As another option for camera-to-cloud workflows, Atomos and Sony announced a collaboration. Thus, starting this summer, users of Atomos Connect monitor/recorders (excluding Zato Connect) will also be able to send their video recordings directly to the Sony Ci Media cloud. So while Sony itself offers solutions to upload clips from Sony cameras to its in-house cloud, it will now also be possible to send video footage from many other manufacturers& cameras to the Sony cloud via Atomos Cloud Studio as well. There, they can be transcoded if necessary and made available to team members for viewing, commenting or post-processing.
The transfer of video data to the Sony Ci Media Cloud is subject to the recently introduced Atomos Cloud Studio Terms and Conditions. To a limited extent it is free (up to 720p), but with the subscription option for 5 euros per month, for example, up to 5 Atomos CONNECT devices can be registered and thus video files can be uploaded in 1080p, even while the recording is still running.
The Atomos Cloud Studio had previously supported Frame.io as the only camera-to-cloud solution, in addition to streaming options to YouTube Live, Facebook Live, Twitch as well as RTMP/S (Dropbox and others are still to follow).