Houston, TX (January 10, 2014)—Renovating after a flood, The Editing Company installed Middle Atlantic Products furniture, racks and power conditioning at its video and audio post production facility in Houston.
According to editor David van Es, “When the flood happened, we had to rebuild from scratch, starting with the latest digital equipment and going from there. Now we can do anything from ‘mom and pop’ jobs to more complex and demanding high-end corporate video and broadcast projects.”
The Editing Company was reportedly the first video production facility in Houston to offer the one-inch video format, digital Betacam, D2 video, and AVID non-linear editing capability. When the facility reopened in a new location after the flood, it upgraded all of its equipment with the latest digital technology and more production rooms to accommodate their clients.
Facility owner Nancy Clinton explains, “We chose Middle Atlantic custom-designed Edit Center furniture for the edit suites that specifically conforms to the size and space required, and we’re very happy with how they worked out for us. We also have custom coffee tables in front of the long sofas and client tables behind the sofas with holes cut out for phones and computer laptop drops. Working with Broadcast Technical Services of Houston, Middle Atlantic actually brought the furniture out with their truck to demo it, showed us samples of different wood tones and materials, and we chose exactly what we wanted. It was all manufactured wonderfully and delivered just as ordered.”
According to Clinton, The Editing Company now has “three state-of-the-art HD edit suites, each with Final Cut Pro, Avid and Premier software, fully interconnected on a high-speed XSAN storage network. We also have one 30×30-foot video production studio, a Pro Tools audio recording and editing studio, a soundproof room and a sophisticated central Tape Room that accommodates 12 distinct video formats.”
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