Hedge 22.3 - the fastest Hedge, by a landslide. Plus: Finder & Explorer integrations. Back in 2016, spinning hard disks (HDDs) were the go-to option; large capacity SSDs were still unaffordable to many productions. That's what we consequently built Hedge's copy engines for, to make use of every bit of
Working together, without constraints
Mimiq is now part of the Hedge family. That’s good news for everyone, including existing Mimiq customers. Read on to find out why. It's a natural instinct for editors to work together on a video production. For Media Composer users, Mimiq enables collaborative editing without having to buy into
Hedge announces Mimiq acquisition, iodyne hardware partnership and iconik® transcoding integration with EditReady
Mimiq acquisition boosts Hedge’s Avid collaboration Mimiq [https://hedge.video/mimiq], the industry-leading Avid bin-locking technology, has joined the Hedge software family, where it will expand Hedge’s range of collaborative tools. The software, acquired from Indiestor, will continue to be developed, enhanced and supported by Hedge, and existing
EditReady now supports Canon RAW and the new ARRI ALEXA 35 camera
July's 22.3 release adds the popular Canon Cinema RAW Light format as well as support for ARRI's new ALEXA 35 camera A quick recap on RAW RAW video retains the complete information from a camera's sensor. But there's a price to pay: huge files, complicated processing even to see
EditReady 22.2: Color Awareness, precision color pipeline, Sony RAW & X-OCN
The advent of HDR, RAW video, and wider colorspaces mean that post-production workflows are dramatically better at dealing with high-end images today than they were a decade ago. That in itself is awesome. But for post-professionals to make the most of the myriad of technical and creative choices it brings,
New in Hedge 22.1 One of our earliest blogs, “Folders are not metadata [https://blog.hedge.video/why-we-need-a-sidecar-for-offloads-4c5d2c783d5d/]” made a lot of people rethink their workflow, and we’ve heard it’s become essential reading for many. While that blog made a very striking point about not using folder
We've raised $3M, and what that means for you.
Huge news today! After riding a rollercoaster for six years straight, we felt it was time to take it up a notch. So, we did an investment round. Boring? Usually, yes. But not this one, we promise 🤞 For starters, we're not raising money to fuel user growth. We’re doing
Drive, LucidLink, or both?
Chances are that when you're reading this, you already found out that consumer clouds like Dropbox and Google Drive don't cut it when editing (sorry, bad pun). Maybe someone told you they're using Drive with great results. But you also had a look at LucidLink, as someone else told you
Last year, Hedge's roadmap was focused on helping you spend less [https://blog.hedge.video/sorting/] and less [https://blog.hedge.video/presets/] (and less [https://blog.hedge.video/the-all-new-connect-15ae83d0b54b/]) time with Hedge. Before we venture out into new directions, we have a few more tidbits in store to make
Pinning & Avid Remote Locking for Drive
Spring is here, and so is a new Postlab. After three months of many small releases with improvements, fixes, adding a gazillion progress indicators, building a new architecture to support huge FCP libraries, and releasing tiny plans for Drive, Postlab 21.2 is the first of this year's major updates.
Hedge joins the Netflix Production Technology Alliance
This week marks an important milestone for our industry: Netflix's Production Technology Alliance program has added a category for data management [https://pta.netflixstudios.com/hedge]. Meet Production Data Management [https://pta.netflixstudios.com/participating-products]. As this is an alliance, the program isn't just about recommending hardware or software for
Sorting media, and more...
Four features that make media management life even easier. With three major Hedge releases, Mono on the iPad, a completely new Foolcat, and two major Canister updates, all within a year, it's time for a shift in focus for the Hedge team. In every work environment it's the details that