EditShare is previewing its new EditShare Flow 3 at NAB 2013. This latest version of the Flow is a major update to the company’s popular asset management software, which includes tools for ingest, logging and browsing. The new release improves overall functionality, such as visibility of all media assets, including video, audio and still images. In addition to adding many new features to Flow Ingest, Logger and Browse modules, EditShare has expanded Flow’s capabilities with the addition of Flow Automation and AirFlow modules.
Flow Automation improves workflow efficiency, enabling users to focus on more creative and mission critical aspects of projects. Flexible production workflow templates automate repetitive tasks such as transcoding, media migration and deleting clips. Flow Automation can also be configured to take other actions based on rules and schedules, streamlining the workflow.
The new AirFlow module lets customers manage media and projects over the Internet.
“Flow 3 is engineered to help you access, manage and move your media on your terms, with intuitive automation services that facilitate quickly handling repetitive, but very important tasks with exact precision,” said Andy Liebman, founder and CEO, EditShare. “More than this, Flow serves as a bridge, interconnecting systems across the production and postproduction chain, providing seamless interoperability from start to finish.”