EditShare to Serve Collaborative Work Solutions at NAB2007

EditShare will highlight its shared cross-platform collaborative editing and shared media storage systems at NAB2007.
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EditShare will highlight its shared cross-platform collaborative editing and shared media storage systems at NAB2007.

EditShare Workflow offers open architecture that promotes collaborative editing end-to-end. Using Gigabit Ethernet, EditShare technology enables Avid, Apple, Adobe, Autodesk, Boris FX, Canopus, Digidesign, Media 100, and Sony editors and compositors connected to an EditShare network can seamlessly access a common pool of media files in real time.

EditShare technology supports file level sharing, so multiple editors can write to the same volume simultaneously. Source materials, work in progress and finished packages are shared and instantly available to all users on the EditShare network, regardless of application or platform. The rules-driven workflow prevents the overwriting or accidental destruction of data.

EditShare's Avid Project Sharing feature enables multiple Avid editors to work from the exact same project and get instant read-only access to each other's bins and sequences.

The latest release of the EditShare ESA products incorporates a new iSCSI component that enables users to integrate their Digidesign ProTools and Avid Nitris systems into the EditShare workflow. Ergonomic enhancements include an improved EditShare Connect Client with simplified one-point access and password recognition as well as an enhanced automated tool for configuring multiple EditShare systems in an ESA Group.

Brand new at NAB2007 will also be EditShare Field, incorporating EditShare media sharing technology in an all-in-one ruggedized chassis designed for mobile and location editing.

EditShare will be in booth SL11105.