04.11.2008 08:51 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
EditShare debuts collaborative workflow

At NAB2008 in booth SL9820, EditShare will feature its turnkey solutions for managing and storing media from acquisition to archive, including EditShare Flow, EditShare Storage Series, EditShare XStream Series and EditShare Ark.

The new EditShare Flow series offers two distinct packages — Flow Ingest and Flow Browse — that integrate seamlessly with the EditShare Storage, XStream and Ark solutions. EditShare Flow Ingest is the only acquisition solution that captures in almost any format and simultaneously outputs to almost any format including Apple, Avid and low-proxy formats. No transcoding is required and files are immediately available.

Features include multichannel ingest with independent control over each channel, full metadata capture and edit-while-recording capabilities. Users can automate ingest, control ingest remotely or initiate it manually. EditShare Flow Ingest supports Apple ProRes, Avid MXF formats and up to three codecs per channel, including proxy.

EditShare Flow Browse simplifies and accelerates media searches within the EditShare storage environment. Users can quickly locate media among hundreds of thousands of clips. EditShare Flow Browse supports proxy viewing outside the nonlinear editing application for optimal viewing on the EditShare Media Space, annotation of metadata forms and the ability to drag and drop media into an Avid or Final Cut Pro bin.

For more information, visit www.editshare.com.

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