Aaton Links CantarX3, CantarMini to Frame.io, Dropbox

The company's multi-track mixer-sound recorders now offer external data-storage possibilities with both cloud systems.

Aaton Digital has announced that its CantarX3 and CantarMini multi-track mixer-sound recorders now offer external data-storage possibilities with Frame.io and Dropbox cloud systems.

Frame.io is a collaborative service in a controlled project environment, with permissions managed by the production. Dropbox is a personal cloud file-management tool, with data-sharing capabilities decided by the Cantar owner.

The Frame.io option allows CantarX3/CantarMini users to upload projects to the Adobe working environment. This is a cooperative working configuration that allows data to be dematerialized in medium-to-large projects.

Dropbox “MyCantarAnywhere” is the personal storage solution for Cantar data and configurations. The Cantar can use Dropbox links to share files and folders with others without sending large attachments. 

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