This award, the company's third Emmy in less than one year, marks Avid's 14th Emmy statuette for innovation
Avid will be honored with Ikegami for its joint role in developing the Editcam system, which was the first solution to fully define and practically implement the now commonly accepted functionality, feature set, advantages and practices of file-based workflows in nonlinear field editing systems. Many of Editcam’s ground-breaking features and functions ‘ nonlinear file navigation, file and folder management/clip deletion, clip metadata tags, conditional recording, time lapse recording, timeline editing in camera, LAN/WAN connectivity ‘ are integrated into a range of today’s leading cameras.
“Innovation is at the core of all we do and Avid is honored and privileged to once again be recognized by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for our role in developing technology that enables our customers to be more collaborative and productive,” said Avid COO Kirk Arnold. “This award is also a testament to how beneficial our partnerships with other leading companies like Ikegami can be. We’re focused on advancing innovation across the media industry to provide our joint customers with the most cost-effective and efficient workflows. Avid extends its congratulations to everyone involved in developing and advancing this technology.”
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