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Jan 25

Written by: masterblogger
1/25/2013 11:55 AM  RssIcon

Gobbler, the purpose-built cloud for digital media creators, announced today the release of its integration within Avid Pro Tools® software, bringing the power and reliability of the cloud to the audio industry's top composers, editors and mixers. Gobbler's unique integration enables media or sessions of any size to be shared directly from within the Pro Tools interface. Integrating with Gobbler's cloud provides quick and easy collaboration, while enabling all Pro Tools assets to be automatically and securely protected offsite. A video detailing the integration is here: http://blog.gobbler.com

Unique capabilities of Gobbler include:
Find all Pro Tools sessions and assets, no matter where they're stored
Continuously monitor sessions for changes, so backups are always up-to-date
Send files of any size to anyone, quickly and securely, as easily as email
Backed up files are ready to send instantly - Never upload the same file twice
Gobbler is DAW-aware, so it never affects Pro Tools performance
"We're solving the most challenging pitfalls that artists and media creators face when sharing and protecting their work," said Chris Kantrowitz, founder and CEO of Gobbler. "Our partnership with Avid lets us bring that security and simplicity to where the top audio professionals live - inside Pro Tools."
 
"Whether you're using Pro Tools to score a major movie or record your band's first demo, collaboration is key, and having Gobbler integrated with Pro Tools makes collaboration easy, fast and foolproof," stated Adrian Haselhuber, Senior Product Manager at Avid.
 
Gobbler is currently offering free 5GB accounts, with larger Gobbler plans available on a monthly or annual basis.

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