​EditShare’s Flow In Public Beta

Editshare says the post production community is welcome to test the next version of its Flow MAM. The first 100 eligible beta applicants will have the opportunity to try the all new storage independent version of Flow for 100 days free of charge and provide feedback.

Approved applicants will have unrestricted access to all Flow modules, Flow technical support, and private Flow forums at no cost.

This latest iteration of Flow, has been re-engineered for non-EditShare storage environments such as Avid NEXIS, StorageDNA and Amazon S3.

“As a fully software defined MAM platform, Flow will maximize the value of customers’ existing storage infrastructure by adding an intelligent media management layer that can manage millions of assets across multiple storage tiers in different locations,” says Editshare.

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