IPV Curator Brings Better 3rd-Party Integration and Creative Working to 2017 NAB Show

At the 2017 NAB Show, media management technology specialist IPV will present the latest advances of its Curator MAM system. These include extended third-party integration and easier user collaboration.

Significant advancements have been made to IPV Curator’s integrated panels within Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects. Users across any creative service using the editing and effects software now have more tools available to them to find, edit and manage stored or archived content faster and more easily, no matter where they are.

The Adobe-integrated panels lets users search discover and add live markers to content, check in and out assets, and allow the straight-forward overall management of productions, tasks or sequences. This kind of integration makes it easier for multiple editors or effects artists to collaborate on projects from whenever they are, on whatever edit station.

Curator will also demonstrate how its latest advanced proxy workflows let editors create projects even if the original high-resolution content is archived or unavailable. It lets them ‘remote render’ assets which applies effects and transitions to source material no matter where it’s stored – even if it’s in another country.

At the show, IPV will also display the Curator system’s latest enhancements in metadata search. Whether automated or manually added, easy search and restore of assets via metadata underpins a MAM systems’ search and management of archived content. IPV Curator lets users in any organisation easily use tagged metadata to find and restore content wherever they are, from multiple distributed storage platforms including the cloud.

Designed to be hosted either on a cloud-hosted service, installed on-premises or a hybrid of the two, Curator is able to scale up or down for a content owner to meet demand when it’s at its peak.

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