Walt Disney Partners With Microsoft To Make Movies In The Cloud

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Walt Studios has teamed up with to move key parts of its movie-making and distribution processes to the cloud.

The 5-year partnership spearheaded by Disney’s StudioLab, and internal innovation incubation lab has the ultimate goal of using Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform all the way.

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The two companies made the announcement on Friday, September 13 and Walt Disney Studios Chief Technology Officer Jamie Voris in an interview with Variety said that there were a lot of benefits of being in the cloud.

Voris said the initial focus of the collaboration will be on moving some of the Studio’s editing to the cloud. Cloud-based editing will make Walt Disney Studios easily work together across multiple locations.

We can be on set in and editing in Burbank. Filmmaking is a global process.Jamie Voris

With embracing global streaming services as Disney does with Disney Plus, it’s only logical that the industry would also look to technology to future-proof its global production pipelines.

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