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Avid Breaks New Ground by Enabling Content Creators to Seamlessly Collaborate with Adobe Premiere Pro Editors Posted: 22/09/2020
Avid Breaks New Ground by Enabling Content Creators to Seamlessly Collaborate with Adobe Premiere Pro Editors

Editors Can Now Easily Access Avid Asset Management and Storage within Their Adobe Premiere Pro Workflows; Avid to Unveil Details with Adobe During All-Access Launch Event for the Creative Community on September 24

Tags: Avid | content | video editors | Adobe | PremierePro | production | MediaCentral | MediaCentral | Panel | post-production | storage | asset management | team collaboration
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AJA Control Panel Brings KONA and Io Customers Easy Access to New Adobe Premiere Pro HLG HDR Features Posted: 15/09/2020
AJA Control Panel Brings KONA and Io Customers Easy Access to New Adobe Premiere Pro HLG HDR Features

AJA today announced that KONA and Io customers can now easily access the new HLG HDR features in the latest version of Adobe® Premiere® Pro, enabling them to edit and deliver HDR content. KONA and Io customers using AJA KONA 5, KONA 4, KONA IP, Io 4K Plus, Io 4K or Io IP with the AJA Control Panel interface and AJA Control Room software, including the latest soon to be released – version 16 – can simply open the AJA Control Panel, click the HDR tab and turn on HLG to ensure a seamless monitoring experience when editing and coloring HDR content.

Tags: AJA Video Systems | AJA | Adobe | Premiere Pro | HDR | Editorial | Delivery | KONA | Io
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NiTRo Streamlines 8K Editing Workflows With AJA KUMO Posted: 06/08/2020
NiTRo Streamlines 8K Editing Workflows With AJA KUMO

Tokyo-based leading expert in motion picture and multimedia broadcasting production NTV Technical Resources Inc (NiTRo) is a major technical provider to the Japanese broadcasting industry with a range of media services, including production engineering, post-production and broadcast operations and management. Following the launch of 8K broadcast channels in Japan in December 2018, NiTRo broke ground on a new state-of-the-art facility for 8K/UltraHD2 post-production in response to a surge in client requests for editing and delivery of 8K content. During development of the studio, NiTRo examined robust and flexible solutions that could manage both 8K/UltraHD2 and 4K/UltraHD post-production, without requiring separate tools for each workflow. In pursuit of the most streamlined workflow possible, NiTRo selected AJA KUMO 3232-12G for the device’s versatile signal control capabilities to route 8K or 4K SDI signals throughout the new video editing facility, with the added benefit of 12G-SDI connectivity for simplified cabling and transport of high-bandwidth content.

Tags: AJA | KUMO | Router | Routing | Signal Routing | 12G-SDI | 8K | 4K | UltraHD2 | UltraHD | UHD2 | UHD | Post-Production | Post | Editorial | Editing | Edit
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Deja Soft releases Deja Edit Version 3 Posted: 28/05/2020
Deja Soft releases Deja Edit Version 3

DejaSoft has launched Version 3 of its media file synchronising tool DejaEdit.

DejaEdit is an essential application for productions enabling Avid editors to work together from any location. It ensures media and bins are copied securely in the background, between each remote editing station or Nexus / EditShare storage system.

Version 3 enhances editors' user experience, provides improved workflow management, efficiency, and additional reliable security features. These new developments are crucial toolsets that support producers and post supervisors in simplifying complex media file sharing activities across the entire production process.

Highlights in DejaEdit 3 include the option for users to use their own S3 account for Cloud media storage; upgraded “Private and Public” bin sharing abilities; sophisticated “Folder Support”; “Notifications”; partial media downloads to each editor; License key safeguards; and the brand new DejaEdit Manager feature.

DejaEdit uses an intuitive “email” style interface, presented within the Avid environment, where bins and metadata can be shared with other users by simply dropping it into the Outbox, ToSet or ToVFX folders. Version 3 now allows editors to add subfolders to these pre-set folders to further organise shared media assets. A new notification system now alerts editors to available content and location. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tags: DejaEdit | DejaSoft | Avid | Bins | Folders | Security | Workflows | productions | remote | collaboration | editors | editing | post-production
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Why DejaEdit is considered an indispensable Collaborative tool in Film Productions Posted: 22/05/2020
Why DejaEdit is considered an indispensable Collaborative tool in Film Productions

Anna Knochenhauer is a well-respected Stockholm-based film producer/ post-producer with impressive titles to her name which include the likes of “Euphoria” featuring Alicia Vikander; “Welcome to Sweden” season 2 starring Jason Priestly and others.

