H.264 Insert Edit Matters beyond Media and Entertainment Verticals

H.264 Insert Edit Matters beyond Media and Entertainment Verticals

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Effective communication while embracing our new normal (#WFH) requires creating meaningful, high quality content that rises above the noise. At Cinedeck, we believe quality content is created in the cut

H.264 is the format for streaming, distributing and sharing content. And now, cineXtools and cineXplugins lets you insert edit fixes and changes to a format that can take f-o-r-e-v-e-r to export, especially if your editing system isn’t hardware accelerated for encoding.

Insert edit introduces flexibility to your workflow and gives time back to the editing process. Would the message in the scene be better served with a different camera angle? Was the guest speaker’s name misspelled throughout the entire sequence? All of these issues and more can be fixed in a fraction of the time it would take to re-export the file.

H.264 insert edit, available for cineXtools and as a plugin for both Adobe Premiere and Avid Media Composer, cuts down on the re-export cycles necessary when editing H.264 files, empowering you to streamline the way you work and provides flexibility for your finished product even for your last minute changes.

Is H.264 Insert Edit Right For You?

If you’re a content creator making H.264 files, then H.264 Insert Edit will help you. 

  • Corporate Communications
  • Branding and Ad Agencies
  • Houses of Worship

Whether it’s replacing a segment of your VR sequence, enabling HDR playback or replacing a scene for review, H.264 insert edit in cineXplugins and cineXtools provide the flexibility to create the very best version of your edited content.

All cineX products also support a number of file types. H.264 is just the latest format that we support. Check out the list here

How Can I Try This?

H.264 Insert Edit is part of our beta program. Sign up for a 3-month evaluation license to see how you can add this new ability to your workflow.

Try H.264 Insert Edit