The ARRI Webgate Dailies Player

Viewing dailies with the ARRI Webgate iOS app

The Dailies Player is the video player of ARRI Webgate, tailored to the needs of filmmakers when viewing dailies. The Dailies Player contains the key functions of ARRI Webgate.

Offline Playback for your dailies

The internet connection on set is poor but you still want to access your dailies? No problem! Download them onto your iPhone or iPad and watch them without the internet. The videos are encapsulated in the app and cannot be copied from there.

Filter dailies using your metadata

In ARRI Webgate, metadata for all shots can be uploaded with an ALE file. You can also filter for all of the key metadata in the app, enabling you to have shots of a certain scene, day of shooting, episode or reel displayed. All filter functions are available in both online and offline mode. If the shots are marked as circle takes and non circle takes, you can have all non circle takes blanked out. All circle takes also bear a check mark for greater clarity.

The Dailies Player

Skip around in a video in 10-second steps, and move forward and back frame-by-frame. Want to check the framing? Have frame lines inserted with all the most common aspect ratios.

You can also choose to have the source timecode of the clips shown on-screen. Select your preferred streaming resolution to suit your bandwidth, just like in ARRI Webgate.

Security for your dailies

Of course, all data are just as safe in the Dailies Player app as they are in ARRI Webgate. Regular audits ensure their security. The access rights are identical to those in ARRI Webgate. If the project uses a standard watermark, all the videos are streamed with a project-wide watermark. For additional protection, a personalized overlay can also be set for all app users, which superimposes the user's name on the video.

Mirroring on Apple TV

You want to view the dailies on a TV in your hotel room at the end of the shooting day? Use the Mirror function. It enables you to play the dailies on the TV with a single click. All you need is an Apple TV.

Quickly navigate your dailies

You decide if you want to browse through your project in the normal Playlist view or in the Clip view. In the Playlist view, the shots are generally available pre-sorted after a day of shooting. You can then change their arrangement if desired, for instance sorting them by scene order. Individual shots of a playlist are shown with a thumbnail. You can navigate through a playlist quickly and easily by swiping.

If you want to view all the metadata of all shots, change to the Clip view. There, the playlist limits are done away with and all scenes of a project are displayed to you.