Carving a successful career of VFX-heavy feature films and drama series, she declares DejaEdit is a revolutionary film tool that should be included in every production as industry standard. She uses DejaEdit in all her productions now, including recent films “Alone in Space” (2018), “White Wall” (2020) and “We Got This” (2020).

DejaEdit is a media file synchroniser that gives editors the ability to collaborate super-efficiently between multiple remote Avid editing platforms. “I depend on DejaEdit for all my productions because it ensures that the media files and timelines that we have created or imported in one connected system are shared and mirrored to the local or network storage of other connected systems. It all takes place quickly, securely and automatically in the background... 
The fact that DejaEdit ensures all media is pushed automatically to all connected Avids means that the Assistant Editor (AE) or Editors don’t ever have to search for any missing media files. DejaEdit has saved us a lot of time and headaches."

 

 

Tags: film | productions | remote | collaboration | workflow | file sharing | synchronizer | Avid | editing | editor | dailies | DejaSoft | DejaEdit | production workflows | DIT | VFX | postproduction
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DejaSoft extends half-price offer of DejaEdit licenses until end of July to assist with Remote Collaboration Posted: 28/04/2020
DejaSoft extends half-price offer of DejaEdit licenses until end of July to assist with Remote Collaboration

DejaSoft further assists with the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak by extending its 50% discount on all DejaEdit licenses until end of July. 

CEO Clas Hakeröd, “At this unprecedented time, we are extending our offer of 50% off all DejaEdit licenses. We hope to help studios, production companies, post production facilities and remote teams using Avid's creative tools. The deal is designed to help professionals complete their projects and to support them on any new work they undertake over this period.”

“As editors adapt to circumstances caused by the global pandemic, we continue to offer assistance to post and production communities to sustain a much-valued industry.” DejaSoft’s CTO Nikolai Waldman.

DejaEdit is a revolutionary utility that enables editors and operators to collaborate between multiple remote Avid editing platforms. It ensures that media and timelines created or imported in one connected system are shared and mirrored to the local or network storage of other connected systems. This takes place automatically, quickly and securely in the background, using an internet connection.

Applications include allowing multiple remote editors to work together on a single project, or speeding up file exchanges between location-based editors, DITs, and VFX houses, or allowing projects to be accessed anywhere, anytime, maintaining a robust and up-to-date local copy of all required media files.

 

Tags: remote editing | collaboration | Avid | editors | working from home | file synchronization | media file sharing | DejaSoft | DejaEdit | editor | Covid-19
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DejaSoft offers editors DejaEdit Licenses at half-price to assist with Remote Working Posted: 18/03/2020
DejaSoft offers editors DejaEdit Licenses at half-price to assist with Remote Working

DejaSoft offers editors 50% off all DejaEdit licenses over March and April.

DejaEdit plays an essential role in increasing productivity - allowing editors to share media files and timelines automatically and securely with remote co-workers around the world, without having to be online continuously.

“As editors adapt to the current world-wide virus precautions, we are offering assistance to the post-production community by providing half-price licenses. As of Thursday 19 March through to the end of April, we will provide DejaEdit licenses for Avid editors at half the usual cost.” DejaSoft’s CEO Clas Hakeröd confirms.

CTO at DejaSoft Nikolai Waldman adds, “In addition, we will help our customers implement DejaEdit in the best way possible to suit their current workflow.”

The benefits of DejaEdit are endless. It empowers multiple remote editors to work together. It assists exchanges of media with VFX houses, as well as enabling editors to easily migrate between office and home or mobile-based editing installations throughout the life-cycle of an entire project.

DejaEdit offers editors working on AvidNexis, MediaComposer and EditShare workflows, at studios, production companies and post facilities, a vital application that ensures media files and timelines are updated across multiple remote edit stations.

Contact sales@DejaSoft.com.

