Snell Advanced Media is releasing Go! version 2.1 as a fully capable, browser-based edit system—on the go, as it were.
Go!, the browser-based editor from Snell Advanced Media (SAM) has grown from a simple remote search engine five years ago when it was called the Q2 Browser. Now, with the upcoming release of version 2.1, Go! has matured into a full-blown timeline editor capable of cutting multiple audio tracks and adding video effects.
Most importantly, as Damon Hawkins, Product Manager for Editing, Color and Finishing at SAM told The Broadcast Bridge during a trans-Atlantic interview, Go! can now work with any COTS (Common Off-the Shelf) storage system having been freed from dependence on Sam’s SQ Server system.
”Anywhere you have Web access, just point an HTML5 browser toward your IT storage under the control of the SAM’s collaborative VIBE core and you get full timeline editing with multiple audio tracks and visual effects capability,” Hawkins said. “The new Go! will even facilitate the application of audio transitions and track level adjustments.”