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More on WETA and Computer Gizmos

July 9, 2001 at 9:25 pm by xoanon  - 

From: The NZ Herald

Weta flat out with Lord of The Rings

Weta Digital Effects has deployed NetApp F840 Filers with a total of five terabytes of usable storage capacity for use in the making of New Line Cinema’s The Lord of The Rings. Weta says it has already scanned more than a million images for the first of the three films and these are being worked on by its 143 graphic artists. A single frame can take up to 12 megabytes of storage.

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