The film industry has undergone many technological changes such as 3D, 4D, and even 5D. But it is not the end. Cloud computing is now emerging in the field of film technology. But a question arises about how cloud computing is helping the film industry. Cloud computing and film are two different things, where one deals with saving and transferring data from one place to another, and the other deals with entertaining people. These two different aspects are closer than our imagination.
How does cloud computing help cinema?
Cloud computing allows centralization of data, information, and processes and serves easy access and perfect outline for films. This results in better decision-making, improved movie experience, and integrated operations.
Benefits of Cloud Computing in Cinemas
In the present world, a film’s production crew, director, participating service partners, and castes are global. Cooperating among these teams becomes difficult as the physical transfer of data and film reels is a time-consuming process. But having access to the files remotely makes the process easy and saves time. This is where cloud computing benefits the film industry. Cloud computing helps in making real-time discussions which saves time, effort as well as money.
Remote Computing Power
For accumulating all the individual elements of a film including audio combinations, visual effects, and video filters to create the finished product, heavy computing power is required. The memory and processing power needed for making the final frames is much higher than what is available on standard computers. Cloud computing can be used to complete projects rapidly by using remote computing power for the furnishing processes.
Pre-release privacy causes a 19% decrease in revenue than piracy that occurs post-release. Cloud computing technology offers refined solutions to such security issues to the film industry. By creating private clouds, the film industry doesn’t have to worry anymore about other studios gaining access to their system.
Starting with film distribution from theatrical planning, booking, and settlements to building a smoother customer-centric approach, cloud computing enables assessment of similar films to an individual theatre performance, giving distributors insights to secure a successful release.
The opportunities that cloud computing brings to the film world are fascinating. Filmmakers should, therefore, look for ways to incorporate technologies like machine learning and artificial intelligence to raise the standard of cinema produced, entertaining millions around the globe and generating billions in profit.