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  11 November 2010
Software Developer

Description MPC is one of the world's leading post production facilities creating high-end digital visual effects for the television and feature film industries. Working at the cutting edge of visual effects requires the research and development of new techniques and this is the responsibility of our Software team.

We now seek to appoint a Software Developer into this team in our London facility to develop new tools for some exciting upcoming feature film productions.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Working with artists to understand production needs
• Researching new techniques to meet those needs
• Developing new artist tools to fit into MPC’s VFX pipeline
• Maintaining and updating existing tools
• Technical and end user documentation
• Supporting artists during shot production.

Skills and Experience:

• Degree in Computer Science or equivalent
• Previous development experience in a production environment
• Good understanding of physics, 3D math, simulation technologies
• Excellent knowledge of C++
• Experience with Linux-based debuggers and profilers
• Development experience using Maya’s API
• A good knowledge of Python is an advantage as is knowledge of other 3D software packages
• Evidence of a good eye for aesthetics is desirable.

This is an ideal opportunity for an experienced VFX developer or someone looking to break into VFX from the games industry to work on some of the most exciting major feature films in production today. If you are interested please apply online.
  11 November 2010
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