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“Team Projects was the key to our whole workflow,” says Christie. “I could share changes in real time with my assistant editors, talking to them over phone or chat as we looked over changes. It saved so much time and gave us enormous control over how we did our work. And it saved me from commuting two hours to the office every day.”
The bias team had already completed filming 70% of the footage before switching to the Dell environment, so the editors continued to manage media in a more traditional method with footage stored across mirrored systems. But for the credits, Christie experienced the full potential of Team Projects with a seamless cloud-based workflow. Animation and text cards were stored in the cloud, and any member of the production team could update the credits as needed. This allowed editors to keep the constantly changing credits up to date with far less effort.
“Team Projects lends itself to a really fantastic workflow,” says Christie. “I can’t imagine wanting to work any other way.”
bias held its highly successful world premiere at the Bentonville Film Festival with two sold-out screenings. Other festivals, private screenings, and distribution plans are in the works, along with plans to create an edit specifically for educational use. To date the film has won four awards, has been accepted to DOCUTAH, Mill Valley, United Nations, Napa Valley and Naples film festivals, and is in hot demand for private screenings at corporations and schools in the US and abroad.
“I love working with Adobe,” says Christie. “Everyone was so responsive and always ready to lend a helping hand. I can’t wait to take advantage of the latest Team Project features on my next editorial project.”
Learn more about bias at www.biasfilm.com.