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EditShare demonstrates enhancements to its Complete Collaboration product line including Geevs broadcast playout systems and Lightworks editing solutions (22/3/2010)
Lightworks non-linear editing solutions and Geevs playout systems expand EditShare capabilities; showcasing advancements in multi-channel ingest and browse, shared production storage and archiving product lines
EditShare®, the technology leader in cross platform collaborative editing and shared media storage, today announced plans to exhibit at the annual National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) 2010 exhibition held in Las Vegas, April 12th through the 15th (stand #SL 4725). A driving force in collaborative workflow management and shared storage solutions, EditShare will demonstrate innovative technology enhancements to its award-winning Complete Collaboration product line, which now includes the recently acquired Geevs broadcast playout systems and Lightworks editing solutions.
"We are thrilled to have the opportunity to showcase Geevs and Lightworks as part of the EditShare product portfolio at NAB 2010. It will be almost 9 months to the day since we acquired these technologies and we have a number of developments that will really surprise and excite our customers," comments Andy Liebman, CEO, EditShare. "We will also be unveiling many significant new features in our Flow, XStream and Ark product lines that amplify the interoperability of our Complete Collaboration products. NAB 2010 will mark the largest new technology release in EditShare history and we believe that these advancements will pioneer new collaborative workflows leading the next big trend for media production and sharing."
Just Some of the EditShare Products You Will See at NAB 2010
In addition to the roll out of the newly acquired Geevs and Lightworks systems, EditShare will be showcasing many new features for its other products in the Complete Collaboration lineup.
Multi-channel SD/HD Ingest, Log, Browse and Asset-Tracking Solution
EditShare Flow goes beyond traditional ingest solutions by incorporating key production features for optimizing the media recording and pre-edit process. Flow provides extensive ingest, logging, browse, search and asset-tracking capabilities that can enhance virtually any workflow. Unique production features include support for the industry's only Universal Media File Technology™ enabling Avid® and Final Cut Pro® editors to share and edit the exact same media files and exchange sequences between the two applications – without transcoding, relinking, duplicating media or re-rendering.
New Flow Feature Highlights:
• NEW Edit While Capture feature lets you begin the editing process while events are still unfolding. Flow now supports two approaches to this mission-critical feature – files that continuously expand right in your NLE timeline, and "chunking," which produces fixed-duration clips that go seamlessly together.
EditShare Storage Series and XStream Series
Shared Production Storage for Standard and Large User Workgroups; Digital Intermediate Workflows
EditShare shared storage solutions lets editors and compositors easily and economically share media and work collaboratively regardless of the platform or application. Storage and XStream Series Highlights:
• Extreme performance with industry leading stream counts supporting hundreds of simultaneous users.
Purpose-built media protection for broadcast and post
EditShare Ark provides digital and tape-based options for creating backups and archives or mirroring media spaces. Fully integrated with EditShare shared storage solutions, Ark provides economical media protection for EditShare users. EditShare Ark Highlights:
• Media Asset-Tracking - Archive media, bins, and sequences with metadata intact, ensuring quick searches for online and near-line tiered archives.
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