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EditShare Webinar Series: Skinny MAM – Tackling Workflow without the Overhead

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Editshare.logo1On May 6th, EditShare will host the next session in their 2020 webinar series “Skinny MAM – Tackling Workflow without the Overhead.” The first session will begin at 9am ET/ 1pm UTC, with the second session starting at 7pm ET/ 11pm UTC. Both sessions will be led by EditShare’s Senior Pre-Sales Engineer, Nathan Rausch and their Vice President of Product Management, Sunil Mudholkar.

EditShare’s webinar will cover Flow Story, AirFlow, Flow Automation, Third-party integrations leveraging, EditShare’s open set of RESTful APIs (including the Flow/Zoom integration discussed in a recent blog by their CTO – Stephen Tallamy,) and their updated Premiere Pro panel that is available in Flow 2020.3 at the end of May.

In response to the current health crisis, EditShare is also offering (for a limited time) their open and secure remote asset management platform, Flow, for free to any content creator. Flow will enable individuals as well as large creative groups to collaborate on story development with capabilities to perform extensive review approval remotely.

For more information or registration, please visit www.editshare.com

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