June 19, 2009
The capabilities of the EditShare Complete Collaboration workflow, currently the only solution to offer both Apple and Avid project sharing for editors, is demonstrated at stand 7J2-12 in Hall 7 of BroadcastAsia 09. The streamlined shared workflow between Avid and Final Cut Pro is made possible by a new partnership with Automatic Duck and EditShare’s Universal Media File technology. This allows for instant, automated file format and sequence translation between Final Cut Pro and Avid editors, allowing them to share same media, with timelines intact, from a single storage space. The EditShare team also demonstrate the latest enhancements to their Complete Collaboration product line which offers media acquisition, sharing, storage and archiving products for post-production, DI and broadcast multi-editing workgroups. “We have seen a lot of interest this year at BroadcastAsia, especially since we have expanded the number of technologies integrated with the EditShare Complete Collaboration product line since our visit last year,” said Paul Hayes, managing director, of EditShare Australia. “Formal relationships with Assimilate, Digital Vision, ON AIR Systems and Vector, enhance and expand the number of workflows that can be deployed with EditShare solutions for broadcast, post-production and DI markets,” he added. New features include EditShare Flow version 1.2, demonstrating expanded codec support for the unique EditShare Universal Media File technology. New releases of EditShare Flow, EditShare Storage Series, XStream Series and EditShare Ark improve cross-format and DI workflows for broadcast, post and education.