EditShare Focus On Collaborative Media Workflows

EditShare is demonstrating the new capabilities of its shared storage platform and Flow production asset management software.

The latest EditShare XStream EFS storage release targets facilities looking to migrate to 4K/UHD creative workflows. With a single namespace, an EFS can now be configured as an enterprise cluster with a mix of technology including SSDs for high data rate content and SATA HDDs for cost-efficient, performance storage, Editshare says. Administrators can choose from a variety of file protection mechanisms to match content value and storage cost, and easily allocate dedicated storage resources and file protection to individual departments or workgroups.

The firm’s Flow asset management software now has automated batch import of sidecar metadata and accelerated search/scan, and integration with Amazon S3, Aspera (file transfer), Interra Baton (QC) and Vidcheck (QC). These integrations expand automated workflow options and efficiency from ingest to distribution. New at NAB, Flow Automation now has the option to add third-party archive capabilities to control external long-term storage solutions by providing integration with SGL’s FlashNet content management platform.

Plus, with an improved user interface and new features, AirFlow, the web-based module that ships as part of the Flow production asset management platform, lets staff search, log, edit, and play proxies in a web browser from any location.

Flow Story is EditShare’s remote editing application. “Unlike traditional NLEs, Flow Story provides remote and secure access to on-premise stored media directly through any Internet connection,” states the vendor. “With unique finishing tools, including integration with Audio Network and Pond 5 allowing users to browse and add audio and video files directly to their sequence, Flow Story provides users the ability to package content for finishing, delivery or playout.”

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