Editshare updates storage products to become Avid-compatible

Editshare's XStream, Energy and Metro are now fully compatible with Avid Technology's systems.


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Boston, Massachusetts — EditShare has announced that the company’s collaborative storage products – XStream, Energy and Metro – now provide complete compatibility with Avid Technology’s new 64-bit systems, Media Composer and Symphony v6.0 as well as NewsCutter v10.0.

“The big news here is ‘project and media sharing,’” says Andy Liebman, founder and CEO, EditShare. “With Avid’s switch to 64-bit back in November, we had to modify our bin-locking and media-sharing code to be compatible with the new Avid software.

“As of today, EditShare’s Mac and Windows customers can get the same robust project and media-sharing options we have always provided for Avid’s 32-bit versions. Every aspect of EditShare’s tapeless workflow technology is now totally compatible with the latest Avid software. Customers can use our multichannel ingest, networked storage, media asset management, and backup and archiving products.”



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