Drylab Dailies is a powerful dailies distribution system you can
incorporate into any workflow, and that's simple to use
anywhere. It has been developed by industry professionals, with
first-hand knowledge about practical and security
requirements, and has already been used on international
as Stella Days
(starring Martin Sheen)
and A Thousand
Times Goodnight (starring Juliette Binoche). No other system
on the market is so versatile, so user friendly, or so secure.
Digital filmmaking was supposed to make dailies more easily
available. Instead, we got disks, files and FTP accounts, with very
limited options for navigating, searching or looking up reference
With Dailies Viewer you can choose what to make available, and make
sure everyone sees what they need, whether they are responsible for
storytelling, design, special effects or continuity.
Compatible with most workflows
Dailies Creator is a simple-to-use drag & drop application that
ingests and transcodes any QuickTime file, and generates dailies for
immediate iPad distribution.
It can also automatically integrate metadata
from Cam Report and merge them with the
video files. Or simply enter metadata manually and use the drag &
drop interface to quickly tag your takes.
The final result can be distributed locally on-set via wifi, or to
team members anywhere via Dropbox. Drylab Dailies can therefore be
deployed even if you don't have an Internet connection where you're
Dailies need to be kept safe and secure, but at the same time easily
available to your team, both on set and off. An iPad, with advanced
security features and encrypted storage, is well suited for this,
and much better than DVDs, hard disks and FTP passwords on post-it
notes or in emails.
In addition to the iPad's built-in security, we provide on-set
pairing, encrypted connections (both local and remote), to make sure
your film stays at the fingertips of your team and no-one
All network connections use HTTPS to prevent eavesdropping. Clips
and metadata distributed via Dropbox are encrypted (using AES-256),
and can only be decrypted by paired and authorized Dailies
Viewers. This means that even in the unlikely event of a breach of
the Dropbox account's security, the Dailies files stored there are
still unreadable by any attacker.
The iPad's buil-in security features include content encryption, GPS
tracking, enforcement of strict password policies, remote wiping,
and automatic wiping in the case of too many failed login attempts.