For 20+ years, Dave Spraker has been an evangelist for shared storage in the Pacific Northwest. From his experience as a promo editor for Portland NBC affiliate KGW-TV, he saw the need to bring editors and their content together across a facility.
Every Friday editors would be lined up outside one edit bay waiting their turn while another sat vacant. I knew there had to be a better way.
Spraker’s converts to shared storage for editing include not only post houses and broadcasters, but also corporate video departments, advertising agencies, production companies, local governments plus pro and college sports teams.
Known for its advanced project sharing capabilities for Avid, Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, and other industry-standard non-linear editors, all EditShare collaborative storage systems also feature comprehensive Flow media asset management as well as Ark backup and archiving capabilities. The flagship EditShare Flow application seamlessly integrates with EditShare shared storage, enhancing the workflow to include file ingest, scanning, logging, cataloging, automation, web-based access to clips, searching and much more. EditShare FLEX Cloud Sync provides a simple route to back up media libraries and FLOW databases to AWS S3, where it can be retrieved when required (Other cloud providers supported).
To learn more, contact Dave for a consultation or on-line demo.
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