Our overnight delivery service to East Coast clients was also expensive—to the tune of $5,000/week—required a commercial aircraft, and yes, eating airplane food.
At the NAB Show convention floor, we were captivated by an emerging technology known as MPEG-1. Of particular significance was MPEG Layer 3, commonly referred to as MP3.
Six Months Later
Stopped catching red-eye flights from LAX to JFK and introduced the market to this beauty:
EVA (Encoded Video and Audio), our development that incorporated MPEG-1 and MPEG Layer 3. This unique file exchange system, akin to what is now called an extranet, positioned us as the first sound studio to offer such a service.