06.09.2008 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Editshare shows complete collaboration tools
EditShare is now offering its new Complete Collaboration product line, — including EditShare Flow, EditShare Storage Series, and EditShare XStream Series — that target ingest, production and shared storage applications.
EditShare Flow Ingest and Flow Browse integrate seamlessly with the EditShare Storage, XStream and Ark solutions. EditShare Flow Ingest captures content in one format and simultaneously outputs to multiple formats, including Apple Pro Res and Avid, MXF, as well as low proxy formats. It includes 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 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.
The EditShare Storage series includes the EditShare Field mobile storage solution, EditShare Metro for small to mid-size editing workgroups and EditShare scalable Rack Units. In addition to its Apple and Avid project sharing capabilities, the storage series offers automated diagnostic tools and efficient back office data processing policies and administration.
The new EditShare XStream series is designed to support high-performance post and broadcast environments. EditShare XStream can process media at data rates of 300MB per second per stream, supporting up to 100 streams of DV50 and multiple 1080p 444 HD projects/streams. This makes it the perfect solution for post facilities working with Digital Intermediary (DI) 2K projects as well as television stations with large numbers of simultaneous users accessing central storage or employing concurrent workflows.
For more information, visit www.editshare.com.