NAB 2013: Dalet releasing new version of sports-friendly Dalet One Cut editor
Dalet Digital Media Systems is releasing the second generation of the Dalet One Cut editor, which now includes video editing capability, at NAB 2013. Dalet One Cut was conceived as a multimedia editor that would encompass radio, TV, Internet and mobile content production. Designed on the principles of user accessibility, it is suitable for users who are not fully-trained video editors.
The initial version of Dalet One Cut focused on audio production and was well-received with more than 5000 licences in current use. The new version, says Dalet, unleashes the full capability of the powerful media engine to include multitrack video editing.
Kevin Savina, director of product management at Dalet, comments: “The framework of Dalet One Cut makes it extremely fast and flexible. It’s a modular solution that can be customised to accommodate many different skillsets and scenarios with workspaces and templates that can range from simple to advanced. For instance, configurations can display only very basic functions like those needed for fast news editing and voice-over recording. Or, it’s possible to expose many and more intricate features for expert editors. Dalet One Cut is all about providing editing workflows — whether for audio, video, web or multimedia — that work best for your operation. It’s also possible to create custom layouts or templates for specific tasks with a workspace that displays only the tools needed for particular tasks such as audio dubbing, video trimming design or manipulating audio tracks. Dalet One Cut provides real value as a single, multipurpose tool that can be used in many different ways within an organisation.”
This version of Dalet One Cut is designed for use in standalone or integrated mode with the Dalet Galaxy platform. It is currently available in standalone mode and will be fully integrated into the new Dalet Galaxy platform later this year. Dalet is also offering a transition path for current customers operating on the Dalet Enterprise MAM platform.