EditShare intros software-only Flow MAM, more at NAB

During NAB 2018, EditShare launched a new standalone version of its Flow MAM software, designed for non-EditShare storage environments such as Avid Nexis, Storage DNA and Amazon S3. Flow adds an intelligent media management layer to an existing storage infrastructure that can manage millions of assets across multiple storage tiers in different locations.

EditShare will spotlight the new Flow version as well as a new family of solutions in its QScan Automated Quality Control (AQC) software line, offering cost-effective compliance and delivery check capabilities and integration across production, post and delivery. In addition, EditShare will unveil its new XStream EFS auditing dashboard, aligned with Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) best practices to promote security in media-engineered EFS storage platforms.

The Flow suite of apps helps users manage content and associated metadata from ingest through to archive. At the core of Flow are workflow engines that enable collaboration through ingest, search, review, logging, editing and delivery, and a workflow automation engine for automating tasks such as transcoding and delivery. Flow users are able to review content remotely and also edit content on a timeline with voiceover and effects from anywhere in the world.

Along with over 500 software updates, the latest version of Flow features a redesigned and unified UI across web-based and desktop apps. Flow also has new capabilities for remotely viewing Avid Media Composer or Adobe Premiere edits in a web browser; range markers for enhanced logging and review capabilities; and new software licensing with a customer portal and license management tools. A new integration with EditShare’s QScan AQC software makes AQC available at any stage of the post workflow.

Flow caters to the increased demand for remote post workflows by enabling full remote access to content, as well as integration with leading NLEs such as Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere. Comments James Richings, EditShare managing director, “We are seeing a huge demand from users to interact and collaborate with each other from different locations. The ability to work from anywhere without incurring the time and cost of physically moving content around is becoming much more desirable. With a simple setup, Flow helps these users track their assets, automate workflows and collaborate from anywhere in the world. We are also introducing a new pay-as-you-go model, making asset management affordable for even the smallest of teams.”

Flow will be available through worldwide authorized sales partners and distributors by the end of May, with monthly pricing starting at $19 per user.


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