axle Cam Introduces Radically Simple Camera-to-Computer Workflow

Automated camera ingest, media management and sharing in a single, affordable application

axle Cam Introduces Radically Simple Camera-to-Computer Workflow
axle Cam Introduces Radically Simple Camera-to-Computer Workflow

ORLANDO, Florida—June 17, 2015—axle Video, developer of media management tools for video production, broadcast, news-gathering, and other applications that are easy to install, use and afford, today announces the release of a groundbreaking new product that resolves—elegantly and cost-effectively—the most persistent problem faced by videographers today: managing complex camera media. Shown for the first time at InfoComm 2015, axle Cam is a low-cost camera ingest application that streamlines the process of acquiring, organizing and sharing media from today’s most popular video cameras and DSLRs.

axle Video will demonstrate axle Cam at InfoComm 2015 (Booth 490), June 17-19.

For the first time, axle Cam affordably resolves organizational issues caused by multiple file formats, bitrates, file wrappers and folder structures. The software automatically detects, imports and organizes camera media. Users are then able to instantly access, edit and share files through a simple user interface that leverages axle’s radically simple media management technology. The product supports DSLRs and HD cameras made by Sony, Panasonic, Canon, JVC, Nikon and GoPro. The company is developing specialized modules to support higher-end cinema cameras, though release dates have not been
announced.

axle Cam is an ideal solution for news organizations, sports broadcasters, professional videographers, schools, governmental organizations, religious groups and others who deal with large volumes of camera media. It provides a simple path between production and editorial, and makes it easier to share camera media with other parties for review and approval or collaborative editing.

“axle Cam is the missing link between the camera and the computer,” says axle Video CEO Sam Bogoch. “It eliminates the countless hours video professionals now spend in processing and organizing camera files before they can be used by others.”

With a cost of just $995 for a two-user license, axle CAM is priced far below competing solutions, making it a compelling choice for a range of professional users.

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