Codex Digital and Band Pro Film & Digital to Host File-Based Workflow Demos in New York

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Codex Digital


Band Pro Film & Digital

will host a week-long series of demonstrations of a file-based workflow encompassing every aspect of production from capture through delivery beginning November 29 at Band Pro’s facility in New York City. The first-of-its-kind demonstration will include the entire Codex Digital product line, including its leading edge recording, transfer and digital lab systems. Among the products demonstrated will be Codex Digital’s Desktop Transfer Station, introduced earlier this year at IBC.

The purpose of the demonstration is to show producers, cinematographers, DIT specialists, editors, post production facility owners and others, how a complete file-based workflow can be implemented with maximum security and reliability. It will also show how the use of this new technology can lead to considerable time and cost savings over other modes of production. The demonstrations will be hosted by Band Pro Market Development Manager Jim Hegadorn and Technical Consultant Randy Wedick, and Codex Digital Vice President for Market Development Sarah Priestnall and Product Specialist James Eggleton.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone who is considering a file-based production solution to see a complete workflow in action,� said Band Pro Marketing and Events Coordinator Seth Emmons. “They can see how the technology works at each stage of production and post, and talk with experts who can demystify the process and answer all their questions and concerns.� To schedule a demo, contact Seth Emmons at

. What: Codex Demo Week When: November 29 – December 3 Where: Band Pro East 645 West 27th Street New York, New York 10001 Info: 212.227.8577

About Band Pro

Band Pro Film & Digital, Inc. specializes in products and solutions for professional filmmakers and videographers. From our offices in Burbank, CA; New York City, NY; Munich, Germany; and Tel Aviv, Israel; Band Pro offers the highest level of knowledge and expertise along with the finest equipment and accessories available. The company’s research and development protocol allows product lines to expand toward the newest technologies so clients can focus on the art and craft of cinematography. With close relationships in Hollywood and worldwide, and long-standing partnerships with camera and lens makers, Band Pro has remained at the forefront of the newest developments in digital cinema. About Codex Digital Codex Digital, who are based in London, England design and manufacture high-end digital equipment for motion picture and television production, products include the award-winning high-resolution media recorders and a range of media management stations to manage the entire workflow of a digital production from set to post production. The company is setting new standards for end-to-end production workflow. For more information please visit Editor’s Note: The product names and registered trademarks mentioned are each the property of their respective owners.



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