XP 3D First horror film in 3D

The first Spanish 3D genre film

In XP3D, stereoscopy had to be realistic and its benefits used in favour of language, an exercise applied both in the pre-production, shooting and post-production stages, analyzing the reasons for each stereoscopic decision.

For our third 3D full-length film, we used a thoroughly tested post-production stereoscopic workflow, enabling us to perform all post-production processes in minimum time, with no surprises and no improvisation.

On the post-production level we were able to place special focus on the comfort of 3D visualization, a key goal of the stereoscopic project. Digital Effects were conceived prioritizing the 3D aspect, yielding its full potential at the service of sensory perception.

Sony’s F65 presented in Lapospo

Apunto Lapospo’s projection and colour correction room was the setting chosen by OVIDE for the premier exhibition of the performances of the F65, the new camera by Sony. Its true 4K colour resolution in RAW format was tested by request of the photography directors, producers and directors who visited Lapospo’s installations throughout the day.

In this room, equipped with a FILMASTER colour correction system, over 50 professionals were able to see by themselves the virtues of this new camera, which is now added to the RAW recording options available in the market.

Pepin, Lapospo’s colourist, by request of many of the attending photography directors, took F65’s performances to the limit, proving its virtues, among which stands out an extraordinary trimming ability, thanks to the true 4K colour resolution captured by its sensor. A speed of up to 160 FPS, maintaining the same resolution and colour naturalness, was another highlight commented among the attendants.