The EVO Ecosystem is Getting a Massive Upgrade

Introducing single namespace clustering for teams with massive storage requirements, new copy, sync, and backup tools for Slingshot, and deeper integrations with some of the world’s most popular editing and motion graphics tools.

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March 20, 2019 by Andrew McKay in BLOG

ShareBrowser Premiere Panel Now Available on the Adobe Exchange

We’re excited to announce that you can now download the ShareBrowser extension for Adobe Premiere Pro on the Adobe Exchange!

What’s the ShareBrowser extension? I’m glad you asked!

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March 8, 2019 by SNS Editor in BLOG

Using Custom Metadata Fields in ShareBrowser

Metadata is one of the most valuable tools in post-production.

It can completely transform the speed at which a team works, and save time (and headache) by making it easy for everyone to find media and projects. Sometimes, it can even be the difference between delivering a project on schedule or missing a deadline. Whether you’re at a small creative shop, an in-house agency, or working in a large post or production studio, the need to tag and catalog files, search and preview media, and effectively collaborate in a shared environment is universal. That’s why we’re excited to make your metadata even more powerful, by giving you a new way to organize and manage your media with ShareBrowser.

With ShareBrowser 5.0.2, you can create custom metadata fields to tailor your experience better than ever.

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February 25, 2019 by Andrew McKay in BLOG

Introducing the New ShareBrowser Panel for Adobe Premiere Pro

At SNS, we’re always looking for new ways to improve the creative process. Whether that’s enhancing the way you manage and share projects with your team, or adding new capabilities to the way you interact with media inside your editing software.

Our latest update brings ShareBrowser — our easy to use media asset management software — directly into Adobe Premiere Pro, and gives you exciting new ways to access media, stay organized, and collaborate without leaving your timeline.

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February 6, 2019 by Andrew McKay in BLOG

Yes, Even Small Teams Can Benefit from Using Shared Storage

Small studio camera with monitor and shotgun microphone

Footage is footage.

Whether it’s a major motion picture, a regional commercial, independent film, or anything in-between, the amount of media captured for any particular project can balloon from a few takes to filling multiple drives almost immediately. In just a few months, even a basic HD camera will have recorded massive amounts of video and audio.

For many small teams, organizing these files means using a new external hard drive for each project to organize after capture. This is an attractive approach at first, particularly with the price-per-terabyte of consumer-level drives at an all-time low. However, in practice, what seems cost effective on the surface can quickly become an unmanageable library of drives all sitting with varied amounts of unused space.

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November 8, 2018 by Andrew Horwat in BLOG
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