Mync has also been updated with all new EDIUS X formats and features additional import settings as well as enhanced export options.
Grass Valley has released version 10.20 of its EDIUS X editing solution. Several new functions have been added to the software.
The new features include background file conversion in bin, ProRes RAW colour space selection function, job monitor tab, and H.264 file export leveraging NVIDIA GPU.
EDIUS X speeds up H.265 decoding, waveform generation, operations in complex projects and the rendering of nested sequences. EDIUS X speeds up the initialisation of plug-ins and projects containing a multitude of QuickTitler titles faster.
EDIUS X supports Sony α1 8K XAVC HS files, Canon EOS-1D X Mark III, EOS R5 RAW and IPB files, and Apple ProRes RAW files recorded with Panasonic DC-S1H/ATOMOS NINJA V.
It preserves sRGB, DCI-P3 and P3-D65 colour spaces when importing and exporting MOV/MP4 files and keeps the original clip’s colour space when bin converting into different file formats.
EDIUS X now shows metadata of MOV/MP4 files in the bin while the on-screen display can show timeline timecode, source timecode and user bit simultaneously.
An option is now available to automatically import exported files into the bin. The EDIUS X Workgroup version also offers extended MXF file profile selection in the MXF exporter settings.
Mync has also been updated with all new EDIUS X formats and features additional import settings as well as enhanced export options. In addition to H.264 and H.265, the user may now also export files as Grass Valley HQX and Apple ProRes.
During the expected lifecycle of around two to three years, EDIUS X users will continue to benefit from the ongoing development of EDIUS X. Further free updates are expected to fully leverage AI-driven services and teamwork functions, leveraging the modular EDIUS X design.