Flow Asset Management - Features & Case Studies

EditShare Flow Workflow Webinar

Watch On Demand

The Top 5 Features of EditShare Flow

A Digistor Webinar featuring Live Demonstrations

Learn the latest top 5 features of EditShare Flow — plus see how these amazing tools are being used in professional workflows all around the world.

A combination of presentation and live demonstrations will help you discover there is a better way to organise and store your media assets. Flow is the missing link for any data storage, whether its on-premise, in the Cloud, or somewhere in between!

Topics discussed and demonstrated include:

  • Use Flow to Index all of your media assets automatically on any network storage, and make them instantly available to everyone in your organisation. Anywhere, and on any network!
  • Add customised metadata that allows you to search for your assets simply, not just by file name but by an unlimited number of fields.
  • Leverage the power of Artificial Intelligence to tag, annotate, transcribe audio, plus a load of other amazing tasks!
  • Access all of the logs and edit decisions you've made from anywhere in the world in your preferred video editor applications.
  • Automate really complex workflows, allowing your creative people to do what just they are really paid to do - create great content!


Watch On Demand

Wednesday March 11, 2020 11:00 AM AEST
Duration: Approx. 45 mins

Who Should Attend

Anyone who makes decisions on video, audio, and related media assets - broadcast television, VOD, post-production, media agencies, corporate enterprises, educational facilities, government departments - in fact, any company that uses video to produce, organise, or deliver content!.

Guest Presenters

This event will be presented by specialists and represents a unique opportunity to glean invaluable information from experts with international experience.

Paul Hayes

Paul Hayes
Regional Sales Manager, EditShare

With over 30 years working across the film and TV production industry in Asia Pacific, Paul has designed and supported hundreds of broadcast and post-production systems. He is a regular at world trade events, and has presented papers at conferences on collaborative storage and digital workflow techniques. His passion and experience in "real-world" processes and digital technology for the film and TV post market have assisted EditShare to "make the waves" in this region.

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Bayon Shahidi
Senior Pre-sales Engineer, EditShare

As a Senior Pre-sales Engineer and arguably one of the best demo artists around, Bayon has been supporting the sales team's activities across the Asia Pacific region for almost 10 years. Bayon's deep experience in installing systems, as well as training future operators, makes his knowledge invaluable to the EditShare team globally.

More About EditShare Flow

EditShare Flow

Flow provides a powerful production media asset management (PAM) platform for creative control of all files during the production process including 4K and remote editorial workflows. Flow will tag, organize, and manage your media, improving efficiency and multiplying productivity. Flow Automation adds the ability to automate complex and repetitive workflow tasks including transcoding and QC. With AirFlow and Flow Story, it is possible to remotely access, edit and package media on your shared storage system, increasing the opportunities for creative development outside the boundaries of your facility.

The Flow platform includes server-based modules as well as Mac OS X, Windows, and web client applications to create a complete palette of production tools. From ingest to archive, let Flow manage your workflow and set your media free.

Trade-Up EditShareDoes your storage solution need an update?

Take advantage of Digistor's "Bring Out Your Dead" EditShare trade-up promotion. The "Bring Out Your Dead" initiative, only operating for a limited time provides an opportunity for customers to trade-in their old shared storage solutions and in return, receive a 20% discount off current RRP for selected EditShare EFS models (conditions apply).

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