02.06.2005 08:00 AM
Avid’s Alienbrain Studio 7.1 now available

Avid’s Alienbrain Studio 7.1 asset management software - offering increased support for creative teams developing computer graphic-centric TV shows and animated film projects - is now available.

As an integral part of the Avid Computer Graphics production pipeline, Alienbrain Studio 7.1 enables CG professionals to work more productively with new and enhanced features, faster previews, expanded help and search capabilities, and improvements for remote collaboration.

The software enhances all stages of the digital content creation process by storing, versioning and tracking assets in a central location, and offering powerful plug-ins for 2-D and 3-D tools. The new version speeds up the display, local caching, and server-side pre-generation of thumbnails and previews. Change set workflows have also been optimized and extended with support for changes as entire logical entities.

Searching capabilities now include a flexible search across asset and change set histories, as well as across local assets. The software also incorporates context-sensitive help options.

Alienbrain Studio is available in a number of configurations from www.alienbrain.com/purchase and from authorized resellers.

For more information, visit www.avid.com.

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