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.
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.
Studio Network Solutions (SNS) Announces ShareBrowser Media Asset Management Panel for Adobe Premiere Pro
Studio Network Solutions’ easy-to-use media asset management application gives Adobe® Premiere Pro® CC editors the ability to search, preview, tag, comment, and import media from EVO shared storage without leaving their Adobe Premiere Pro CC workspace. Studio Network Solutions (SNS), a leading manufacturer of shared storage hardware and software designed to help video teams store,
Studio Network Solutions announces new integrations for DaVinci Resolve 15 and Adobe Premiere Pro, AI-powered media management for the EVO shared storage product line. Studio Network Solutions (SNS), a leading manufacturer of shared storage hardware and software designed to help video teams store, share, and organize media, today announced the release of EVO version 6
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.
Discover a better shared workflow for Adobe Premiere Pro.Get the latest Adobe Premiere Pro storage configuration guide and learn the ins-and-outs of setting up shared storage for Premiere Pro, and how to leverage the workflow features used by companies like MasterClass, Microsoft, and more.You'll learn about: Getting the most out of the Premiere
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.
Ignition Productions was awarded the contract to cover the 2017 Dakar Rally for Red Bull TV—a daily behind-the-scenes show of the world's toughest Motorsport event. They had to shoot over 13 days of competition across three countries, in some of the harshest conditions imaginable, with temperatures ranging from 122°F to near freezing, sometimes in altitudes over 3500m, an extreme feat for even the most adventurous crews.
After months of research and evaluating products, TCU decided on the EVO 16 Bay Shared Storage Server. “EVO and its ShareBrowser software allows us to log our footage and add metadata, and it’s all searchable,” says Salters. Each EVO system includes unlimited licenses of ShareBrowser, an intuitive asset management software that lets search, tag, index, and preview media across all of their storage — something that was vital for the TCU team.
Launched in 2004, Hammerhead’s initial purpose was to give Dale Earnhardt Jr., NASCAR’s Most Popular Driver every year since 2003, more creative control over his personal brand. But just as Junior doesn’t just “race cars,” Hammerhead Entertainment doesn’t just “film endorsements.” The studio is creating branded content for a variety of clients — from the National Guard to Nickelodeon and PepsiCo to Penske.