EditShare Showcasing at IBC2021
- 15 November, 2021
USA: EditShare, the technology leader that enables storytellers to create and manage collaborative media workflows, invites attendees to reconnect, explore innovation, and celebrate creativity at IBC2021. EditShare’s on-premise, hybrid, and fully automated cloud content management solutions, facilitate creative collaboration with innovative workflow automation to simplify the storytelling process.
The company’s senior leadership team and product experts will be on hand to discuss and demonstrate how its flagship FLOW media management and EFS software-defined storage innovations can empower creative teams and facilitate a better collaboration experience.
“IBC is an important connection point for the industry. It's where we have our ‘hallway’ conversations, impromptu get-togethers, and network with friends, customers, colleagues, and partners. This year, we have quite a bit of catching up to do! We look forward to reconnecting in person and discussing the EditShare innovation that enables our customers to collaborate and Create Amazing Together, anywhere and everywhere,” comments Conrad Clemson, CEO, EditShare.
Innovation at the EditShare Stand
Attendees can engage with EditShare workflow experts and experience first-hand FLOW and EFS cloud innovations that further simplify remote collaborative editing and content management. Demonstrated innovations include:
Remote Workflows for Mixed Editing Environments
The award-winning FLOW Universal Media Projects feature brings together Premiere Pro, Media Composer and DaVinci Resolve into a single workflow. From anywhere, editors have real time access to assets and can collaborate freely in a mixed editing environment. Universal Media Projects seamlessly manages behind the scenes all the necessary project data - sequences, clips, bin, and markers - between the various editorial tools.
Optimized Editing in the Cloud
EFSv’s Seamless Proxy Editing capabilities, announced in 2020, are showcased for the first time at IBC. The multi-award winning, patent pending workflow reimagines editing in the cloud to eliminate pain points and cut costs by up to 75%. EFSv leverages block and object storage to enable cost-effective editing in the cloud and smart FLOW panel technology for Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve to facilitate a frictionless user experience from edit to finish.
Simple, Reliable Backup & Synchronization to the Cloud
To augment EditShare’s multi-award-winning cloud editing workflows, EditShare introduces CloudSync service. Automate backup to the cloud or sync media and project information between on-premises and cloud systems reliably using EditShare’s accelerated API Services. CloudSync has received rave reviews from customers and provides a simple, automated backup and sync service for anyone that wants to use low-cost cloud storage for project parking or archiving.
Attendees can also book a private meeting with EditShare’s Sales and Professional Services teams to discuss specific commercial and technical needs and best practices for managing collaboration and content using EditShare’s range of on-premise, hybrid and fully automated cloud solutions and APIs. To book a private meeting with EditShare, please visit editshare.com/event/ibc-2021
FLOW is EditShare’s media management platform for creative workflows. It serves as a control layer across storage pools, offering fast-production tools and exceptional asset and metadata tracking. Easy-to-configure automation simplifies and expands workflows. EFS is a software-defined storage layer that securely centralizes content with features and performance to build small-to-enterprise production environments. EFSv virtualizes EditShare solutions offering exceptional media workflows, including patent pending seamless proxy editing, in the cloud.
EditShare’s workflow solutions can be configured for productions of all sizes and complexities, on premise, in the cloud, or hybrid. Users can work with anyone, anywhere. The robust EditShare API and extensive partner network allows customers to augment their media ecosystem with familiar editorial and production tools that make them more productive, freeing their workflows from conventional limits and taking them into new directions and business opportunities.