4x Surge In Speed, Plus AI Smarts Mark New axle ai Release

The latest version of the axle ai MAM features an improved Premiere Pro panel with metadata transfer and a core filesystem sweep/cataloging function that is rated four times faster than before.

Sam Bogoch, CEO of axle AI, says “We believe a revolution is underway in the way you look at your media. Instead of a pile of unreadable file names and folders that you’d have to fumble through and watch to have any hope of locating material, axle ai catalogs that media – now four times faster than before – and surfaces the most important and relevant segments automatically whenever you search. We know that nearly any media team, whether in a corporate marketing setting, a political campaign, a house of worship, or a news or sports organization, is going to reap huge benefits from a system like this.”

Axle ai 2019 is compatible with nearly all shared storage systems (NAS and SAN), archival storage systems based on tape and disk including Archiware P5, Front PorchSpectralogic BlackPearl, and XenData, and cloud storage systems including Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, Backblaze and Wasabi.

Other enhancements to the software include: faster H.264 proxy generation; auto-scrolling of transcripts when speech-to-text is enabled; staff can tweak AI metadata; robust status panel tracking job status and optimized R3D RAW performance.

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