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Carolina Panthers Maximize Content and Productivity with Avid Shared Workflows

We’ve done a lot more high-res work this year. I’ve directed multiple shoots with anamorphic lenses and added higher-end drone footage, all shot at UltraHD or higher. What I love about Avid is whatever is in my mind’s eye, I can create inside Avid.

PAT STAGE, PANTHERVISION MANAGER OF PRODUCTION

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Full Sail University Builds Avid Audio and Video Editing Tools Into Curriculum

Film students will be working and editing their projects in Avid Media Composer and Symphony. We’ll have audio students working in Pro Tools, editing and mixing the sounds: dialog, sound effects and music. And, we’ll bring it all together in the dub stage.

SCOTT DANSBY, DIRECTOR OF INDUSTRY RELATIONS

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Mad Old Nut Delivers Content 5x Faster and At Lower Cost with Avid Shared Storage

The Avid NEXIS SSD is a game changer for us. It really opens up possibilities for us because it takes a fraction of the time to render with its network speed and data rate.

TODD ULMAN, FOUNDER, CHAIRMAN, CEO, AND CREATIVE FORCE BEHIND MAD OLD NUT PRODUCTIONS

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Avid NEXIS Adds Speed and Collaboration for Interspot Film

NEXIS permits a central working method which is not only convenient, but also saves us a great deal of time, especially for time-critical productions,

MARIO MAISLINGER, CTO, INTERSPOT

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Interview with Ryan Axe—Part One: The Adventure Begins

The main advantage Avid has over the competition is the ease of working in a shared environment with a team of assistants and editors. That is essential in a fast paced environment.

RYAN AXE, ASSISTANT EDITOR, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT

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Interview with Ryan Axe—Part Two: The Role of the Assistant Editor

The assistants are there so the editor can focus fully on creative decisions. Any chance we get to be creative will be dependent on the editor asking for something, like temp VFX or sound design.

RYAN AXE, ASSISTENT EDITOR, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT

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