DFT Introduces Cloud-Based Dailies System
Teams with 1o1Media for Pay-Per-Use Model
Stressing affordability in the year of the cloud, DFT Digital Film Technology is integrating its FLEXXITY dailies software for the Mac with online content distribution through cloud video provider 1o1Media. The new system, FLEXXITY + 1o1, will be available from the beginning of NAB next week through July 31 at a special price of $2599 that includes 100 hours of usage of 1o1media's management and distribution services along with a full FLEXXITY software license.
Introduced last year, FLEXXITY Dailies supports ProRes, QuickTime, MXF and DPX along with a variety of digital camera formats (including ARRIRAW and R3D) and handles sync, timeline editing, color-correction, scaling, and other functions including transcoding footage to different file formats. Dailies deliverables that are generated by FLEXXITY are shared and reviewed through 1o1's private cloud platform. 1o1 says its system includes DRM, rights management, file encryption, and watermarking. (The company's founder and CEO, Rainer Knebel, is a veteran of Ascent Media and Thomson Grass Valley.) Look for it at DFT's NAB booth: C11145.