EditShare On Campus:

Flow in Education

In order to provide the best possible real life workflow for students, universities must train and teach products from a number of different vendors. The level of integration between these vendors directly impacts the effectiveness of teaching. Having Flow as your central manager of content throughout the campus, enables a truly collaborative workflow, simulating a fast paced real life production scenario.

Education with EditShare's Flow MAM

Below are are some examples of Flow’s integration.

  • Editing: Drag and drop between Flow Browse and Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Creative Cloud, Apple Final Cut X, Grass Valley Edius, Lightworks and others

  • Grading and Finishing: Support for Autodesk Flame, Baselight and DaVinci Resolve on a range of operating systems including Linux.

  • VFX and Animation: Optimisation for file per frame workflows on EditShare EFS storage with support for image sequences in Flow. Work with your favourite programs such as Autodesk 3DS Max, Maya, SideFX Houdini or The Foundry’s Nuke compositing platform

  • Journalism: Integration between newsroom computer systems, the editing software and the studio playout software. EditShare provides tight integration with established newsroom systems such as ENPS, iNews and Octopus using the MOS protocol. Key features include Flow’s proxies being viewed directly within the newsroom applications and news rundowns actively controlling the Geevs video server playout using MOS protocol

  • Sports: Integration between custom logging applications such as Hudl’s Sportscode and Flow to provide detailed sports analysis

  • File Based Cameras: Ability to extract and map metadata directly for the. xml on the camera's Flash cards, thus adding to the rich metadata held in Flow, support for single file per recording and file per frame recordings in Flow. Flow’s support for ever widening range of codecs and wrappers in SD, HD, 4K and beyond including support for LUT’s in Flow Story

  • Storage: Universities existing IT storage can become part of the Flow ecosystem, enabling existing space to function as near-line, or Disaster Recovery. IT storage silo’s can be visible within Flow, with Flow Automation providing pre-set media movement between these storage centres

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