Yesterdays Venue and Event for the UK Broadcast roadshow was epic. Here are some pictures of the Venue and the trunk loaded and ready to move to Thursday’s event in Bristol http://www.broadcastshowtour.com/roadshow_venue_bristol
We invited some folks to come up for training at EditShare’s Boston offices this week. Here are some glimpses into the week we’ve had.
EDITSHARE HIGH-PERFORMANCE TAPELESS SOLUTIONS ON DISPLAY AT BROADCAST ASIA 2012
EditShare redefines shared storage with asset management and archiving now integrated into every shared storage system; new Geevs Post Server sports 64-bit Flux Engine
Sydney, Australia – May 24, 2012 –
EditShare®, the technology leader in shared media storage and end-to-end tapeless workflow solutions, today announced its plans for the Broadcast Asia 2012 Exhibition, held at the Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre from June 19 – 22 (on Media Village Stand: B-08). EditShare will be showcasing new versions of its tapeless solutions highlighting advancements in collaborative storage performance and technology integration as well as video production server technology. “We believe that the move from digital to file-based workflows is as important as the leap from analog to digital years ago,” says Paul Hayes, VP of Sales and Marketing, EditShare Asia Pacific Region. “EditShare is pioneering the transition with innovative solutions such as our MAM-enabled shared storage platform that integrates EditShare Flow capabilities right within the EditShare shared storage and archiving environment. The integrated platform facilitates an end-to-end file-based workflow that connects production, post, and broadcast systems to enable complete collaboration among users across the facility.”
What to See on the EditShare Stand
On display at Broadcast Asia 2012 (stand B-08) will be the new EditShare high-performance production and storage platform, the industry’s first MAM-enabled storage solution with end-to-end production capabilities for managing ingest, asset tracking, storage, and archiving. The highly scalable EditShare platform features advanced media management capabilities from the company’s production asset management solution – EditShare Flow – fully integrated with EditShare XStream/Energy shared storage and EditShare Ark archiving technology. With powerful capture, logging, searching, sequence creation, and project sharing, as well as easy archiving integrated under one system, the workflow becomesstreamlined and more efficient. From start to finish, metadata and media are easily searchable and accessible. Background processes are transparent to users, allowing them to focus on creative efforts as opposed to technical workarounds.
Also on display at Broadcast Asia is the new EditShare Geevs Post Server, the first in a line of servers based around the new 64-bit Geevs Flux engine. The core 64-bit Geevs Flux engine offers many powerful technology enhancements, utilizing the latest 8-core CPUs and fast GPUs. Housed in a sleek 1U server, Geevs Post is built on brand new X9 hardware and the latest 8-core CPUs, available in two I/O configurations; 2-in / 2-out or 4-in / 0-out.
Book a Private Press Briefing at Broadcast Asia 2012
To arrange a press briefing with a member of the EditShare management team or to set up a private product viewing during Broadcast Asia 2012, please contact Anya Oskolkova at email@example.com.
EditShare is the technology leader in networked shared storage and tapeless, end-to-end workflow solutions for the TV and film industry. Our groundbreaking products improve efficiency and workflow collaboration every step of the way. They include video capture and playout servers, high-performance central shared storage, archiving and backup software, media asset management, and Lightworks, the world’s first 3-platform (Windows/OS X/Linux) professional non-linear video editing application.
©2012 EditShare LLC. All rights reserved. EditShare™ is a registered trademark of EditShare LLC. All other trademarks mentioned herein belong to their respective owners.
Digital Production Buzz’s Larry Jordan interviews EditShare founder and CEO Andy Liebman
Andy Liebman, EditShare
EditShare just bundled their Flow and Arc software for free as part of their network software. Andy Liebman discusses why they are emphasizing workflow and explains that getting started with EditShare is less expensive than you might think.
The MP3 file of the interview can be downloaded here.
EditShare Storage (220.127.116.11) – Changes in this version:
- Previously, you might have gotten erroneous warnings in the Daily Health Report about RAID Verification not having occurred in the last week on various hardware RAIDs, when in fact verification had been occurring. This has been fixed.
- New preference in EditShare Connect to hide Mac resource fork folders on Windows machines, which resolves some issues sharing Avid projects between Mac and PC Avid systems.
- Fix for Avid users receiving Segmentation Fault errors while using Avid Style media spaces, especially when switching from Avid to other applications or to the desktop.
- EditShare Connect is designed to warn you and not proceed with mounting spaces if Avid is already running when EditShare Connect is launched. However, in previous versions of EditShare Connect, the check for whether or not Avid was already running was too sensitive. Even if only the AvidBinIndexer was running and not the Avid application itself, EditShare Connect would say that “Your Avid application is already running”. This has been resolved.
- A new version of the EditShare network configurator ensures that proper network performance parameters are getting set according to the type of network card in the server – 1 Gigabit or 10 Gigabit – and according to whether bonding and/or bridging is enabled.
