Bring your own shared storage
Mimiq frees you from vendor lock-in; you just pick whichever shared storage you prefer to work with. Any NAS will do, saving you money on hardware that you can spend instead to enhance creativity. Gone are the days when you're coerced into buying expensive proprietary storage that acts like a giant dongle, just to enable bin locking.
Turn any type of block storage into a Media Composer-compatible volume. For SAN, RAID, and even your internal SSD. Remote workflow? Sync your media with your favorite tool or service, and let Mimiq manage the Workspaces for complete control of your volume names and paths.
For remote and hybrid teams
Supercharge your Media Composer workflow with Mimiq Pro and LucidLink. Whether you and your team work on-prem or remote, with LucidLink's Filespaces it's a seemless transition. Already have invested in local shared storage? Add it to the mix too, for the perfect hybrid workflow.
Up-to-date and future proof
As with all Hedge apps, Mimiq has separate dedicated technology for both macOS and Windows, making sure you get the best experience whether you're on Mac or Windows. And yes, that includes native Apple silicon support — an industry exclusive. Best of all, we even offer a special Mimiq for Mojave build.
Modern license management
Forget the rigid MAC address licenses of the old Mimiq. No need for a degree in IT to set up or move licenses. Through our License Manager, it's dead easy now, with unlimited portability and even remote deactivations.
No setup fees or long-term contracts
Because Mimiq is not a subscription, pricing is very flexible. No need for a support contract, there are no monthly fees, and the 10-day trial ensures you know Mimiq will work for you and your team before spending a dime. Best of all: adding more people to your team doesn't break the bank.
Wide version support
No editor likes upgrading their Media Composer if it can be avoided. That's why we are on par with Avid, supporting all versions of Media Composer that Avid supports (plus Media Composer 2018), an even wider range of macOS versions, and of course both Windows 10 and 11.