Key Code Media, Inc. Seattle, Washington Sales Job Opening

February 2, 2012 Leave a comment

Digital Video and Media is transforming how organizations communicate.  Key Code Media is a leading video integration and solutions provider.  We are looking to hire a top sales professional to continue the growth of our Northwest Territory.
The individual we seek thrives by engaging organizations to improve their ability to leverage technology and video.  Applicant must have understanding of solution based selling strategies, economic justification models and enjoy selling.
If this describes you, then this job is a perfect fit. This position is great for a professional who needs guidance skills improvement, but does not need the oversight of daily micromanagement.

Responsibilities Include:
•    Continued development of our Northwest Sales Office
•    Meet with clients and demonstrate key products
•    Make outbound prospecting calls to build opportunities

Requirements:
•    1-2 Years Experience in Video or Media Related Technologies
•    1-2 Years Experience Sales/Account Management
•    Sales Account Managers must have the ability to work in a high-energy team environment, be self motivated and goal oriented. We find that individuals who have a true passion for sales are those who top the income charts.
•    This is a position within our sales organization and as such the candidate is considered to be part of the overall corporate sales initiative. A “team player” attitude is expected.
•    Good interpersonal communication and presentation skills, along with the ability to prioritize activities to ensure customer satisfaction and at the same time maximize profits are required.
•    College degree desired, but not required.
•    Computer Literate- experience in using Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point, or equivalents.
Submit your resume and a compelling cover letter on why you are the candidate for us.

All resume’s to be sent to jobs@keycodemedia.com

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Avid MediaComposer Mojo SDI End of Life

January 17, 2012 Leave a comment

Avid has announced that Mojo SDI video hardware will no longer be sold after March 31, 2012 or until supplies last.  Avid will continue to support Mojo SDI until March 31, 2017 with valid MediaComposer and Pro Tools support packages.

We don’t see this to be a big deal since sales of Mojo SDI have fallen off a cliff since the introduction of MojoDX.  Additionally, since Mojo SDI can not handle HD, most of our clients are evaluating the AJA product line and BlackMagic line. For clients with Mojo SDI, we recommend upgrading to a new capture card when you move over to MediaComposer 6.x.

We recently hosted a MediaComposer 6.0, “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” by Michael Kammes. Here’s the link: http://www.keycodemedia.com/Avid-Webinar/media-composer-6-webinar-recorded.html

Key Code Media will be providing a Vblog about the third party hardware cards over

Compatibility Notes:
Mojo SDI is only compatible with Media Composer 5.5 or NewsCutter 9.5 and versions below.  Media Composer 6, Symphony 6 and NewsCutter 10 are not compatible with Mojo SDI.  

Pro Tools 10.1 and versions below do support Mojo SDI as a video I/O device.

Key Code Media….Keeping You Ahead of Technology

Avid Technology Media Composer 6 Approved Computer Configurations

December 20, 2011 Leave a comment

Below are all of Avid Technologies recommended for Mac and PC configurations.  We recommend 12GB of RAM, don’t forget to have a 64 bit operating system

MediaComposer 6 Macintosh approved Avid Configurations-

http://www.keycodemedia.com/images/stories/products/avid/mc6/MC6MacQualifiedSystems1111.pdf

MediaComposer 6 PC approved Avid Configurations- For PC- HP and Dell Workstations and laptops

http://www.keycodemedia.com/images/stories/products/avid/mc6/MC6PCQualfiedSystems1111.pdf

Buy an Avid Media Composer ready HP
and get Avid Media Composer 6 Upgrade
For FREE!  Call today 818-303-3900, 206-728-4000, 310-401-6700 and 415-221-0300  Good through January 31, 2012
MC5.5 to MC6 Upgrade Only. Does Not Include Installation*

Avid Media Composer 6 Qualified
MacPro’s Also Available

Blackmagic Intensity Shuttle update

December 20, 2011 Leave a comment

Ed Friesma, Application Editor for Key Code Media, mentioned the following:  After working with a walkin client yesterday trying to install the Blackmagic Intensity Shuttle for HDMI capture,  I found a big gotcha that’s not clearly mentioned in any of the promotional materials.  If you’re connecting via USB 3.0 it needs to have the NEC USB3 controller chipset.  Currently no other one will work properly.  I don’t know if Blackmagic plans to qualify other USB 3 chipsets later or if they’ve given up and are focusing on Thunderbolt.

Categories: Product Updates

Key Code Media Business News

December 20, 2011 Leave a comment

Key Code Media was listed by the San Fernando Business Journal as the 13th fastest growth company in the San Fernando Valley and
Key Code Media was listed as #41 fastest growth company by the LA Business Journal.

We did not apply to the System Contractor News (SCN) list of Top 50 system integrators, but if was listed, Key Code Media for 2010 would have been listed as #22, ahead of Anderson Audio Visual in San Diego.

Thanks to all our clients and vendors for their support!

Categories: News

Media Composer 6, dongles and back reving to 5.5

December 10, 2011 1 comment

Avid 6.0 upgrades and issues.

Key Code Media just finished a webinar presented by our staff Senior Technology & Workflow Consultant, Michael Kammes, last Thursday, we’ll be posting the link of the recording early next week.  We’ve highlighted a couple key points about the migration and areas to be cautionary.

Why would someone want to stay on 5.5x?

1) need to stay on Mac OS 10.6, or a 32bit version of Windows
2) want to use Nitris Classic, Adrenaline, or Mojo SDI
3) desire to stay compatible with other MC 5.5 systems on the project / facility (this would be more of a cautious manuever, however)
4) caution about moving to a X.0 version of software.  I still remember one of the MediaComposer’s most unstable release, 7.0 with the ABVB.  In my opinion the 7.2x ABVB release was also one of the most stable MediaComposer releases ever.

Lastly, we really recommend having a lot of ram.  12GB is recommended, your system will work with less ram, but will be slower depending on the jobs being done.
For those customers that are purchasing net new systems with an electronic license, there is NO way to downgrade this license to a previous version.

If you have clients that wish to run version 5.5 at this time on a net new system, they must purchase a dongle with the Avid software.

This would also apply to customers purchasing the v6 upgrade but wishing to remain on an older version.  Key Code is finding out from Avid what the Avid part number is for a swap to a dongle, if Avid still offers this in version 6.

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Avid MediaComposer NitrisDX and MojoDX features not presently on AJA, Blackmagic and Matrox

December 8, 2011 Leave a comment

Couple limitations not presently working with the MediaComposer using 3rd party hardware.  Just a fyi

With this release, the 3rd party hardware plug-ins will not be able to support the entire feature set of the editing application and therefore will not support the following in the Avid editing application:
•           Ancillary Data
•           LTC Input and Output
•           Stereoscopic Full Frame Capture and Output
•           Audio Punch-In
•           Utilize any Hardware Codec Modules
•           Universal Mastering (Frame & Signal Convert to a Different Format)

 

Key Code Media is hosting a webinar today going over “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” of MediaComposer 6.0 at 11am and 1pm PST.

http://www.keycodemedia.com/icalrepeat.detail/2011/12/08/331/117|119|120|118|121|116/key-code-media-presents-qavid-media-composer-6-the-good-the-bad-a-the-uglyq-thur-dec-8-2011.html