Remote Picture Labs has introduced the RPL Platform, a modular offering of cloud-based post-production solutions that bring unprecedented flexibility, uncompromising performance, and unparalleled efficiency to workflows from pre-production through delivery.
The RPL Platform seamlessly shifts decentralized post-production teams to more agile remote workflows, enabling them to use the same tools and software products on existing media and projects.
The central offering within the Platform is RPL Edit, which leverages RPL’s fault-tolerant private cloud and high-performance workstations — running Avid or Adobe applications — to provide a hybrid on-prem/remote editing solution that enables full collaboration between team members, no matter where they’re located. RPL can receive content from any worldwide secure source and make it available to creatives working anywhere. Thanks to ultra-fast 10Gb connectivity and secure transport using PCoIP technology, editors and producers can enjoy picture, audio, and system response identical to that of a traditional editing bay.
Other modules currently available within the RPL Platform include RPL Dailies, RPL Finish, and RPL Archive, which facilitates archiving of projects in any format and rapid restores of archived projects as needed. Any of these RPL Platform modules can be implemented as a stand-alone solution or with other modules as part of a larger post-production workflow. RPL works closely with customers to customize just the right solution for every project and scale it to address new creative team additions, increased processing demands, and other changes to the collaborative work environment.
With decades of experience in digital post-production workflows, the RPL team provides exceptional IP-centric service and support. Managing all the technical details for every RPL Platform solution, RPL frees producers, editors, and other creatives to focus on what they do best: telling stories.
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