04.01.2009 08:54 AM
Blue Order to offer upgrades at NAB2009

Blue Order will be demonstrating upgrades to its Media Archive MAM system at NAB2009.

Media Archive enables application service providers to offer computer-based services to their customers over a network. Media Archive's established Cataloging Client has been revised, and the new CataLogger now enable faster, more efficient editing. Metadata can easily be copied between media objects and metadata pages for accelerated annotation.

Media Archive now offers its own browse editor. The new Media Archive Edit PRO is an editing application for journalists and producers that allows basic editing on office PCs. Media Archive Edit PRO works on proxy video files and comes with comprehensive video and audio features such as transitions and support for multiple tracks and voice-over. Projects can be exported to Final Cut Pro and Avid editing systems.



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