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New EditShare Flow MAM Update Automates QC, File Transfer and Cloud Delivery Workflows; Expands Cloud-Based Production Capabilities with New Remote Editor Posted: 01/09/2016

EditShare, a technology leader in intelligent shared storage and media management solutions, today announced a new release of its Flow Media Asset Management platform (v3.3.0.3). In addition to enhanced core capabilities such as automated batch import of sidecar metadata and server-to-server file transfers, the Flow release boasts a brand new, fast-turnaround editing application as well as integration with Amazon (distribution to Amazon S3), Aspera (file transfer), Interra Baton (QC) and Vidcheck (QC), expanding cloud-based production and automated workflow options from ingest to distribution. Integrated within the EditShare shared storage environment, EditShare Flow brings a layer of governance over media assets, giving users greater control over productions by providing key ingest, browse, automate, track and distribute functions.

Tags: MAM | IBC | Shared Storage | Remote Editing | Ingest | Cloud Workflow | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
Submitted by Zazil Media Group
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Magilla Entertainment signs up to Forscene for Discovery Channel series Posted: 12/04/2016

Recognised leader in non-scripted TV production, Magilla Entertainment has licenced professional video editing software, Forscene for one-year.  The New York-based production company intends using the software to streamline their post workflow and bring down costs on a variety of reality shows including the recent 18 episode uporder of Diesel Brothers for Discovery Channel. 

Tags: Magilla Entertainment | Discrovery channel | Diesel Brothers | Forscene | Forbidden Technologies | NAB | Jason Cowan | professional video editing software | post-production | editing | cloud workflows | reality-tv | unscripted | NAB 2016 | NAB 2016
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Aspera to bring world-class SaaS and live streaming solutions to IBC 2015 Posted: 23/07/2015

Aspera, an IBM company and creator of technologies that move the worlds data at maximum speed, will showcase its complete portfolio of high-speed file transfer software and automation solutions for the broadcast and media industries, including the revolutionary new SaaS platform, Aspera Files, at IBC 2015, booth #7.B27.

Tags: Aspera | cloud | FASPstream | big data | data transfer | data movement | Aspera Files | IBC | IBC 2015 | high-speed file transfer software | automation | SaaS platform | broadcast and media | FASP transport technology | Direct-to-Cloud | workflow automation | on-premise storage | file-transfer | IBC 2015
Submitted by Francois Quereuil, Senior Director Aspera, an IBM Company
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