DMOD, a provider of secure distribution solutions for digital assets, announced at this week’s QuickTime Live! conference in Beverly Hills, CA, that the DMOD WorkSpace will support Mac OS X.
DMOD WorkSpace is a new application for secure digital media collaboration and distribution. According to Mark Overington, president and CEO of DMOD, the product leverages Mac OS X’s “incredible stability, powerful performance and seamless device connectivity capabilities.” The DMOD WorkSpace Desktop peer-to-peer software is currently available with the DMOD WorkSpace Gateway, a client/server solution, due later this spring.
DMOD Workspace lets you define your own network of digital content creators and maintain control over who sees what. It boasts real-time encryption technology and can be implemented as a peer-to-peer desktop solution or a centralized server gateway solution.
“DMOD is solidly committed to supporting Mac OS X because it delivers the performance, efficiency, and creative quality needed to improve the digital production process,” Overington said in announcing DMOD Workspace. “We see a significant market opportunity for the DMOD WorkSpace for Mac OS X, particularly with content creators who have overwhelmingly embraced the QuickTime format for digital media distribution.”
With DMOD WorkSpace for Mac OS X, digital media professionals using ubiquitous QuickTime applications can take advantage of the public Internet to securely share, review, and approve media files on a wide range of projects, including music CDs, films, film trailers, film scores, television programming, special effects, and DVD creation, he added.