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Grass Valley EDIUS Workgroup 8 Nonlinear Editing

EDIUS Workgroup 8 means more formats and more resolutions in real time for the ability toEdit Anything, Anywhere, whether as a standalone user in the field or within network connected production infrastructures. EDIUS Workgroup 8 is the perfect finishing tool for broadcast news, news magazine content and studio programs, as well as organizational, documentary and 4K theatrical productions. With more creative options and real-time, no-render editing of all popular SD, HD and even 4K formats, EDIUS Workgroup 8 is THE most versatile and fastest nonlinear editing software available.
 
Key Features
  • Interoperability with GV STRATUS (requires GV STRATUS Connect option)
    Launch from GV STRATUS settings, or independently
    Export different formats to different destinations within the GV STRATUS environment
  • K2 Clip/K2 Program import/export (requires K2 Connect option)
    K2 Clip capture
    Capture and edit a growing file on K2
    K2 4K CMF import (beta)
  • Superior 4K workflow, including support for Blackmagic Design’s DeckLink 4K Extreme, Ultra Studio 4K, AJA KONA 3G (preview only) and EDL or AAF import/export with Grass Valley HQX with DaVinci Resolve 11
  • Supports third-party I/O hardware from Blackmagic Design, Matrox and AJA
  • Edit media files with different resolutions — from 24x24 to 4Kx2K 
  • Real-time conversion of frame rates on the same timeline delivers more efficient editing into the hands of editors
  • Fast, flexible user interface, including unlimited video, audio, title and graphics tracks
  • Support for the latest file formats — Sony XVAC (Intra/Long GOP)/XVAC S, Panasonic AVC-Ultra/AVC-Intra 4K 422 (import only) and Canon 1D C M-JPEG/4K MXF
  • Work natively with many different video formats, such as Sony XDCAM, Panasonic P2, Ikegami GF, RED, Canon XF format and EOS movie format
  • Fastest AVCHD editing on the market (up to 3+ streams in real time)
  • Multicam editing of up to 16 different sources simultaneously, with video output support
  • Improved MPEG encoder speed and quality
  • Improved H.264/AVC decoder
  • Accelerated 4K H.264 playback
  • Optimized for fourth-generation Intel Core i architecture
  • New GUI design for faster workflows
  • 64-bit native processing with maximum memory access for streamlined real-time editing
  • Proxy mode workflow for legacy computers helps extend their usability and increase ROI
  • Supports Intel Quick Sync Video for extremely fast export and Blu-ray Disc burning
  • Fast handling of large quantities of still image files (JPG, TGA, DPX and others)
  • OFX support for Magic Bullet and Sapphire plug-ins
  • Ability to save a current project as a template in order to re-use preferred track settings, screen layout, etc.
  • Primary color correction (RGB) LOG (Sony/Canon/Panasonic)
  • RAW decode (Sony/Canon)
  • Secondary color correction (YUV)
  • Motion tracking
  • Draft preview mode
  • Built-in loudness meter
  • Built-in image stabilization
  • Direct to Blu-ray Disc and DVD timeline export
  • Native DNxHD import/export
  • AAF workflow with Avid Media Composer
  • Dolby Digital Professional/Plus import/export
  • EDIUS Workgroup includes a Dolby consumer license as standard, which is applicable to corporate and consumer use of Dolby audio. For use in broadcast applications, the Dolby Professional/Plus license is available as an option for EDIUS Workgroup
  • The K2 Connect option (purchased separately) supports K2 servers and storage, and an improved 4K workflow – the ability to edit growing 4K files and to be able to export 4K CMF files back to the K2 server
 
The Future of EDIUS Workgroup 8
Throughout the life of EDIUS 8.x there will continuous improvements, all provided at no extra cost to users. New features planned for future releases include:
  • High quality slow-motion (optical flow)
  • Closed captioning support (view/editing)
  • Support for 4K displays
  • Background rendering
  • Frame rate converter
  • Loudness auto adjust
(feature list subject to change)

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