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DejaSoft Launches Collaborative Editing Solution

Allows editors to transfer media files and timelines around the world

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DejaSoft has globally launched DejaEdit, a collaborative editing solution for Avid Media Composer, Avid Nexis and EditShare workflows.

Already established in Scandinavia and parts of Europe, DejaEdit allows editors to transfer media files and timelines automatically and securely to co-workers around the world, without having to be online continuously.

DejaEdit allows multi-site post facilities to work as one, enabling multiple remote editors to work together and to easily migrate between office and home or mobile-based editing installations throughout the life cycle of a project.

“As editors ourselves, we fully understand what post production editors require in order to work more efficiently,” says DejaSoft CEO Clas Hakeröd. “We have worked extremely hard to achieve the status DejaEdit enjoys in our region as a robust and reliable solution. We now feel the time is right to share DejaEdit with the rest of the world and we want editors everywhere to fully enjoy its benefits across the globe.”

DejaSoft CTO Nikolai Waldman adds, “This is an exciting start to the year for DejaSoft and we expect DejaEdit to appeal to many international editors who are looking for an affordable film tool that is both cost-effective and time-saving.

“The global launch of DejaEdit includes features such as the automatic synchronization of bins and media and automatic daily backups of a whole Avid Media Composer project. We are confident that DejaEdit will drive substantial future growth, lead into new regions and open up further innovative product development opportunities.”

The company noted high-profile film projects that have used DejaEdit, including The Favourite and The Lobster, whose editor Yorgos Mavropsaridis said: “DejaEdit is reliable and makes it easy and fast to edit in parallel – and from a distance.”