man with camera Announces Camera to Cloud (C2C) Workflow

Tired of having to save, upload and send your footage to start the post-production process?

Your life is about to get a whole lot easier. C2C workflow has announced a brand new Camera to Cloud (C2C) workflow, meaning that filmmakers can instantly send footage to producers, editors or other collaborators while they’re still on set.

With C2C, your collaborators can view a live stream of your footage while it’s being shot. The technology will also automatically capture and upload proxies to authorized devices as soon as you yell “Cut!”

The workflow is possible thanks to a Teradek CUBE 655 encoder, 888 and Scorpio recorders and Colorfront’s first fully cloud-based dailies platform (the first of its kind).

Basically, you can have a monitor anywhere on the globe.

Making remote work easier

Now seems like the perfect time to use C2C, since many creatives are working remotely.

“In today’s socially distanced world — where remote work has become the norm and the number of people on-set is limited— C2C is a game changer,” says Emery Wells, the CEO of

“Camera to Cloud gives film, television, and commercial productions a seamless new way for creative teams to do their best work, no matter where they are.”

Devices compatible with

If you’d like to use’s new C2C workflow, you’ll need a compatible device. Certified cameras include those from Arri, RED, and Sony.

And if you’re concerned about security, the company has address that as well.

“ C2C features best-in-class security with full TPN and SOC 2 Type 2 compliance,” explained the company in a press release.

“Created by the MPAA and CDSA, TPN is the global, industry-wide initiative that defines requirements and best practices for protecting content. Combined with rigorous access controls, C2C is an incredibly safe way to share media with authorized viewers and collaborators.”

If you’re interested in using’s Cloud to Camera workflow, all you need to do is sign up for a paid account (plans start at $15/month).