Panasas will demonstrate AI, production and VR workflows on its ActiveStor storage solution.
This demo includes an AI-powered content analysis tool that is described as transforming content decision making and to “dramatically increase economic opportunities for creative, marketing, advertising and sales teams”.
Production capabilities include color grading and effects using Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve Studio and Fusion Studio on Linux, supported by Panasas DirectFlow.
Non-linear VR editing and effects with Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Adobe After Effects CC on Windows, and VR content stitching using Kolor Autopano Video on macOS will also be shown.
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