From the first call of "Quiet on the set!" to programming the closing credits, making a film takes a lot more than scripts, actors and cameras. There are critical cables to hide and protect, on-set tripping hazards to prevent, media to properly store, and tech staff who need ergonomic workstations for those all-nighters in the editing room. We have it all: skid-proof braided sleeving, high-performance surge protectors and UPSs, modular workstations built for multiple-monitor setups, and multimedia racks for customizable storage. We're basically a one-stop shop for all your filming needs!
Work in the Film Industry? Let Us Organize Your Set
Working in Hollywood is not cake, so the fewer things you have to worry about, the better. From high-maintenance actors to making sure your set is orderly, you have your hands full, and cables, workstations, and power shouldn’t have to be one of your concerns. We have the solutions you need to keep your complex movie set orderly and organized.
Realizing that movie set usually aren’t permanent fixtures, we’ve got the tools you need for functionality that can be easily switched up in the even that you are changing shooting locations or need a last minute alteration to your set. There are a lot of moving pieces, so you need your cables to move right along with it.
Cable Management for the Film Industry
While it may sounds trivial, don’t underestimate the power of proper cable tape on your movie set or event. The last thing you want is for someone to get tangled up in a wire and fall down and injure themselves. With tape, you can easily lodge cables and wires into place so that they won’t move until you need them to. It also ensures that your cables will be routed to where they need to go.
We even have variations that are anti-light reflecting so that they don’t effect photo and film quality. Others are available in different colors so that you can bring attention to them if you want to or blend them into your background seamlessly if the need calls for it. All of our tapes are designed so that they don’t leave a sticky residue once you remove them.
UPS Systems Perfect for Being “On Location”
You need a lot of power to get a movie filmed, so having a UPS system in place is essential in order to protect your equipment and data from surges, blackouts, and line noise. You’ll be able to sleep at night knowing that you have protection from power loss and that your data and everything you have worked so hard for is safe.
HD compliance on some models makes it possible for an extended power outage to occur with no data loss, while enabling direct integration with built-in power management and even automatic shutdown features for Windows and MAC OS X. Telephones, DSLs and Ethernet lines are also protected from surge damage.
Work Stations to Keep You Organized
Finally, having a command post is essential so that you know where everything is at all times and you don’t have to waste time running around looking for things. They are easy to assemble and can be built into any configuration, based on your specific needs.
Assemble your command station in mere minutes and get right to business, because that is why you are on set to begin with. Focus on filming – CableOrganizer.com has the rest of your needs covered.