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Tags: remote working | home | virus | editors | outbreak | Covid-19 | editing | Avid | Media Composer | NEXUS | NEXIS | DejaEdit | DejaSoft | remote workflows | post-production | home-working | NAB 2020 | NAB 2020
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DejaSoft introduces file sharing synchronisation tool DejaEdit for editors at NAB2020 Posted: 10/03/2020
DejaSoft introduces file sharing synchronisation tool DejaEdit for editors at NAB2020

IABM-member DejaSoft is delighted to present for the first time at NAB2020, its "must have" file sharing and synchronisation tool for editors – DejaEdit

DejaEdit is a revolutionary collaborative editing film tool. It offers editors working on Avid Nexis, Media Composer and EditShare workflows, across studios, production companies and post facilities, a vital application that ensures media files, bins and timelines are kept up to date across multiple remote edit stations.

DejaEdit has already successfully been tried and tested on real-world projects, and well-established in Scandinavia and parts of Europe. Following its global launch earlier this year, Swedish-based DejaSoft owners Nikolai Waldman and Clas Hakeröd, both accomplished Avid editors themselves, will be available to meet and demonstrate DejaEdit’s capabilities at NAB.

DejaEdit plays an essential role in increasing productivity. It allows editors to transfer media files and timelines automatically and securely to co-workers around the world, without having to be online continuously.

DejaEdit makes it possible to work with multiple remote Avid systems virtually anywhere on earth. With global warming issues , and people encouraged to minimise unnecessary travel, industry professionals can take advantage of DejaEdit’s powerful file synchronizing capabilities without restrictions.

 

 

Tags: synchroniser | Avid | EditShare | workflows | editing | editors | remote editing | NAB2020 | NABShow2020 | file sharing | timeline | efficiency | DejaSoft | DejaEdit | NAB 2020 | NAB 2020
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Germanys Quatsch Comedy Club Edited with DaVinci Resolve Editor Keyboard Posted: 07/02/2020
Germanys Quatsch Comedy Club Edited with DaVinci Resolve Editor Keyboard

Blackmagic Design today announced that the latest series of Germany’s legendary stand up show, Quatsch Comedy Club, has been edited and graded on DaVinci Resolve Studio.

The Sky Deutschland show is filmed in front of a live comedy club audience with three live acts and one host taking to the Quatsch Comedy Club Theatre inside Friedrichstadtpalast in Berlin. Post production supervisor, Marius Fischer, has graded the show with DaVinci Resolve since 2015 and this year opted to expand its use on the series to encompass the edit as well.

Marius explains that all of the shows, including the revue style, as well as standalone solo episodes, are filmed, then all of the rushes are passed through to post, which normally takes around 60 days to deliver an entire season. “I was keen to put the editing side of Resolve through its paces on a major project, as I could see that there were efficiencies to be gained in our series workflow.”

A minimum of seven cameras capture every comedy set, meaning Marius has to manage a huge amount of footage for each of the shows. “I’ve found features such as Sync Bin essential, as it allows smooth playback, but without the massive file size of a multicam clip. Once all of that heavy lifting is taken away from your process, you have so much more time to focus on the actual editing and making the very best production that will keep audiences entertained.”

Marius has also cut this season working with the DaVinci Resolve Editor Keyboard, which he believes has added yet another layer of efficiency to his post workflow. “You can work freely with both hands and there’s very little need to use a mouse. I wanted to measure the time savings, so I carried out a little experiment. I tried to make nine cuts within a one minute long multicam clip from the series. Working with the keyboard took two minutes less.”

“I love how simple and reliable the whole approach is. Productions rarely follow a linear delivery path once in post and the ability to do everything in one application makes so much more sense,” he reveals. “The idea of jumping in and out of pages to make small changes when needed is far more intuitive and saves a huge amount of time. You can continue to finesse and refine the edit at any stage during post production, without ever needing to render out a new timeline.”

“Quatsch Comedy Club is such an institution in Germany. In fact, I grew up watching it with my family. It can feel quite surreal that I’m not only working on it, but that I’ve also been able to bring the very latest developments in post production, thanks to DaVinci Resolve, to keep the show fresh and funny for the next generation watching at home.”

