October 16-17, 2019 — Visit us at NAB NY Show

NAB Show
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New York
October 16-17

Join us at NAB to learn about the latest features in EVO and ShareBrowser.

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Time & Date

October 16-17

Location

Jacob K. Javits Center, New York, NY

What We’re Showcasing

Enhanced workflows for Adobe, FCP X, Avid, and Resolve

See how EVO works with your favorite NLE. Whether you’re using Premiere Pro, FCP X, Avid, or Resolve, EVO has features designed specifically for your workflow.

Shared Storage for DPX and OpenEXR

Get hands-on with EVO DPX, our highest performance EVO system yet.

New ShareBrowser Features

See the latest updates to ShareBrowser, including customizable metadata fields, extended file support for previews, and new integrations for Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, and After Effects.

Cloud sync, backup, and replication

Learn how new features in Slingshot can help streamline your team’s storage management with copy, sync, and backup tasks on premise and in cloud.

AI Autotagging

Discover how teams of all sizes can take eliminate hours of manual metadata logging with AI in ShareBrowser.

Scale-out Clustering for EVO Nearline Storage Tier

Learn about the latest updates coming to our EVO Nearline storage tier.


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