EditShare Integrates FLOW Panel For DaVinci Resolve Studio

The integration provides DaVinci Resolve Studio users access to storage pools and archives with tools to search, browse, and retrieve assets; facilitates exceptional remote proxy editing as well as review and approval workflows.

“Our collective customers need freedom and flexibility when it comes to the tools they work with and the same applies to the workflows they need to run their production and business,” comments Sunil Mudholkar, vp of product management, EditShare. “EditShare and Blackmagic Design have a common goal of aligning customer needs at the forefront of our development and delivering innovative technology to enable the very best storytelling experience. Many of our customers rely on DaVinci Resolve’s incredible creative toolset day in day out. With the new FLOW panel, our collective customers now have a seamless and secure interface to all the production assets from ingest to delivery, with smart tools that enable them to find content easily and work collaboratively with other team members, regardless of location.”

The FLOW Panel for DaVinci Resolve Studio lets editors, colorists, VFX artists and sound mixers move beyond their locally connected storage and search, browse, and access proxy and high resolutions versions of video and audio assets across multiple storage pools and archives. FLOW’s production tools can be used to organize assets into folders and cuts-only sequences. FLOW delivers the metadata and content directly into the Resolve bin and onto the timeline. Users can also upload assets from Resolve back into FLOW with one click, facilitating review and approval across the operation.

The FLOW Panel for DaVinci Resolve Studio will be generally available with FLOW 2021.  

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