Interplay | Delivery


Interplay | Delivery is a media service that links workgroups and enables multi-site workflows by smartly handling transfers of media, sequences, and shot lists between Interplay workgroups. Interplay | Access users can trigger full transfers, in which all of a selected media file is transferred, or partial transfers, in which only the selected portions of the media are transferred, re-linking in the Avid editing system at the other end of the pipeline.


  • Special delivery
  • Distributed workflow ready
  • Industrial strength
  • Distributed Media Services
  • Interplay | Delivery enables users to move just the files required, in just the way the receiving workgroup needs it. Select entire sequences, or portions of sequences, choose sequences, subclips, or even shot lists created in Interplay | Access, and send them from the desktop.

  • A key part of the remote client workflow, Interplay | Delivery simplifies and enables efficient proxy-editing workflows with a one-command transfer of all related media. It doesn’t require the local sender to be on a high-speed connection—a user can be virtually anywhere on an Interplay | Access or Avid MediaCentral | UX client.

  • Easily accommodate high-traffic, high-velocity, and multi-site workflows by deploying multiple Interplay | Delivery systems and Receivers. Interplay | Delivery allows you to create and select unique job profiles that automatically route media transfers to specific Delivery Receivers. You can even use job profiles to invoke other media transport service providers like Aspera when the highest transfer speeds are needed.

  • Like Interplay | TranscodeInterplay | MoveInterplay | Archive, and Interplay | Copy, Interplay | Delivery leverages the resource-efficient and rule-based Distributed Media Services (DMS) job brokering technology. Media Services reduce editing suite time and costs by swiftly and intelligently handling non-creative tasks in the background.


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