Tags: Blackmagic Design | Blackmagic | DaVinci Resolve | Resolve | Editing | Editor Keyboard | Quatsch | Comedy | Post Production
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Storm upgrades to Avid NEXIS and takes the leap with HDR Posted: 12/12/2019
Storm upgrades to Avid NEXIS and takes the leap with HDR

Refreshed with a new-look, Storm Post Production has upgraded to Avid NEXIS | PRO, complete with MediaCentral | Editorial Management, developing and adapting its existing workflows to new technologies and providing a solid, consistent service for its clients. Storm’s impressive London facility is fully prepared for handling higher-resolution and HDR media, from ingest right through to delivery, with the new Avid products further improving production efficiency.

Storm is a multi-genre end-to-end post-production facility, specialising in factual documentaries and entertainment programmes for UK and international broadcasters. Its new Avid MediaCentral | Editorial Management workflow management system, together with upgraded Avid NEXIS shared storage, has been installed and configured by Altered Images and has already boosted Storm’s productivity. It has provided editors and production teams with greater workflow integration and flexibility, notably being able to access and edit media remotely.

“Our latest NEXIS and Editorial Management upgrade has really helped us streamline several processes and provide our customers with powerful tools to help satisfy their requirements and deliver content of a high-standard.” explained Jay Makwana, Storm’s Commercial Director. “We’re continuously looking for ways to develop and expand our capabilities in order to strengthen workflows and stay ahead of the curve.”

Tags: Altered Images | Storm | post production | HDR | edit | Avid | MediaCentral | Editorial Management | workflow | NEXIS
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Software start-up 7Mountains transforms the traditional newsroom with its new cloud-based storytelling system Posted: 04/09/2019
Software start-up 7Mountains transforms the traditional newsroom with its new cloud-based storytelling system

7Mountains, a software start-up from Media City Bergen, is launching DiNA at this year’s IBC show in Amsterdam. DiNA is a cloud-based storytelling tool for journalists and editors, built with modern, web-based technology and a focus on the end user.

Tags: 7Mountains | Mediability | DiNA | launch | IBC | journalists | editors | web | technology | broadcast | cloud | platform | software | IBC 2019 | IBC 2019
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NHL scores with GB Labs Posted: 12/08/2019
NHL scores with GB Labs

GB Labs, innovators of powerful and intelligent media storage solutions for the media and entertainment industries, has announced that North America’s National Hockey League (NHL) has purchased GB Labs’ MiniSPACE SSD 1RU storage system.

Tags: GB Labs | media storage solutions | storage | MiniSPACE | SPACE SSD | Ingest | editors | multi-platform | SSD | CORE.4 OS | data wrangler
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Blackmagic Design Announces New DaVinci Resolve Editor Keyboard Posted: 09/04/2019
Blackmagic Design Announces New DaVinci Resolve Editor Keyboard
Blackmagic Design today announced DaVinci Resolve Editor Keyboard, a new premium keyboard for DaVinci Resolve that dramatically improves the speed of editing because it allows the use of 2 hands while editing so transport control and selecting clips can be done while performing edits. DaVinci Resolve Editor Keyboard will be available in August from Blackmagic Design resellers worldwide for US$995.
Tags: Blackmagic Design | Blackmagic | BMD | DaVinci Resolve | Resolve | Editing | Editor | Keyboard | NAB 2019 | NAB 2019
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ACE TechFest Brings Editors and Latest Technologies Together Posted: 06/04/2019
ACE TechFest Brings Editors and Latest Technologies Together

American Cinema Editors (ACE) has unveiled its newest educational technology event: ACE TechFest (LA). ACE TechFest is a half-day event during which editors and post team members will be able to access users, experts and new products in a limited-seats-available environment that offers all of the information of a major trade show without the hassle, travel and frenzy. It will be held at the Universal Studios lot, June 8, 2019.

Tags: ACE | Editors | Editing | Technology | TechFest
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Sight, Sound and Story: Post Production Summit and rdquo; Returns for its Sixth Year to NYC on June 14, 2018 Posted: 18/05/2018
 and ldquo;Sight, Sound and amp; Story: Post Production Summit and rdquo; Returns for its Sixth Year to NYC on June 14, 2018

Oscar-nominated Kevin Tent, ACE, heads this year’s lineup of celebrated editors. Tickets available now. Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop), the east coast leader in training and certification for content creators, announces the return of Sight, Sound & Story: Post Production Summit, taking place June 14th at the NYIT Auditorium Theater on Broadway.

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