The NAB floor opens in just a few days, and with over 1,700 companies exhibiting and over 100,000 attendees, there’s a lot to see. Thankfully, this year, you’ll have more chances than ever to see EVO Shared Storage on the NAB floor.
SNS EVO and ShareBrowser get new features to help teams take full advantage of DaVinci Resolve Studio 15’s collaboration and media management features. 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 new integrations for DaVinci Resolve Studio 15
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
Our previous release massively expanded ShareBrowser’s search and collaboration features by enabling more team members to collaborate on projects through our new web app. Since then we’ve received some great feedback from users, and we’ve added a ton of new functionality to both the ShareBrowser Web App and ShareBrowser Client. Full release notes will be posted to our knowledge base, but in the meantime, here are six new features in ShareBrowser v.5 that will help your team get organized, collaborate, and finish projects faster.
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 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.
Introducing EVO DPXPurpose-built shared storage for demanding grading, compositing, and finishing workflows.GET A DEMO Using DPX and OpenEXR with shared storage used to mean huge investments, workflow directors, and exotic file systems.Not anymore. Qualified for 16-bit 4K DPX EVO DPX supports 16-bit 4K (4096 x 2160)
Montage is one of Dubai’s premier post-production facilities. Offering a vast repertoire of post services from sound design and composition to VFX, motion graphics, editing, and color grading. They provide these services to some of the largest advertising, film, and television companies in the region. As the industry continues to push towards higher and higher resolutions, many post-production studios are finding the backend technology that keeps their shops running is becoming strained.
Can your system play x number of streams of my favorite codec? When you’re searching for a new shared storage system it’s common to compare a system’s published stream counts against those from different manufacturers, but there’s much more behind these numbers than meets the eye. The purpose of this article is to explain how stream counts can be generated, and highlight some of the less obvious things that can affect a shared storage system’s ability to do (or not do!) a certain number of streams of video playback. We think it’s important when making comparisons to understand how stream counts are generated, and to know what other factors can affect streaming performance and playback. We will also explain some of the ways we generate our own video stream counts and discuss why we get them that way. Part 1 (This is a two-part article. Part 2 explores the stream count topic more deeply and can be found here.) Getting stream counts There are several ways to estimate stream counts, and it won’t always be clear to see how a system’s stream counts were measured just by looking at “the chart,” so trying to use these metrics to compare one system to another can be kind of tricky at best, and misleading at worst. The process a storage manufacturer must go through to determine a system’s stream count is challenging to do accurately and repeatably; it requires testing in a methodical way, with real applications and a vast array of different kinds of hardware and software.