The film editing is a magical station on the way of a film to the audience.
Berlin International Film Festival
MMC Post-Production offers you unique versatility, a creative and competent team, as well as state-of-the-art technology and innovative solutions that can be scaled specifically for each of your productions - from single-user systems to complete post-production networks.
Especially modern entertainment formats require increasingly complex workflow scenarios and extremely high reliability - and that's exactly what MMC offers you! Together with us, you will succeed in mastering even the most difficult challenges of your production effortlessly.
MMC's own software solutions for file-based workflows, such as content management and acceptance servers, round off our post-production services.
Cut and edit your work where the creatives have their home. Centrally located in downtown Cologne, between cafés and shopping at the Cologne Neumarkt.
The Magic Eye team is looking forward to seeing you!
The most important technical facts for you at a glance:
Avid Media composer or Symphony, current versions of each, in sufficient quantities for your production
Avid Pro Tools HD systems, current versions in each case, in sufficient numbers for your production.
Filmlights Baselight as stand-alone or seamless Avid plugin.
Livegrading – exclusive at MMC.
16 studio channels for XDCAM-HD, DNxHD, Apple ProRes, AVC-HD etc
Multi-ingest systems for all recording media and codecs, with a maximum of 32 stations processing your material simultaneously.
Multiple Facilis Terrablock 24EX/32 with a total capacity of more than 400 TB, connected via 40 Gigabit Ethernet.
Enterprise level storage system with over 800 TB capacity and integrated LTO Library for long term Archive Solutions.
The post-production department of MMC Studios Köln GmbH was commissioned by UFA SHOW & FACTUAL in fall 2019 to handle and archive the footage shot during this extraordinary expedition to the Arctic. In addition, MMC was responsible for creating editable proxy files of the camera raw data shot in UHD as well as for UHD conforming.
The shot material was shipped by a Russian icebreaker after each different section of the expedition and finally delivered to MMC Studios in Germany. For each section, about 100 terabytes of material were delivered and, in the first step, securely stored on a high-availability file server at MMC.