06.18.2008 09:22 AM
EditShare introduces Universal Media File

EditShare has introduced new technology that creates a single media file that can be used in both Avid and Final Cut Pro editing environments. The Universal Media File technology works in conjunction with EditShare’s Flow Ingest. It allows media to easily be shared and used by editors working on both Avid and Final Cut Pro systems. There’s no need to tie up ingest channels or create multiple files of the same media for use on different systems.

Files produced in DV25, DV50 and DVCPRO HD can be ingested as universal media files in EditShare. Additional formats such as IMX will be supported in the future.

The Universal Media File technology is included with EditShare Flow Ingest and enables media capture in one format with simultaneous outputs to multiple formats including Apple Pro Res and Avid MXF as well as low-proxy formats.

For more information, visit www.editshare.com.

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