08.30.2013 01:06 PM
Aframe’s New Logger to Debut at IBC2013
New product speeds up and simplifies the logging process
At IBC 2013, Aframe will debut its new feature, Logger. According to the company, Logger is a stand-alone cloud-based solution that makes logging footage simple, fast and convenient – and speeds up the transition from shoot to edit.

Accessible via a Web interface, Aframe Logger allows broadcast and production teams to find that ‘needle in a haystack’ moment, “without the pain typically associated with logging,” says Aframe’s media material. This said, Logger retains the familiar format of specifying ‘In’ points, ‘Out’ points, Shot and Sync – so there’s no training required.

With Aframe Logger, users can add ‘In’ and ‘Out’ points with a simple shortcut key stroke. They can also automatically and accurately add logs to the timecode – no need to manually type the timecode – and search logs to find the exact moment they need.

The 2013 IBC Show takes place in Amsterdam, September 12-17, 2013. Aframe will be at stand 9.B13.


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Posted by: John Anderson
Wed, 01-01-2014 09:00 AM Report Comment
Great new Logger feature.

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