News: EditShare and Adobe Collaborate to Enable Remote Production and Group Editing Workflows
Updated Flow Panel for Premiere Pro, and EFS support for project-locking in Premiere Pro’s Productions, bring outstanding remote editing and collaboration workflows to Adobe users - on premise, in a hybrid environment or in the cloud
(Boston, MA--May 27, 2020) EditShare®, a technology leader that specializes in secure media management, collaboration and intelligent storage solutions for video content creators, continues its collaboration with Adobe® to enhance end-to-end remote production and collaborative editing workflows. Creating an exceptional user experience, from individual storytellers to enterprise workgroups, the integrated solution of EditShare with Adobe seamlessly connects editing workflows into a wider media ecosystem with deep metadata tracking and workflow automation to simplify storytelling, whether on-premise, in a hybrid configuration, or as a complete cloud-based workflow. The new Flow panel for Adobe Premiere® Pro transforms content management, proxy and remote editing, and review and approval workflows for editors. EditShare’s EFS open storage solution enhances collaborative editing with full support for project-locking for Productions in Premiere Pro. With the Productions feature set, Premiere Pro can now handle projects with an extraordinary number of assets while maintaining peak performance. Sharing and organizing those assets is much easier than before. Read more in EditShare’s blog on Productions in Premiere Pro.
“Building collaborative digital video workflows for our customers continues to be one of the fundamental drivers of our Flow and EFS partner developments,” comments Sunil Mudholkar, Vice President of Product Management, EditShare. “Our solutions are optimized from the highest levels of the technology stack down to the storage file system, so creatives can work with Adobe tools in any location, with the very best user experience. The Flow Panel for Premiere Pro and EFS support for Productions enables users to delve deep into on-premise, cloud or deep archive storage to find that all important content, and collaborate with colleagues anywhere in the world, all without ever leaving the Adobe Premiere Pro UI.”
“Editors and creative teams want to focus on telling great stories without thinking about workflow issues,” said Sue Skidmore, head of partner relations for Adobe video. “The collaboration between Adobe and EditShare helps our users – from individual creatives to large groups – have a great experience whether they are on premise, in a hybrid environment or in the cloud.”
Designed to simplify storytelling, Flow manages the entire media technology stack with tools to orchestrate assets and workflows across tiered on-premise, nearline, and cloud storage environments. An essential, secure platform for remote, collaborative productions, Flow offers an advanced proxy-based workflow with support for over 500 codecs. Its enhanced Premiere Pro panel connects individual editors and production teams directly to the Flow media asset management and its productivity-focused toolset including extensive asset tracking, collaborative proxy editing workflow, and review and approval workflows across cities, countries and continents.
EFS scalable storage enables media organizations to build extensive collaborative workflows on premise, in the cloud, or in hybrid installations, shielding creative personnel from the underlying technical complexity while equipping administrators and technicians with a comprehensive set of storage management tools. For Adobe editors, EFS is fast and flexible collaborative storage with outstanding support for Productions in Premiere Pro, enabling best-in-class project sharing. Mudholkar adds, “Creatives don't have to feel overwhelmed with learning an entire media management platform: the lightweight Flow panel fits directly within Premiere Pro and delivers exceptional workflow efficiency while EFS supports the underlying transactions that keep media safe and projects organized.”
Special EditShare Bundle for Adobe Workflows
For a limited time, EditShare is offering a special Adobe workflow bundle that includes Flow media management, EFS open storage solution and Helmut workgroup management tools.
EFS and Flow provide a robust storage and media management platform that connects creatives, content and media optimized technology. Scalable up to the enterprise level, the workflow bundle for Adobe offers a media foundation that is built for creative workflows with tools to administer Premiere Pro workgroups and distributed teams. For complex workgroup management, EditShare offers the suite of Helmut tools as an optional extension to the bundle. To obtain more information, please visit here.
Join EditShare and Adobe on May 28th
Join the Adobe and EditShare team on Thursday May 28, 2020 at 12:00 pm EDT and again at 9:00 EDT for a joint webinar on Production, Group Editing, and Remote Workflows with Adobe Premiere Pro. To register for one of the time slots, please visit
https://editshare.live/webinar052820session1pr (12:00 pm EDT) and https://editshare.live/webinar052820session2pr (9:00 pm EDT)
EditShare is a technology leader in networked shared storage and smart workflow solutions for the production, post-production, new media, sports, and education markets. Whether you need on-prem, cloud, or hybrid solutions, our products improve efficiency and workflow collaboration every step of the way. They include media optimized high-performance shared storage, archiving and backup software, a suite of media management tools and a robust set of open APIs that enable integration throughout the workflow. Customer and partner success are at the heart of EditShare’s core values ensuring a world-class experience that is second to none.
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