AWS for Media & Entertainment

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Content Production

Edit in the Cloud

Legacy on-premises video editing installations can require costly upfront investments and cannot easily scale to meet the ever-increasing variety of project types handed to post-production teams. By editing in the cloud on AWS, video editors can seamlessly work on high resolution media for anything from film and TV projects to social media highlights, using on-demand Windows-based virtual machines powered by NVIDIA GPUs. Editors can run Adobe Premiere from anywhere and utilizing Streambox can monitor in full 4K resolution at up to 12-bit color in real-time, enabling remote collaborative editorial sessions with ultra-low latency.


Editing in the cloud on AWS
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The sample code; software libraries; command line tools; proofs of concept; templates; or other related technology (including any of the foregoing that are provided by our personnel) is provided to you as AWS Content under the AWS Customer Agreement, or the relevant written agreement between you and AWS (whichever applies). You should not use this AWS Content in your production accounts, or on production or other critical data. You are responsible for testing, securing, and optimizing the AWS Content, such as sample code, as appropriate for production grade use based on your specific quality control practices and standards. Deploying AWS Content may incur AWS charges for creating or using AWS chargeable resources, such as running Amazon EC2 instances or using Amazon S3 storage.

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