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Moxy’s endless palette of services

The services we offer are limitless: Matte painting, adaptations of existing international versions, edit to other language versions, Photoshop image editing, D-Mat, digital delivery of antenna material to the Belgian channels, Copies DigiBeta and HD cam, DVD authoring, 3D collaboration with leading 3D companies. For scanning and kinescopage we rely on our colleagues.

We are build on our experience and we feel comfortable with any challenges, projections, stereoscopy, full post-production for commercials, production of corporate movie, video clips, trailers, viral marketing, title sequences, idents, logo animations, multimedia, video for events and more … much more….

Online Editing - VFX

Offline Editing

Motion Graphics - 3D

Colour Grading

D-MAT

Set Supervision

Compositing

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Online Editing - VFX

Perfection is key when it comes to finishing your project. To offer you a swift and perfect result, Moxy only uses high-end hardware and cutting-edge editing applications. Moxy’s great sense of creativity adds stunning effects to any moving image, thus creating environments and situations which would be impossible to capture directly on film.

Offline Editing

Moxy stands out from the crowd in editing moving images with high respect for the original footage.

Motion Graphics - 3D

Moxy adds another dimension to your project, offering the best 3D motion graphics and techniques out there.

Colour Grading

Moxy brings every raw motion image to life, enhancing it with vivid colours and adding the atmosphere you are looking for.

D-MAT

Moxy delivers the D-MAT standard for Belgian broadcasting. Also available in HD-quality!

Set Supervision

Proactivity often makes the difference. That’s why Moxy occasionally attends shoots to give technical advice and guarantee a higher quality result.

Compositing

Moxy takes great pleasure in combining visual elements from separate sources into single images, creating the illusion that those elements are parts of the same scene.

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