(Los Angeles, California--March 2, 2015) Shotgun Software, the leading developer of cloud-based production tracking, review and asset management software for film, TV and games, announced today a new pricing model and the upcoming inclusion of RV within the Shotgun toolset. The price of Shotgun is now $30 per account/per month with "Awesome" support, or $50 per account/per month with "Super Awesome" support, and the RV image and sequence player will be included in the next major release of Shotgun in April.
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"We're constantly looking to innovate with new tools that help studios function better and more efficiently; it's why we've developed features like the Shotgun iPhone app, Client Review Site and Pipeline Toolkit," said Don Parker co-founder of Shotgun and Autodesk senior director. "There are also other ways we can help the Shotgun community thrive, and not asking studios to pay more for essential review tools they need to be successful is one of them."
The new pricing is effective immediately for all current and new Shotgun hosted subscription customers; additional details about the RV integrated toolset will be available in April upon release. Customers opting for the $30 per account/per month "Awesome" flavor of Shotgun get access to email, online and community support; "Super Awesome" support Shotgun for $50 per account/per month comes with advanced levels of support that include video conference and direct access to support engineers. RV will continue to be supported as a standalone tool, and pricing for standalone versions of RV, RVIO, RV/RVIO bundle, RV-SDI and RVX remain the same.
Shotgun Software, an Autodesk company, builds secure, scalable software for production tracking, review, and asset management. It helps studios and remote collaborators reduce risk and increase efficiency through more transparent production processes. More than 600 creative companies rely on the Shotgun platform to provide essential business tools for managers and visual collaboration tools for artists and supervisors, all of who need to work globally with distributed teams. A standardized toolset for film, TV and game development pipelines, Shotgun is built on the industry's best practices. Studios including DreamWorks, Framestore, Blizzard, Microsoft, Walt Disney, Double Negative and Ubisoft have adopted Shotgun's customizable system and contribute to the ongoing development of its growing ecosystem of applications. www.shotgunsoftware.com