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Burbank, CA, USA
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Job Status: Filled
No of Vacancies: 1
Date Posted: November 26, 2019
Expiry Date: March 26, 2020
Job Type: Full Time
Job Level: Entry level
Years of Experience: N/A
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Salary Type: Negotiable
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As a Junior Level Media Technician, you will be primarily responsible for screening theatrical feature film and trailer DCPs (Digital Cinema Packages) for client-attended QC checks. You will be trained in the operation of all relevant theatrical equipment such as playback servers, projectors, and audio playback processors, and you will be expected to interact with senior-level clients in a professional and friendly manner at all times.

Additionally, your ongoing development will ultimately see you trained in all aspects of content mastering, including feature films, trailers, and episodic programs, for theatrical, downstream, and broadcast use.

In theatrical mastering, training will cover the encoding of source elements to create final distribution Digital Cinema Packages, ensuring all aspects of the DCP - picture, audio, and subtitles - are correct and adhere to industry standards. QC training will enable you to carry out the final QC of all DCPs.

For downstream and broadcast work, training will cover the creation and QC of foreign-language master versions of feature films, trailers, and episodic programs. Training will also include the transcoding of trailers and promotional materials for online services, ensuring that any technical specifications are adhered to.



  • A positive and professional attitude to hard work
  • A voracious appetite to learn
  • The aptitude and determination to succeed
  • Excellent attention to detail and the ability to maintain focus at all times
  • Patience when dealing with multiple versions of the same content
  • Confidence and organization
  • A willingness to help those around you
  • A passion for film post-production
  • Strong IT literacy
  • Professionalism when liaising with senior-level clients
  • An ability to handle high-pressure situations and sensitive information 



With thorough training, you will become proficient in:

  • Operating theatrical screening rooms and all relevant equipment
  • Running client-attended QC sessions
  • Mastering all variants of Digital Cinema Packages, including but not limited to 2K/4K, 2D/3D, Subtitled, Dubbed, Atmos/Auro and High Frame Rate, within tight deadlines
  • Mastering DCPs to both Interop and SMPTE standards
  • DCP Validation and ingesting, KDM creation, and performing technical Quality Checks of DCPs
  • Re-editing content for censorship
  • Creation of associated paperwork
  • Mastering foreign-language media for broadcast and downstream use
  • Transcoding and technical QC of mezzanine files for online use
  • Audio editing, conforming and compliance checks
  • Liaising with and providing support for other operational departments within EIKON Group Limited



As this is an entry-level position, relevant experience within a mastering environment would be beneficial but is not essential as comprehensive training and full support will be provided. What is essential is your desire to learn, a positive attitude to hard work, and the motivation to grow into a key member of the department.

Beneficial experience may include:

  • Familiarity with non-linear editing systems, e.g. DVS Clipster, FCP, Adobe Premiere, etc.
  • Familiarity with Pro Tools
  • Knowledge of DCI specifications, mastering, and theatrical playback hardware
  • Experience of file encoding and transcoding
  • Experience of foreign-language versioning
  • A solid understanding of broadcast and feature post-production techniques
  • Technical QC experience.



This position will be working as part of a shift rotation which includes nights, weekends and public holidays.