IPV, experts in intelligent video content management for more than 20 years, today announced its new educational webinar series, MAM:Explained, which will debut on Thursday, October 1, 2020 at 11am ET, with an encore at 1pm ET. Hosted the first Thursday of each month by IPV Product Manager, James Varndell, the series invites attendees to take a closer look at media asset management through the lens of relevant use cases from existing customers such as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Hearst, Home Depot, NASA, The Golf Channel, and more. Each session will last 30 minutes, with 20 minutes of presentation and 10 minutes of audience Q&A.
To set the stage for subsequent webinars, the inaugural session will provide an end-to-end remote, collaborative editing workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro, from remote ingest all the way through to cloud conform and how its capabilities can serve organizations of any size, from major consumer brands to media conglomerates and broadcasters to boutique production houses working with video.
Save your seat for IPV’s MAM:Explained now!
Session details and schedule:Advanced End-to-End Remote & Collaborative Workflows
Thursday, October 1st @ 11am ET and again at 1:00pm ET
As the world restructures for remote working, Curator integrates seamlessly with Premiere Pro to connect remote creative teams, empowering them to edit & collaborate on video from anywhere, together. In the kickoff session of MAM:Explained, attendees will walk away with an understanding of:
Cloud editing with 2% frame-accurate, streamed proxies in Premiere.
Remote collaboration on Premiere projects
Superfast, remote conform and render in the cloud
Mark your calendar for upcoming first Thursdays with IPV to learn more about topics including:
Optimizing storage with intelligent media solutions, Thursday, November 5th
Editing for live events, Thursday, December 3rd
Mastering remote collaborative workflows, Thursday, January 7th
How AI can transform your video operations, Thursday, February 4th
For additional information please visit the IPV website.