A collection of video production services, Atomos’ Cloud Studio has been launched with two new cloud-based video production services for sharing and real-time collaboration.
Atomos Capture to Cloud uploads files from Atomos network-connected devices to cloud-based platforms, including Frame.io. Atomos Stream uses any Atomos network enabled device to live stream to popular platforms like Facebook Live, Twitch, YouTube, and more.
Cloud Studio was also developed in partnership with MAVIS, which has released a free version of the MAVIS Pro Camera – an app that acts as a 4K video camera for filmmakers, and which will work with the Atomos Cloud Studio after future updates.
Capture to Cloud also allows users to share clips with remote team members from a camera with the new Atomos Connect or Shogun Connect devices. Over the past two years, online review and collaboration platforms have become essential services and transformed the relationship between production and post, said Atomos.
By removing the need to manually offload cards during production and wait for rushes to be reviewed, cloud workflows break down the traditional divisions that exist between production and post, bringing teams closer.
Capture to Cloud adds new dimensions to these systems by allowing more cameras than ever before to be connected to online services and by introducing faster ways to upload footage. It also includes support for Atomos AirGlu technology, which enables direct communication between devices and provides a wireless timecode lock, an essential feature for all multi-camera post-production workflows.
Atomos’s booth C9526 at the 2022 NAB Show, which ended yesterday, evoked interest from production and post professionals.