The Official MASV Blog
MASV: A Year in Review
As we close out 2021 and look towards 2022, we want to say a special thank you to each and every one of you for making MASV what it is today. We hope we have made the important—and often frustrating task of data transfer just a little bit easier.
MASV Announces Integration with Microsoft Suite
MASV, the world’s fastest cloud-native file transfer solution, now works seamlessly with Microsoft Teams and OneDrive.
MASV Integrates with Microsoft Suite
With over 250 million subscribers daily active users currently using Microsoft Teams, we are excited to announce that we have integrated our file transfer tooling with the broader Microsoft Suite to improve remote collaboration.
Creating the Metaverse with Volumetric Video and Virtual Production
Metastage provides state-of-the-art, 3D volumetric video capture and photorealistic virtual humans—and when paired with virtual production, is perfect for injecting into the metaverse as representations of real people.
8 Tools Every Video Freelancer Needs
Here, we’re going to outline which tools you’ll need to have in your arsenal if you want to give yourself the best chance of thriving as a video freelancer.
Why You Shouldn’t Download Large Files to an External Hard Drive
No one likes slowdowns and delays when downloading large files—especially on a deadline. Like a video editor who needs to download a batch of footage for a last-minute project. Here’s some advice that’s sure to save significant time the next time you download large files: don’t download to an external hard drive.
MASV Announces Docker-based Accelerated File Transfer Solution
MASV now has a Docker-based containerized file transfer solution to deliver secure content delivery for every media workflow.
Automated File Transfer with MASV and Docker
With the launch of our TransferAgent on Docker, the team at MASV wants to talk about automated file transfer and your file sending and receiving workflow.
The Evolution of Video Editing: From the Moviola to Machine Learning
It’s crazy to think about how far we’ve come in the evolution of video editing when you see how easy it is to cut and rearrange footage on your mobile phone nowadays.