The following is the fifth in a series of five blog posts from Rob D’Amico, Senior Product Manager for professional film and video editing solutions, which will cover key changes in Media Composer 6.5.2. You can follow Rob on Twitter at @_RobDAmico_.
My name is Rob D'Amico (Media Composer family of products product manager), and I will be contributing to this blog throughout 2013. The goal is to bring more awareness to editors, 3rd party partners, resellers and other industry folks that have an interest in the Media Composer family. My topics of discussions will range from product news, new features, important bug fixes, tips and tutorials, 3rd party programs and anything else that could be of interest to folks relating to our pro film and video editing solutions. I hope this is useful information to you all, as I look forward to an exciting 2013 with a lot of topics to talk about.
Back in late December we released an update to our current shipping version; Media Composer 6.5.2, Symphony 6.5.2 and NewsCutter 10.5.2. This release includes many bug fixes improving performance and stability in a lot of areas of the applications such as scrubbing, color correction, trimming, mouse wheel stepping, stabilize effects, marker comment entry and bin saving.
One area of interoperability we’re excited to release in this version is Interplay Sphere on Mac.
Courtesy Wim Van den Broeck (@editorbelga)
Interplay Sphere playback support on Mac now enables editors using a Mac CPU to take their projects home or on the road with them. With Interplay Sphere editors have the ability to access to their media and assets located on their Interplay Production with just an internet connection with at least a 3G connection.
You can try out this change for yourself with the free 30-day Media Composer trial. If you have any questions, be sure to connect with the team in our Professional Video Editing Forums.
See you there!