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avidity

[ə′vid·əd·ē]
(immunology)
The total binding strength of a polyvalent antibody (an antibody that has multiple binding sites for the same antigen) with a polyvalent antigen (an antigen with multiple identical antibody-binding sites); equivalent to the sum of the affinities at each of the binding sites.
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Projects are compatible with Avid Media Composer, Symphony and Avid Xpress systems, allowing Total Conform and dramatically better bi-directional workflow than merely EDL or OMF transfer.
Crazy Love - by editor David Zieff, using Avid Xpress Pro and Media Composer Adrenaline systems;
Updated UI, new title features and more for Avid 3D - delivering more powerful "3D for the Video Guy," via an updated UI that allows any editor to import, animate, and light 3D models and create compelling text animations with greater ease.
Given the unique set of infrastructure and workflow requirements in broadcast and post production environments, Avid's Total Services provides customers with the advanced consulting, design, health monitoring, and technical support that they need to take advantage of the most comprehensive set of Avid Interplay features.
Breaking and Entering - by director Anthony Minghella and edited by Lisa Gunning, created using Avid Xpress Pro and Media Composer Adrenaline systems;
Support for Avid Unity ISIS(TM) - allowing the system to work with Avid's newest shared-storage system to exchange and share media assets with other connected systems.
Media Composer with Avid Mojo(R) SDI Digital Nonlinear Accelerator(TM) - software application with Avid's new Mojo Serial Digital Interface (SDI) I/O device for uncompressed SD capture and output for real-time monitoring and FireWire connectivity for DV, HDV, and DVCPRO HD projects (also available June 21), $7,495 USMSRP;
Recognized worldwide for pioneering the Moviola editing machine in 1923, Moviola was one of the first adopters of Avid digital nonlinear editing systems in the early '90s.
Since Avid announced its acquisition of Pinnacle, we have worked hard to ensure that the clients of both companies would benefit from the integration of our respective technologies.
Wexler and Avid share a common vision for implementing creative workflows that address unique needs for any production environment.
Back in 1989, Avid pioneered the world of nonlinear editing with Media Composer.
The addition of HD-RGB 4:4:4 workflows to Avid DS Nitris are very important to our business, and we are extremely pleased about the arrival of these new features.