How to set up and tackle a free-flowing collaborative workflow is one of the biggest challenges for video editing teams. Avid zeros in on this issue with a new blog series on Media Composer editors. If you are looking for solutions to team collaboration in your studio, this is a good start. You also don't want to miss our amazing shared storage bundles centered around Avid NEXIS | Pro, features on this page.
In this article, we’ll look at how Media Composer helps editors collaborate together to tackle big projects. Media Composer is built for team collaboration. When deadlines are tight, big projects need multiple editors to get the job done, and Media Composer makes it easy to do that by sharing assets. In fact, editors can seamlessly work on the same project at the same time. Color correction, new sequences, audio edits—every change is reflected in each user’s timeline with every save. One of the reasons editors love Media Composer is its rock-solid media management. Large projects can often mean hundreds of hours of footage in a variety of different formats. Luckily, Media Composer keeps track of all of these assets for the team of editors. Source material, rendered files, and metadata are all organized automatically for the workflow. So your team can focus on editing, and not on wrangling, sorting, and finding clips....[continue reading on Avidblogs.com]