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Celsys' General-Purpose Digital Exposure Sheet Used in Development of Digital Production Management System by METI Business

With the aim of supporting the move to digital animation processes, Celsys is encouraging the adoption of a general-purpose exposure sheet format that will improve compatibility between animation tools used at production companies.

Animation Functions in Clip Studio Paint


Celsys’ general-purpose exposure sheet format “xdts” has been adopted for use in the digital production management system currently under development by MemoryTech Co., Ltd. a company selected for the Japan Content Localization and Distribution (J-LOD) Subsidy Project by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in 2019. The system was introduced at the Animation Creative Technology Forum (ACTF) 2020, an industry event held on February 9.

The J-LOD Subsidy Project promotes the introduction of systems that contribute to the efficiency of the production process to nurture a sustainable environment for the content industry. The subsidy aims to improve productivity across the entire supply chain involved in content creation.

Celsys will continue to improve Clip Studio Paint and it’s compatibility with industry workflows to support the digitization of the animation production process.

ACTF Report

CELSYS supports creators globally in the production, browsing, and distribution of digital art utilizing IT. We provide solutions for content creation, distribution, and browsing, including support of creative activities through our illustration, manga and animation production software “Clip Studio Paint” and web service “Clip Studio”, as well as our e-book solution, “Clip Studio Reader”.

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