Atomos Shogun Connect enabled remote editing of Ralph Lauren show in Southern California
Atomos has recently announced that the solution Shogun Connect was deployed at fashion designer Ralph Lauren’s show in Southern California. The objective was to facilitate a camera to cloud workflow with Frame.io. The idea was to let editors to work in the material as soon as it was deployed. They were based remotely, in Los Angeles and New York and worked to create reels for Instagram. The event, held on 13 October 2022 at the Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California.
The shoot involved nine Shogun units; eight were connected to the SDI outputs of eight Sony Venice cameras, with an additional unit used to record the Director’s line cut. Although the devices recorded high resolution footage for later use, the entire show was edited and posted to Instagram using the HD H.265 proxy files that were uploaded to the cloud.
The Shogun Connect tool is able to combine HDR monitoring and RAW recording with network and cloud connections and workflows. When this solution works with Frame.io through Atomos Cloud Studio every recorded clip is available in this application. The Frame.io cloud tool is integrated with Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Media Composer, and DaVinci Resolve.
“This was our first experience with Shogun CONNECT; they were intuitive, compact, and reliable for our live Ralph Lauren C2C workflow. They were mission critical to getting media into Frame.io and Premiere Pro for our LA and NY editors as fast as possible.” said Dane Brehm, DIT for the show.