Divergent Media completes integration of ScopeBox with EditReady
April 7, 2016

Divergent Media completes integration of ScopeBox with EditReady

SAN FRANCISCO — Divergent Media (www.divergentmedia.com) has launched a new version of its EditReady digital media prep, monitor and delivery software for DITs and editors. With this new version, EditReady now integrates Divergent Media’s ScopeBox software, providing filmmakers and editors with a single workflow to quickly and easily get footage from the camera to the editor, regardless of camera or file format.

With support for all industry popular camera formats and editing formats, EditReady converts media for immediate preview and playback, lets users apply LUTs for color correction, view and edit metadata, easily convert between DNxHD and ProRes, and run simultaneous batches, allowing them to generate proxy media or convert footage from different cameras. And now with ScopeBox integration, filmmakers and editors have dedicated, full time scopes without the need for external hardware, taking advantage of ScopeLink to connect EditReady directly to ScopeBox.

Features include: Quick transcode of any MXF, MTS, (AVCHD), M2T, (HDV), or QuickTime (MOV) file to an edit-ready format like Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD; the ability to apply LUTs for color correction; the ability to view and edit metadata; and support for all the popular editing formats (ProRes, DNxHD, etc) and nonlinear editors (Final Cut Pro, FCPX, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple iMovie).

The EditReady with ScopeBox integration is available immediately; the bundle price is $119.95 for new customers; existing customers can upgrade to the bundle for $69.95.