EditShare Flow MAM 3.3 Updated

The latest version of EditShare’s Flow MAM is available in v3.3 and includes content delivery to Amazon S3.

The new 'Send to Amazon S3' feature in EditShare Flow automates migration of content from EditShare shared storage systems to offsite cloud storage for distribution of content to collaborators, clients and other third-parties. It means Flow users can automate delivery of clips, sequences and full packages from their on-premise EditShare storage direct to S3 or Glacier services.

The software MAM also now supports batch import of sidecar metadata from a wide range of third-party solutions including other media asset management solutions. During a Flow Scan session, metadata contained in each of the sidecar files is automatically applied to the appropriate clip based on the metadata mappings defined by the users within Flow.

It further includes the ability to control playback of individual audio tracks from within the AirFlow web application, “soloing” a particular track or tracks and muting all others during proxy clip playback. This can be important for AirFlow customers who review content with multitrack audio, often in multiple languages, and need to hear only one language during transcription or other review and approval workflows.

New user permissions gives administrators control over user access to Flow Metadata Templates. The settings allow administrators to grant read and edit permissions across the enterprise as well as on a per-user basis.

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