Group It For Me!

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May 1 2015

Making waves in the editing world... AFTRS editing alumnus Jason Jamieson has launched an online service that expedites the grouping and multigrouping processes for Avid Media Composer, enabling producers, editors and assistant editors to turn a process that currently takes hours to do manually, into a process that only takes seconds.

Users simply export their Avid sequence into an AAF file which is then processed through the Group It For Me! platform and then import the revised 'GROUPED' AAF back into Avid Media Composer.

Jason's exposure to editorial workflows from around the world coupled with his background as a software developer gave him the unique skillset to produce a web application like this for the Film & Television industry.

Visit Group It For Me! website for more information >


Image attribution: Production still from AFTRS student film Remnants (2011).

 


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