Collaborate in Real Time with Over-the-Shoulder Workflows

With a distributed workforce, being able to review content and work collaboratively “over the shoulder” of an editor in-person isn’t always possible. Avid | Edit On Demand enables you to simulate the experience virtually using SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) over the Internet. Here’s how this technology makes remote video review and collaboration without boundaries possible.


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Stream your output to anyone, anywhere, anytime

Using Media Composer | Ultimate in the cloud, editors can share sequences by streaming their video and audio output via SRT at the highest quality, enabling anyone, anywhere with an SRT-enabled client or device to view the playback in real time over the Internet.
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Stress less with built-in security

SRT is extremely secure and reliable, providing end-to-end 128/256-bit AES encryption, so your valuable content is always protected. Plus, you can password-protect streams and set other security options when sending output to devices for total peace of mind.

Get the flexibility you need

SRT is an open-source protocol adopted by over 500 companies and growing, so you can deliver content to any SRT-enabled decoder, set-top box, video player, or mobile device. This gives you tremendous flexibility and efficiency when implementing an over-the-shoulder solution, streamlining costs.
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Putting it in play…

You can deliver a single output from Media Composer l Ultimate to a single receive point connected with any device when only two people are involved, such as an editor and reviewer.

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Or distribute multiple outputs to multiple devices at the same time by integrating Haivision SRT Gateway, enabling more contributors to collaborate simultaneously.

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