ShotPut Pro screen shot showing new simple mode for faster offloading and MHL reports.
Imagine Products has announced that, at the 2019 NAB Show, their booth will feature the theme of “new”, including new licensing options, new partners, and a new website.
Imagine Products NAB 2019 show offerings will span from new licenses and bundles, to website and activation systems.
Notably, ShotPut Pro, has a new look and new features — including a new simple mode for faster offloading and MHL reports — which will be shown for the first time at the 2019 NAB Show. In collaboration with partners, Codex and Frame.io, Imagine Products has focused on creating an offering a more complete workflow to users.
The product also comes with new licensing options: perpetual or rental. All perpetual licenses include an update plan that gives users 12 months of updates. While update plans might expire, users will always have access to their licenses and will never be forced to have an update plan. If the update plan expires, users will stay on that version of the software until they decide to purchase a current update plan.
The company's new rental licenses serve the ever-growing number of customers that rely on rental equipment for greater flexibility. Rental licenses allow customers to add work stations to a larger job, provide tools for projects they might not normally need, and familiarize themselves with a product that they might be curious about. These rental licenses are available for most of the company's software. Furthermore, customers can bundle the software that works well together for a cohesive experience.
Meanwhile, Imagine Products has redesigned its website and activation functions to be both easier to use and more agile, giving customers more control over their licenses.
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