Customer spotlight on award-winning Park Slope Productions for their role in Discovery Channel’s “Alaskan Bush People”
“Before EVO, producers and editors had to email each other to inquire about certain pieces of footage, and it was easy to lose track. With EVO, everything is constantly up to date. Editors can simultaneously work on different aspects of footage and see the most up to date version at any time.” — Jose Berrios, Park Slope Productions
Visit us at IBC 2015
Come chat with us September 11-15 at IBC 2015 (RAI Amsterdam, Stand 7.h50, Hall 7) where we’ll be answering questions and giving previews of our latest shared storage workflow products and solutions for 4K.
For our 12th year at IBC we’ll be giving a preview of the upcoming EVO OS v.5.8, which includes a workflow-centric set of new server-side features that streamlines indexing and proxy generation.
We’d love to show you how EVO integrates with industry-leading tools and apps such as DaVinci Resolve, Ross Video XPression, TriCaster, Adobe CC, and XenData, among others.
We’re looking forward to meeting you soon!
Park Slope Productions
Park Slope Productions is an award-winning producer of original programming for the likes of OWN, TLC and MTV, and knows what it takes to create engaging television. When they came upon a family of nine living “off the grid” in the rugged Alaskan wilderness, the Park Slope team knew it had found something unique…
Go behind the scenes to see how Park Slope uses EVO to produce Discovery Channel’s “Alaskan Bush People”
EVO 8 Bay Shared Storage Server
The 4K-Ready 8 bay EVO shared storage server gives professional media creation teams total flexibility with built-in NAS and SAN, up to 144TB, multiple direct-connect GbE and 10GbE ports, enhanced features like asset tagging, cloud integration with Dropbox and Adobe CC, RAID 5/6, and LDAP/AD — all in one box.
Edit directly over network from server
Embedded easy asset management with ShareBrowser
Intuitive project locking for Resolve, Adobe Creative Cloud, FCP
Avid bin sharing
Eric Newbauer: September 3, 2015 at 9:52pm in Blog