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EditShare, a technology leader in intelligent scale-out storage, media asset management (MAM) and automated quality control (AQC), will be displaying the sought-after solutions HelmutFX, a back-office solution that provides Adobe Premiere Pro CC projects and users management via EditShare Flow, and VBox, the next generation ‘Channel-in-a-Box’ playout automation system, at this year’s BroadcastAsia. EditShare will also feature it multi-award-winning EFS storage platforms, Flow media asset management, now featuring new Emmy award winning multicam and remote editing capabilities and support for a raft of new storage vendors, and IMF-ready QScan, which provides HDR compliance verification capabilities to Dolby Vision certified post-production facilities.
The solutions will be displayed on stand #6E4-01 at BroadcastAsia on June 18th-20th, 2019 at the Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre in Suntec City, Singapore.
About EditShare Media Solutions at BroadcastAsia 2019:
HelmutFX – Back-office solution available now through EditShare resellers
HelmutFX, an Adobe Premiere Pro CC projects and user management back-office solution from broadcast workflow expert MoovIT, is now available through EditShare’s worldwide reseller network. HelmutFX simplifies the project management of enterprise scale Adobe creative deployments and enhances Adobe workflows with EditShare Flow media asset management platform.
The toolset integrates elegantly to add a layer of control and automation, to assist with managing a broad range of administrative and organisational tasks. Modular in design, HelmutFX is able to communicate with all connected systems (ingest, archive, backup, MAM, PAM, etc.), enhancing workflows and removing complexity, providing editors with more freedom to focus on creative production. This provides EditShare customers with the option to enhance and expand their workflow even more, which is at the core of the company philosophy HelmutFX is available for purchase at: editshare.com/products/helmut-fx.
VBox – ‘Channel-in-a-Box’ Playout Automation
EditShare’s VBox is a turnkey, compact playout solution designed to meet the needs and demands of modern broadcast centres, satellite operators and telcos. VBox is a next generation ‘Channel-in-a-Box’ playout automation system that provides complete peace of mind to channel operators battling with the myriad IP playout codecs and HD and UHD formats. It’s a 4K video playout solution with built-in on-air graphics, a full remote playlist and transfer management in one easy to use, cost-effective compact server solution. With
VBox is approved to work with EditShare’s smart workflow tools such as QScan AQC and Flow MAM, as well as EFS storage nodes for mission-critical playout. With VBox, EditShare offers an entire end-to-end solution from ingest to automation, making it a versatile, purpose-built playout platform with the flexibility to meet the needs of every TV station. For more information, visit editshare.com/products/vbox.
EditShare EFS – Storage Designed for the Future of Media & Entertainment
EditShare’s fluid media ecosystem facilitates sharing of content and ideas through organized access of media on an open platform that integrates all industry standard video and audio editing systems, color grading solutions and visual effects applications. Its flagship enterprise EditShare EFS scale out storage solution is developed for large-scale media organizations, supporting hundreds of users simultaneously with embedded tools for sharing media and collaborating across departments, across sites, and around the world.
In addition to showcasing EditShare’s multi-award-winning EFS storage platforms, attendees can also see EditShare’s latest advancements to its EFS Auditing technology, the industry’s only real-time auditing platform designed to manage, monitor and secure your media from inception to delivery. EFS Auditing keeps track of all digital assets and captures every digital footprint that a file takes throughout its life cycle, including copying, modifying and deleting of any content within a project.
Driving home the innovative power behind EditShare’s EFS Auditing solution, the proprietary technology just received the prestigious 2019 NAB Show Product of the Year Award in the Storage category for being the first real time purpose-built shared storage file auditing solution for the Media and Entertainment industry. IABM, the International Association for Broadcast & Media Technology Suppliers, recognized EFS Auditing as a game changer in storage content security at IBC 2018 with the “Best Storage” product award.
Flow 2019 – Innovating Remote Editing Workflows
EditShare will be showcasing the recently announced Flow 2019 extension 3. The latest update to its software-defined media asset management (MAM) solution simplifies media sharing and collaboration with embedded production tools to track, search, retrieve, edit, and automate media and media processes across on-premise and cloud-based storage solutions.
Flow 2019 Extension 3 also expands editing functionality to include the Emmy award-winning multicam technology developed for Lightworks.
In addition to major performance improvements across the board, Flow 2019 extension 3 adds support for new storage vendors while expanding its cloud-based support for Azure, Google, S3, Wasabi, and Backblaze with cost-effective scale up and scale down workflows. Flow 2019 extension 3 offers a flexible way to sync multiple cameras and footage together, including separate video and audio clips into one combined asset that can have tracks individually altered to change sync where needed. The asset can then be logged, shared and edited all within the Flow Story client allowing for simple and even shared editing between multiple Flow Story clients at the same time.
With support for MOS protocol in Flow 2019 Extension 3, journalists can create placeholders, craft stories and send for approval and distribution without having to jump from one application to another. Based on assignments from the NRCS, news clips are automatically created in Flow 2019 as sequence placeholders with news content edited in the Flow Story module and pushed to the NRCS when final. Flow 2019 automatically alerts the NRCS that the news clip is ready for distribution.
EditShare Flow 2019 is available today in three packages: Basic, Advanced and Enterprise. Volume pricing is also available. Users can test-drive Flow by downloading a free 14-day trial at my.editshare.com. For more information, visit flow.editshare.com.
QScan – IMF-Ready and Support for Dolby Vision HDR Compliance Testing
QScan’s wide-ranging model offering allows users to incorporate automated quality control processes into facilities and workflows of all sizes and demands; additionally, its new IMF capabilities opens doors to global business opportunities. With more content than ever being distributed in multiple languages over multiple platforms, QScan supports IMF workflows, allowing users to create one bundle with the variation in language and distribution encapsulated.
EditShare QScan models now also sport a new node-based IMF dashboard that gives users a visual “top-down” look at their IMF packages, demystifying the complexity of reading IMF bundle compositions for media professionals.
EditShare is also now providing Dolby Vision certified mastering post-production facilities new HDR compliance verification capabilities with its QScan product line. Unique to QScan, all vital information is displayed along a timeline with thumbnails. This visual breakdown of the data makes it simple for users to identify where problems within the content may appear and thus resolve any compliance delivery issues with greater efficiency and earlier in the production/post-production.―BCS Bureau