Blackbird to showcase its professional video editor in a browser during its “Virtual Pre-NAB 2020”

Blackbird browser-based video editor running on a laptop

Blackbird has launched its Virtual pre-NAB 2020 focused on enabling live or file-based remote video editing for enterprises. The company has invited to enterprises responding to the global threat of Coronavirus that need to enable remote or home editing for all or part of their content creation teams to book an online demonstration of Blackbird on either 25 or 26 March 2020. There will also be a selection of group masterclasses available.

Built for the cloud, Blackbird is a professional video editor in a browser. Video production staff can work with Blackbird from home or any other location with all the professional standard editing tools they need – even on low bandwidth.

Blackbird is “infinitely scalable” and can be used on-premise or as part of a hybrid workflow. Blackbird also integrates with any of the major public clouds – Amazon Web Services (“AWS”), Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform (“GCP”). Customers include IMG, Deltatre, Peloton, TownNews, Eleven Sports, A+E Networks and the U.S Department of State.

“The last few weeks has seen the world change very quickly in response to threat of Covid-19. It is clear that many organizations are planning for home or remote working. In the video content creation space, Blackbird provides a highly responsive, fully featured, easy to implement ‘out of the box’ solution” said Ian McDonough, Blackbird CEO. “Our Virtual pre-NAB focusing on enabling remote video editing is an agile way for us to respond to this immediate need and to support and provide guidance to organizations planning these workflows for the first time.”

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