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Marquis Launched Worx4 Pro at NAB 2016 New York

Marquis debuted Worx4 Pro, its first project and storage management productivity tool for Adobe Premiere Pro CC at NAB New York.

Marquis will also demonstrate the latest version of Project Parking which archives, moves and restores Avid projects and analyses and manages media to optimise edit storage utilisation. Project Parking is certified and supported by Avid and used around the world to help manage Avid edit storage.

Also in the Parking range, is Workspace Parking: Marquis’ “set & forget” business continuity solution for Avid workspaces, designed to get high value productions back up and running in minutes. The latest functionality on show includes Avid workspace synchronisation: Workspace Parking Sync, which intelligently and automatically synchronises production critical workspaces to different locations.

“Worx4 Pro is an easy to use $199 tool that helps editors ensure all the media referenced within a project is available and on line, so the complete project can be safely saved or shared. Importantly Worx4 Pro warns the editor if referenced media is only local, to avoid sharing projects that are missing critical files.”
— Paul Glasgow, Sales and Marketing Director, Marquis Broadcast
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