At NAB, EditShare previewed for the first time the new EditShare Flow 3, the latest version of EditShare’s asset management software, which includes tools for ingest, logging and browsing.
The new Flow release improves overall functionality such as visibility to all media assets including video, audio and still images. In addition to adding new features to Flow Ingest, Logger and Browse modules, EditShare has expanded Flow production workflow capabilities with the addition of Flow Automation and AirFlow modules.
Flow Automation improves workflow efficiency, enabling resources to focus on more creative and mission critical aspects of projects. Flexible production workflow templates automate repetitive tasks such as transcoding, media migration, and deleting clips. Flow Automation can also be configured to take other actions based on rules and schedules, saving time and streamlining the entire workflow.
The new AirFlow module lets customers manage media and projects from wherever they are. A simple web browser and Internet connection is all that's needed to stay on top of your workflow and asset management.
EditShare also demonstrated the latest addition to its Geevs family of broadcast servers - Geevs Post. It is a completely scalable, multipurpose ingest server and playout solution designed specifically for the post-production industry. It integrates seamlessly with EditShare's central storage and Flow Media Asset Management, offering full integration with Flow projects, while sequences can be created in Post and edited in Flow, or vice-versa.