October 18-20, 2017 — Visit us at The Sands Expo Center, Las Vegas

JOIN US AT ADOBE MAX (STAND #636)

Join us for our first year exhibiting at Adobe MAX, the creativity conference. We’re going to dive deep into the ways EVO Shared Storage enables more productive workflows with Premiere, After Effects, and even Photoshop, Illustrator, and the rest of the Adobe Creative Cloud suite.

Complete the form to schedule a demo with one our workflow experts at Adobe MAX!

    WHAT WE’RE SHOWCASING

  • Premiere Pro workflow tools included with EVO
  • Workflows for Premiere and AE in a shared storage environment
  • Multi-user editing in realtime over ethernet
  • Using ShareBrowser to organize media throughout your workflow
  • Live production/DIT/portable shared storage solutions
  • Enhanced metadata export to Premiere Pro
  • Photoshop project locking
  • New LTO integrations
  • New web client for ShareBrowser
  • Integration with Amazon S3, Dropbox, and other cloud services<
  • File automation – transfer, copy, transcode & more
  • Advanced API for developers and integrators


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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.

Introducing EVO v6 and ShareBrowser v5

Image showing the EVO v6 hardware lineup and the latest updates to ShareBrowser, including AI autotagging, ShareBrowser for Adobe Premiere Pro, and export to DaVinci Resolve.

These new releases represent the culmination of our 20-plus-years commitment to redefining the way creative professionals interact with their storage and media. We’ve helped hundreds of thousands of people realize a better way to work, and all of their experiences have helped shape EVO and ShareBrowser into the products they are today.

For the latest versions, we dug deep into the operating system, obsessed over every hardware component, deepened our integrations with your favorite creative applications, and added dozens of new features and improvements designed to help you store, share, and collaborate better. We hope you love it as much as we do.

5 Ways to Improve Your Adobe Premiere Workflow with Shared Storage (Video)

Choosing the right shared storage server for Adobe Premiere Pro can make or break your post-production pipeline.

When a team first makes the switch from sneakernet, they learn that solving their storage and sharing woes can create new organizational problems. We recently did a Facebook live stream with Key Code Media to talk about the best ways to implement a shared workflow so that your team can get the most of out Adobe Premiere Pro using shared storage with integrated media asset management, AI, and automation.

CASE STUDIES

Central Post LA Chooses EVO to Enable Dolby Atmos Mixing & QC Workflows

Central Post LA has four control rooms, three recording spaces, and three full edit suites running Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere, and a DaVinci Resolve coloring suite. CPLA is equipped for something you won't find in many other facilities—Dolby Atmos for Home nearfield mixing—a service they increasingly provide for network, streaming, premium cable, and corporate clients.

Bipolar Studio Builds Award-Winning VR Experiences with EVO

When Bipolar Studio started to expand their capabilities to include things like 8K & 10K resolutions and 32-bit VR CGI, they knew it would be impossible without the right shared storage solution. They needed a server that could not only help them get over the roadblocks in their current workflow but help them fully realize their potential.

Microsoft’s Channel 9 Studio Using EVO and TriCaster

Microsoft's Channel 9 is a full-blown production studio with over 3 million unique viewers every month. They deliver upwards of 100 videos in a given week, and they use EVO so that all of their raw footage, Premiere projects, graphics, and finished shows are safe and available from any machine, at any of their edit stations.