Avid Media Composer Distributed Processing

Avid Media Composer Professional Subscription model includes the recently updated Distributed Processing feature.

Media Composer Distributed Processing lets users turn any group of computers into a network-connected transcoding and processing farm. In this way, editors can offload processor-intensive content creation workflow tasks to any available local computer, freeing up their editing workstations. This exciting feature of Avid software is included with subscriptions to Media Composer Enterprise software.

Distributed Processing encompasses a number of important functions such as transcoding, consolidation, rendering, mixing, and exporting. The flexibility of the Avid system allows multiple complex jobs to be set up to run in the background at any time, even overnight. Similarly, the system comes with a web-based control panel that allows users to track, modify, monitor, prioritize and filter jobs remotely.

Dave Colantuoni, vice president of product management at Avid, sees Media Composer Distributed Processing as a key tool to “accelerate workflows by reducing delays that result from running processor-intensive tasks, helping teams to work smarter, not harder.”

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By • 27 Aug, 2021
• Section: Postpro