EditShare and Adobe have updated their integrated remote production and collaborative editing workflow. A new Flow panel for Adobe Premiere Pro helps with content management, proxy and remote editing, and review and approval workflows for editors.
EditShare’s EFS open storage solution enhances collaborative editing with full support for project-locking for Productions in Premiere. With the Productions feature set, Premiere can now handle projects with an extraordinary number of assets while maintaining peak performance. Sharing and organizing those assets is much easier than before.
Flow manages the entire media technology stack with tools to orchestrate assets and workflows across tiered on-premises, nearline and cloud storage environments. A secure platform for remote, collaborative productions, Flow offers a proxy-based workflow with support for over 500 codecs. Its enhanced Premiere panel connects individual editors and production teams directly to Flow media asset management and its productivity-focused tool set, including extensive asset tracking, a collaborative proxy editing workflow, and review and approval workflows globally.
EFS scalable storage enables media organizations to build extensive collaborative workflows on premises, in the cloud or in hybrid installations, shielding creative personnel from the underlying technical complexity while equipping administrators and technicians with a comprehensive set of storage management tools. For Adobe editors, EFS is fast and flexible collaborative storage with support for Productions in Premiere Pro to enable project sharing.
For a limited time, EditShare is offering a special Adobe workflow bundle that includes Flow media management, the EFS open storage solution and Helmut workgroup management tools.