VALENCIA, Calif., April 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Covalent Media Systems, an end-to-end Asset Management software company, introduces their updated software system platform that supports the latest media formats and codecs and functions natively on PC, Mac, and iOS devices powered with military grade security and greater reliability. Built from the ground up with Creative Media professionals in mind, Covalent software is visually searchable, modular, and user friendly.

Covalent software assembles intelligent information at the frame level and tracks deep metadata for both TV and Film projects from Pre-production and Production through to Delivery and Archiving, providing instant and highly secure access to content elements any time anywhere and on any device. A cloud enabled SAS platform fortified by Tier1 industry approved multi-level security, Covalent software is scalable, customizable, and easily integrates into existing Production, Broadcast, or Archival systems to increase productivity and streamline workflows.

Covalent offers Near Set Lab and Digital Dailies services, VFX review and Distribution, Accelerated File transfer, Screeners for Sales and Marketing, Digital Distribution, Stock Footage Harvesting, Archive Management, and Workflow Orchestration with 24/7 technical support.

Covalent software has been used to secure content for over 600 domestic and international productions including 23 Academy Award winning projects. Come see us at the Lasergraphics booth in the South Hall – SL9305.

Corporate Contact                                                           
Andrew Zuk – CEO                                               
818-397-1048                                                                   
[email protected]
www.covalentmediasystems.com

Sales
Bobbie Brazzell
714-394-2806
[email protected]

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