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Limited Time Offer: Save up to 44% Off on Your Next Avid Meridien Trade-In

May 26, 2009 1 comment

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You only have until June 17, 2009 to save on your next Avid Meridien Trade-In!

Move up from a Meridien- or Adrenaline-based editing system to an Avid Media Composer Nitris DX, Symphony Nitris DX, or NewsCutter Nitris DX system and receive up to 44% off the MSRP of the new system.


This offer applies to the following trade-ins and upgrades:

  • Meridien Trade-In Credit to Media Composer Nitris DX
  • Meridien Trade-In Credit to Symphony Nitris DX
  • Meridien Trade-In Credit to NewsCutter Nitris DX
  • Media Composer Adrenaline Upgrade to Media Composer Nitris DX
  • Media Composer Adrenaline or Symphony Nitris Trade-In Credit to Symphony Nitris DX
  • NewsCutter Adrenaline Upgrade to NewsCutter Nitris DX


Benefits/Why Upgrade

Get HD performance, a deep creative toolset, and seamless integration with Avid workflows.

Try Before You Buy

You can donwload the 14-day Media Composer 3.5 Trial Version to gain access to all functionality of the Avid editing applicaton. Get details at

Contact your Key Code Media sales representative on how you can save today by calling: 818-303-3900 or email:

Key Code Media Featured

September 25, 2008 Leave a comment

“The American Film Institute (AFI) in Los Angeles purchased 15 Symphony Nitris DX systems and an 8 TB Avid Unity system from local reseller Key Code Media.” At AFI, we’re dedicated to providing our students with the best foundation to succeed in the real-world of film and TV production — where Avid systems are still predominately used,” said Phil Linson, Vice Dean of Production and Post Production at AFI. “The new Symphony Nitris DX systems will enable the students to get exposure to working with things like tapeless workflows, editing real-time in HD, color correction and finishing. And, with the improved stability and performance these systems offer, our students are able to engage in the editorial process and excel at the art and craft of post production.”

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