Woody Technologies Now Part of Avid’s Alliance Partner Program

In addition to Woody Technologies becoming a member of Avid’s Alliance Partner Program, the company demonstrated its new Woody in2it app for Avid MediaCentral at IBC 2017.

The Woody Technologies in2it server provides an integrated way to rewrap and transcode while supporting the complete handling of metadata.The Woody in2it app integrates with Avid's MediaCentral Cloud UX. The application is an easy-to-use and task-oriented graphical user interface that runs on virtually any operating system or mobile device. Its features are available to everyone connected to the MediaCentral platform, no matter where they may be located.

Woody Technologies also announced the company's new membership in the Avid Alliance Partner Program. Alliance Partner membership is by invitation only, requires a rigorous certification process, and gives Partners access to the Avid Sales Network, a worldwide distribution, sales, training, promotion, and support operation

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