Creative Network Design Releases New Managment Tools

Oct 7, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors


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Creative Network Design, a developer of cross-platform media asset-management software, has announced NetMix X3 Sound Library Management for Windows XP and Mac OS X and NetMix Pro X3 Project & Media Asset Management for post-production.

Supporting both Windows and Mac OS platforms, the NetMix Sound Library Management system allows the user to search for sound effects, music and samples quickly and transfer sounds with the click of a button into the editing software. NetMix X3 is perfectly integrated with Pro Tools 6 on Windows XP and Mac OS X, allowing the user to import a taglist with multiple audio files into the region bin of Pro Tools or spot a sound directly onto a Pro Tools track. NetMix offers a centralized user-interface design for improved creative workflow, waveform clip editor, looping, pitch change, sample and bit rate conversion, virtual browser and a drag-and-drop-to-database function. NetMix is compatible with Pro Tools, Nuendo, Logic, Digital Performer, Toast, Final Cut Pro, Media100, After Effects, Avid products and more.

Additional features include a customizable multi-user database, collaborative media network, customizable metadata for Broadcast. WAV, playback from local/network volumes or Internet, and security and user management.

In collaboration with Hollywood’s leading sound supervisors, NetMix Pro offers FX spotting, ADR and Foley cue sheets to be created and organized by projects, reels and scenes. The user can attach descriptions and notes to every scene, spot sounds and multitrack projects to specific timecodes and preview in sync to DV movies. Sound supervisors and editors can access and search projects simultaneously using a multi-user database server.

NetMix Pro also features a multitrack editor and mixer. The user can quickly build a complex sound and spot it to multiple tracks in Pro Tools or bounce it to a mono/stereo audio file. Unlimited multitrack projects can be saved, giving the user the ability to store work for further use. Synchronization to timecode and DV movies allows the user to preview sounds before transferring the audio files.

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