DejaSoft has announced DejaEdit, a collaborative editing solution for Avid Media Composer, Avid Nexis and EditShare workflows.
DejaSoft said DejaEdit allows editors to transfer media files and timelines automatically and securely to co-workers around the world, without having to be online continuously. DejaEdit effectively acts as a powerful media file synchronizer for multiple remote Avid systems.
The applications and advantages of DejaEdit include allowing multi-site post facilities to work as one, empowering multiple remote editors to work together, exchanges of media with VFX houses, as well as enabling editors to migrate between office and home or mobile-based editing installations throughout the life cycle of an entire project.
DejaEdit is now accessible to all markets across the UK, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, Asia, Africa, China, Canada and North America. The software is available in two signature applications — Client and Nexus.
The “Client” version works directly with Avid Media Composer, whereas the “Nexus” variant further enables synchronization with projects stored on Avid Nexis or EditShare storage systems.
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