Alteon.io has joined the camera-to-cloud revolution with a new app that adds iOS integration to its cloud-based ecosystem of apps and tools which support online connectivity for mobile filmmakers. The new app will enable iPhone creators to securely upload media directly to Alteon Cloud servers and make that content available to collaborators in real time.
“Over the last two decades, I’ve attended NAB every year, and I’ve seen firsthand the shifts that revolutionized our industry,” says Alteon co-founder & CEO Matt Cimaglia. “With Alteon, my goal was to build the tool I always wanted to find at the show. It never existed—until now.”
What does this new tech mean for filmmakers like you? Let's get into it.
A Cloud Based EcoSystem
Alteon Cloud offers an expansive ecosystem of tools designed for content management and collaboration. Users will be able to create tiers with permission for extensive tagging and commenting on projects, scene changes, and other collaborative situations through the Alteon CMS interface.
Apps including Alteon Accelerator for upload of original camera files, and Alteon Transcoder for generating proxies of high-resolution Raw camera files, including Blackmagic Raw, give users the means to have a useful, cloud-based portal for getting files into a post-production workflow faster than ever.
New iOS C2C Integration
Moreover, Alteon has launched a new iOS app that will enable mobile filmmakers and content creators to have camera-to-cloud support and securely upload media from the iPhone’s camera roll directly to Alteon Cloud for immediate collaboration. Users can also interact with Final Cut Pro with the Alteon workflow extension.
Through the app, mobile content creators will be able to:
- Upload media files directly from your iPhone camera to Alteon Cloud
- View projects and folders to maintain organization
- Streamline workflows by ditching single-purpose file-transfer apps
- Simplify content management for teams including non-tech-savvy creators
- Get footage to editors faster with the Alteon workflow extension for Final Cut Pro, which integrates cloud assets directly into the NLE
The app is available for download now at the Apple App Store.
Demos at NAB 2023
We visited the Alteon booth at NAB 2023 to chat with the team about their new updates. Here's what we discovered:
The booth also hosted presentations on topics including the Evolution of News Media, Connecting Final Cut Pro to the Cloud, Hybrid Storage Solutions, and the Past, Present, and Future of Creative Technology. If you've ever planned on going to NAB, this is your sign to attend next year, especially if you're a gearhead.
Is it enough to rival Frame.io? We'll have to find out.
Let us know what you think of Alteon's camera-to-cloud ecosystem.No Film School's complete coverage of NAB 2023 is brought to you by Blackmagic Design and Lexar.