Post production house Evolutions has launched ‘Evolutions at Home’ to enable editors to produce content remotely.

‘Evolutions at Home’ has been designed by Evolutions to better navigate the rapidly changing technology landscape and was created in response to the need for remote editing enforced by the global pandemic.

The advanced and secure Avid home solution provides fast and reliable remote editing workflow at a significantly reduced cost compared to a Soho edit.

The remote cutting service allows productions to edit from any location with a broadband connection to access the Avid software and native media hosted at Evolutions post-production facilities.

The system can facilitate multiple edits remotely or in the facility all of which are accessing the same media. Editors can securely share their screen, live, with other members of the production to aid creative collaboration, as if they were in the facility.

Contained in a professional flight case the Evo’s at home-kit can be delivered to any location in the UK and is pre-configured, tested to ensure optimal performance, and sanitised to comply with Covid regulations.

The kit includes dual monitors, Avid key-board, mouse, mic, headphones, and the innovative new box giving full secure and seamless access to Avid, infinite storage, and all support services.

For editors who prefer to use their own hardware, a secure log-in allows access to the whole package with technical support available 24/7.

‘Evolutions at Home’ integrates with all other Evo’s services including remote ingest, automatic transcription, secure archiving, and accelerated file delivery along with all other cloud-based collaboration tools.

Simon Kanjee, Evolutions CEO said: “The introduction of ‘Evolutions at Home’ is the perfect example of our ongoing strategy to invest in and create pioneering systems that enhance our range of services and support our clients. During the ever-changing media landscape, it’s important to Evolutions that we create products that transform and drive end-to-end efficiency whilst still maintaining world-class output.”

 

 

Jon Creamer