EditShare Ark (18.104.22.168) – Changes in this version:
- Flow proxy and database files can now be backed up to Ark (Please contact EditShare Technical Support for configuration details, automatic configuration to follow in a future version).
- Ark will now properly run multiple backup or restore jobs simultaneously (assuming they don’t require tapes from the same pool).
- Fixes to Ark Check Jobs – When running Ark Check Jobs, you will no longer see a progress bar that looks as if the job is running, nor will you get emails for each Media Space that was checked. You will only see a pop up box and receive an email – both providing a summary of the results of the Check Job.
- Ark no longer allows you to back up a media space in Maintenance or Unshare Mode, which ensures that correct information is reported to the flow database.
EditShare Flow (22.214.171.124) – Changes in this version:
- In Flow Browse, if you browsed to a mounted Media Space in the Local tab, duplicate clip entries might have appeared in the database. The new v126.96.36.199 Flow clients fix this problem.
NOTE FOR AVID USERS UPGRADING FROM EDITSHARE 188.8.131.52 OR EARLIER
If you were previously using EditShare Connect on Mac OS X or Windows under EditShare 184.108.40.206 or earlier, and had configured Avid Style or the Avid Launcher, you must first un-configure these features in the old version of EditShare Connect.
Next, if you are a Windows user, you must uninstall the old version of EditShare Connect.
Finally, both Mac OS X and Windows users must update to the new version of EditShare Connect and reenable Avid Style and/or the Avid Launcher.
If you are upgrading from EditShare 220.127.116.11, you can simply install the new EditShare Connect clients over the old ones. You may need to re-target your Avid application in Windows EditShare Connect and/or re-enable the Avid Style option on Windows or os x.
NOTE ON ETHERNET BONDING:
If you have previously configured an ethernet bond under 18.104.22.168 or 22.214.171.124, you should update to 126.96.36.199 but you must contact EditShare Technical Support for assistance remaking the bond before doing so.
If you use ethernet bonding but are upgrading from 188.8.131.52, you can upgrade normally without assistance.
NOTE ON DAVE:
Please visit the updated DAVE compatibility page for new information on the latest EditShare approved DAVE build, 9.0.2-1450. (Updated 30 April 2012)
EditShare debuts brand new Geevs Post Server at NAB 2012. New 64-bit Geevs Flux engine leverages latest 8-core CPUs and fast GPUs for outstanding performance
Las Vegas, NV — April 16, 2012 — EditShare®, the technology leader in shared media storage and end-to-end tapeless workflow solutions, unveiled the brand new Geevs Post Server at NAB 2012 (booth SL9012). The first in a line of EditShare servers based around the new 64-bit Geevs Flux engine, Geevs Post offers a number of features geared towards the technically demanding post-production market. “We’re really pleased to be previewing this powerful new server at NAB. The video server market is a crowded place, but with Geevs Post, we are offering much more than just ingest or playout,” says James Richings, Managing Director of EditShare EMEA. “Collaboration and workflow are at the core of Geevs Post, and getting media in and out of your environment is an essential part of that process. Geevs Post makes this much simpler and at the most cost effective price available. There is nothing else quite like this, so we’re excited to be setting new standards with innovative collaborative technology once again.”
From ingest and file conversion through to playout and delivery, Geevs Post is the most comprehensive server that EditShare has offered to date. The core 64-bit Geevs Flux engine offers many powerful technology enhancements, utilizing the latest 8-core CPUs and fast GPUs. Housed in a sleek 1U server, Geevs Post is built on brand new X9 hardware and the latest 8-core CPUs, available in two I/O configurations; 2-in / 2-out or 4-in / 0-out.
Key features of Geevs Post include the following:
- 64 bits
- Live preview, multiviewer output
- 10-bit video
- Flow projects integration
- Widest format support of any server
- Avid, FCP, Adobe, Lightworks, and Edius support
- 23.98 fps support
- Closed caption support
- Full transcoding engine built in
- File Delivery built in
- Free XML API for Geevs Flux engine for third party developer
Attendees at NAB 2012 can see the new Geevs Post server along, with other popular EditShare solutions, at the EditShare booth (SL9012).
Pricing and Availability
The new Geevs Post server will be available in Q3, 2012. Please contact your local EditShare dealer for details.
Book a Private Press Briefing at NAB 2012
To set up a press briefing with a member of the EditShare management team or a private product viewing during NAB 2012, please contact Anya Oskolkova at anya at zazilmediagroup dot com
EditShare is the technology leader in networked shared storage and tapeless, end-to-end workflow solutions for the TV and film industry. Our groundbreaking products improve efficiency and workflow collaboration every step of the way. They include video capture and playout servers, high-performance central shared storage, archiving and backup software, media asset management, and the world’s first 3-platform (Windows, OSX and Linux) professional non-linear video editing application.
©2012 EditShare LLC. All rights reserved. EditShare® is a registered trademark of EditShare LLC. All other trademarks mentioned herein belong to their respective owners.
Janice Dolan, Zazil Media Group, janice at zazilmediagroup dot com, +1 617 817 6595