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Marquis to Launch Worx4 X for Apple FCP X at 2017 NAB Show

At 2017 NAB Show Marquis will officially launch Worx4 X, the brand-new app which consolidates Apple Final Cut Pro X projects . It massively reduces project size, without quality loss or using compression.

Worx4 X is a new addition to their suite of ‘helper’ apps for editors. First previewed at BVE, Worx4 X can reduce the size of a high shooting ratio project by more than 90%, making sharing, delivering and archiving fully editable FCP X projects faster, easier, and more reliable. Worx4 X achieves the reduction in project size by taking the media used in an Apple FCP X project and copying it to a new location whilst trimming with handles. It is a simple yet effective app which will significantly transform the speed editors can share projects working with Apple FCP X.

At the NAB Show Marquis Broadcast will also demonstrate Worx4 Pro, a media discovery tool for Adobe Premiere ProCC that was first introduced at IBC last year. Worx4 Pro identifies where all the media in a project is stored, which ensures editors never deliver a project with missing media. 

In addition, on show at NAB will be Edit Bridge for users of Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe After Effects CC and Apple FCP X with Avid ISIS NEXIS and Interplay. Edit Bridge enables Avid Interplay content to be found and used in multiple editing applications resulting in super slick integrations and allowing non-Avid editors to work seamlessly within an Avid Interplay environment. 

Marquis’ staff will also be on-hand to show Project and Workspace Parking, the company’s tools for ISIS NEXIS storage analysis, optimisation, productivity, archive and business continuity. Certified by Avid, Project Parking is the complete Avid storage management solution which archives, moves and restores Avid projects and analyses and manages media to optimise edit storage utilisation. Workspace Parking is Marquis’ ‘set & forget’ business continuity solution for Avid workspaces, designed to get high value productions back up and running in minutes. 

“Our aim is to make our technology seamless to enable our clients to focus on creativity. We are looking forward to meeting new and existing clients and introducing our latest innovations designed to increase efficiencies and smooth workflows at NAB 2017.”
Paul Glasgow, Sales & Marketing Director, Marquis Broadcast
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