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Company name L’espace vision
Address Zip:151-0051
Address:Shuwa Yoyogi Ekimae Bldg.4F 4-26-15 Sendagaya Shibuya-ku Tokyo Japan
L’ESPACE VISION Co.,LTD
TEL +81-3-3478-0521

FAX +81-3-3478-0696
HP http://www.lespace.co.jp/
CEO Hitoyuki Suzuki
Establishment 1987/11/2
capital stock 25 million yen
Number of Employees 64(At 2012 April)
Business Postproduction
video technology service film and commercial,video and film production.
Officer CEO Hitoyuki Suzuki
Executive vice-president Yasuhide Kimura
Director editor Jun Kuriyagawa
Director sales manager Mutsumi Nakajima
Member organizations Japan Post Production Association
Japan Video Communication Association
Japan Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers
Shibuya Corporation Association
Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry

 

History

2013 DIT services started.
2012 Start production CM,MTV
Post-production from the production of “HK / hentai kamen” to deal with the total workflow.
2011 Digital cinema camcorder “PMW-F3″ introduced.
RAW & Log grading validation event “J-MIX 2012″ was held.
Third MA Room start.
2010 3D DCP services start.
“DaVinci Resolve for Mac” introduced.
2009 4K SCAN&RED 4K validation event “J-MIX” held.
2007 A digital film scanner ARRISCAN introduced, marks the first step on the DI workflow.
Nucoda Film Master introduced, DI workflow in CM production is expanding.
2006 The first introduced in Japan “Pablo Suite”.
Original Multi offline editing system “Final Muiti” started.
2001 New large-scale studio MA 5.1 surround sound. Establishes a total post-production.
1997 With the introduction of Quantel EDIT-BOX, entry into the online editing field.
1993 Non-linear offline editing system “D/Vision” introduced.
1992 Adopt the video editing process to edit the film, and successfully direct cut of the film from the EDL.
Start the transfer service to the online studio edit data from the telephone line.
1987 2 people of MA mixer, established a post-production to develop the original editing system.
The revamped the concept of offline editing in Japan.