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EditShare Goes to Broadcast India

Demonstrating the new EditShare 5.0; Project Sharing for Avid and Final Cut Pro Systems (October 22, 2007)
DMN Newswire--2007-10-22-- EditShare, the technology leader in cross platform collaborative editing and shared media storage systems, will be exhibiting their the new EditShare version 5.0 release at the Broadcast India exhibition, held in Mumbai  from November 1-3, on the Cineom stand P8.  Version 5.0 offers a slew of enhancements and new features including Project Sharing for Apple Final Cut Pro users (FCP), simplified media management and support for iSCSI.

Symposium Presentation ?Life After SAN
In addition to showcasing the new products and releases, attendees can see Paul Hayes, Director of EditShare Asia Pacific present  ?Life After SAN; a paper on todays shared storage strategies tailored to the needs of film and television editing operations.  The presentation, part of the Broadcast India Symposium, will be held on October 31st at 3:40 pm at the Y. B. Chavan Centre near Mantralaya, Mumbai.

Enhancements in EditShare Version 5.0
EditShare version 5.0 delivers vastly improved workflows with simplified administration and expanded capabilities.   The addition of Apple Final Cut Pro (FCP) Project Sharing capabilities is included in this version.  Deployed first for Avid systems and editors, the widely popular EditShare Project Sharing technology provides tremendous collaborative workflow benefits by enabling multiple editors to work on the same project simultaneously. EditShare is the only collaborative workflow and shared storage solution to offer project sharing for Apple FCP and Avid editing systems.
New administration features and functions in version 5.0 allow EditShare administrators to synchronize two or more servers regardless of geographic location, receive daily ?health reports detailing server activity, and minimize time to deploy with a new ?plug and play configuration.


 


 EditShare 5.0 feature highlights include:
?Full Project Sharing for both Avid and Final Cut Pro allows multiple editors to simultaneously work within the same projects
?Improved Shared Avid Projects: See warnings that other user's bins are locked. Move nested folders and bins without having to worry about permissions. Works flawlessly under both OS X and Windows.
?Powerful Synchronization Tool: Duplicate media files across two or more servers -- whether they're located in the same building or on the other side of the world. 

?Simplified Media Management: Variable levels of file protection. New ?Read Only option. New ?Maintenance Mode for deleting and modifying files.
?Limited Administration Rights: Grant specific controls on a per user and per Media Space basis. Authorized editors exercise their admin rights through EditShare Connect.
??Plug and Play Network Configuration: EditShare can now be configured to act just a like a ?switch. Plug in your workstations and connect to media or anything on the office network.
?Daily "Health Report": Administrators receive a daily email detailing everything you need to know about your server.
?Support for iSCSI : Users will enjoy the ease, simplicity and power of a file-level sharing NAS as well as benefit from the block-level SAN-type connectivity required for applications such as Digidesigns Pro Tools and Avid Nitris DS systems.

EditShare Workflow and Open Architecture
From field to finish offline to uncompressed HD - EditShare products are designed to maximize media sharing and storage for multi-user editing environments. Leveraging the power and cost effectiveness of Gigabit Ethernet, EditShare technology enables users to easily and economically share media and work collaboratively. Avid, Apple, Adobe, Autodesk, Boris FX, Canopus, Digidesign, Media 100, and Sony editors and compositors connected to an EditShare network can seamlessly access in real-time a common pool of media files. Unlike standard SAN devices, EditShare technology supports file level sharing - allowing multiple editors to write to the same volume simultaneously.  Regardless of application or platform; source material, work in progress and finished packages are shared and instantly available to all users on the EditShare network. The rules-driven workflow ensures that no data is ever overwritten or accidentally destroyed.

EditShare Partner Cineom
EditShare is exhibiting at Broadcast India in conjunction with Cineom, one of the leading system suppliers and integrators in the media industry. Widely regarded as a technology leader, Cineom appreciates the cross-platform support of  EditShares collaborative storage solutions and see EditShare as a key part of their future strategies. Learn more about Cineom at www.cineom.com

About EditShare LLC
EditShare LLC is the pioneer of a new category of collaborative editing solutions designed for digital media workgroups and production companies.  The EditShare system fuels the collaborative creative process for digital media artists by delivering high quality high performance and cost effective networked collaborative editing solutions.  For more information, please visit www.editshare.com

Contacts
For more information about EditShare at Broadcast India 2007 or to schedule a private appointment, please send email to sales@cineom.com or apsales@editshare,com
2007 EditShare LLC. All rights reserved.  EditShare is a registered trademark of EditShare LLC.   All other trademarks mentioned herein belong to their respective owners.
 
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Janice Dolan
Zazil Media Group
janice@zazilmediagroup.com
Tel:  +1 (617) 817 6595

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