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TACTIC is a  flexible web-based production asset management system. TACTIC’s features include:

  • Securely Store Assets in a Highly Scalable, Central Repository
  • Find Assets, Tasks and Notes with Powerful Search Tools
  • Automate Your Project’s File Structure
  • Version Control Assets and Notes
  • Rollback to Previous Asset Versions
  • “In-Place” Checkins for Large Files
  • Automate Naming Conventions
  • Package and Deliver Files with Ease
  • Import/Export CSV Data
  • Check Files In and Out of the Database Easily

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Language: Python
Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows
License: Eclipse Public License
Sponsor: Southpaw Technology

Afanasy is a free and open source tool to control remote computing. You can compute anything quicker using a render farm – remote computers connected by a network. Afanasy is designed for computer graphics (3d rendering and 2d compositing) parallel calculation. It can compute different frames (or even parts of frames) on several computers simultaneously.

Afanasy provides render farm monitoring. It is very important to watch computers resources during the render process. You can see what kind of resource (CPU, memory, network etc.) is needed to render. It is very useful to know what your farm hosts are doing.

The Afanasy engine simply runs different command lines on hosts and controls running processes. You can use Afanasy to parallel calculate anything you can describe (split) through command lines.

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Language: C++, python
Platform: All
License: GPL

pfstools package is a set of command line programs for reading, writing and manipulating high-dynamic range (HDR) images and video frames. It includes also Qt and OpenGL HDR image viewers. pfstools can be integrated with GNU Octave or matlab, so that it can serve as a toolbox for reading and writing HDR images. (more…)

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Language: C++
Platform: Linux, OS X, Windows
License: GNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL)

Earth allows you to find files across a large network of machines and track disk usage in real time. It consists of a daemon that indexes filesystems in real time and reports all the changes back to a central database. This can then be queried through a simple, yet powerful, web interface. Think of it like Spotlight or Beagle but operating system independent with a central database for multiple machines with a web application that allows novel ways of exploring your data.

Earth is initially focused on managing the explosion of data that occurs in digital visual effects work.

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Language: Ruby
Platform: Linux, Windows, OS X, etc
License: The GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2
Sponsor: Rising Sun Pictures