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Marquis Debuts Bridging with Avid to Apple Interchange and Improved Collaboration in Mixed Editing Workflows (28/8/2009)
Marquis Broadcast, specialist in content workflows and media integration software, is debuting Bridging, a new product for editing workflows, at IBC 2009 (Stand 2.A58). Bridging provides a simple method for Apple Final Cut Pro and Avid editors to exchange timelines between systems thereby improving workflow flexibility in digital post and broadcast environments.
Using Bridging, Avid and Apple editors are able to exchange timelines in the background between editing systems in a simple intuitive drag and drop operation. Bridging moves the required media and EDL metadata from one system to the other so that the edit can be continued once the media arrives at its new destination.
Bridging also gives facility managers more freedom when organising projects and allocating resources by providing further opportunity for improved collaboration when a mixture of editing systems is in use. Different best of breed editing systems can be easily integrated into a single cohesive and efficient workflow to better accommodate different stages of the production.
"As part of our ongoing commitment to product development, we are delighted to be announcing Bridging at IBC 2009," said Granby Patrick, Partner Director, Technology, Marquis Broadcast. "This new product provides a simple and efficient route to streamline the movement of media between different editing systems without incurring tedious problems due to file format incompatibilities."
Bridging is available immediately as part of Marquis' Medway media transfer and format conversion software and will be available as a stand-alone product from November 2009.
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