Aspera, a provider of data transfer technology, and Rising Sun Research, an Australian software development company, have signed a technology partnership to provide VFX, animation, film production, network television and digital intermediate facilities with enhanced media review and approval solutions.
According to Aspera, cineSync is a remote review and approval tool based on Apple QuickTime technology. By synchronizing the timeline and playback of movies, users can view their work with anyone, anywhere in the world at the same time. Expanding on cineSync, cineSync Pro takes interactive, real-time reviews to another level and is becoming an part of production and post-production pipelines.
The first manifestation of the technology partnership will be included in the next release of cineSync Pro, which will integrate Aspera transfer capabilities as a superior transport option to move the media to be reviewed between users.
Cary Capece, senior vice president of sales and business development at Aspera, said: With the integration of Aspera’s transport technologies to cineSync Pro, Aspera and RSR are paving the way for the ultimate media review and approval system – enabling maximum media transfer speed and real-time visual collaboration at global distances.