing packages in all resolutions and color spaces including HDR and Dolby Vision.
We offer a full gamut of creative services including audio and video editorial, graphics, color correction, and compliance to standards for loudness, and photo sensitivity and epilepsy.
This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a world class team, building innovative solutions to service our clients with their media distribution needs. Join us if you’re passionate about entertainment, innovation and customer service excellence!
The Mastering Operator/Technician will be responsible for creating outputs including, but not limited to, Interoperable Master Packages (IMP), ProRes master files, and downstream deliverables in HDR and SDR color spaces. Prequalification of source elements pertaining to color volume, audio track assignments, frame rate, and related HDR metadata. Editorial cutdown to create TV and localized versions.
Other responsibilities include handling associated data entry related to work orders, content metadata, working with other departments and providing feedback to Project Team, Client Services and Operations.
The ideal candidate will have a solid understanding of the technical aspects of the various content specifications. They will be highly motivated, possess a flexible disposition, and adapt quickly in a fast-paced environment. In addition, they must be able to work as part of a team that deals with changing priorities and workloads.