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New Mac app simplifies video collaboration

August 23, 2013
New Mac app simplifies video collaboration
REDWOOD CITY, CA — Palomino Labs (www.palominolabs.com) has launched ProSpotting, a new Mac application that enables easy sharing of video cuts for review and comment. Notes are automatically synchronized and collated for editor consumption. 

ProSpotting is being offered as a free trial from the company’s Website. Multiple upload capability is available with paid subscription plans that start at $25 per month.

Videos are uploaded through the desktop application, where any number of recipients can be assigned to each video, and notifications are sent. Recipients can watch the videos and take notes in the ProSpotting iPad app or on the ProSpotting Web client.

The ProSpotting iPad app for recipients allows downloading videos directly to the device and includes support for working without an Internet connection when on the go. Both the Web and iPad versions make taking notes at any point in the video simple — just hit a button and the timecode at that point is captured and automatically sent along with the note. Notes from all recipients show up immediately on the sender’s computer, where they’re available to export as PDF, spreadsheet, and marker formats for importing into Avid Media Composer, Pro Tools, Final Cut Pro, and Adobe Premiere.

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