Final Cut Pro / FCPX

Read how customers use SNS shared storage products with Final Cut Pro (FCPX).

Studio Network Solutions (SNS) Releases ShareBrowser 5.0.3 with Extensions for Final Cut Pro X and After Effects and New Amazon S3 Integration

Version 5.0.3 of the easy-to-use media management software adds direct integration into Final Cut Pro X and Adobe After Effects, along with several other new features for video teams.

Introducing ShareBrowser 5.0.3

ShareBrowser 5.0.3 is here! With it comes new ways to work inside of Final Cut Pro X and Adobe After Effects, support for audio file previews, new ways to explore media, and better ways to manage third party NAS storage and keep track of your cloud backups in Amazon S3.

A Tour of the ShareBrowser Workflow Extension for Final Cut Pro X

  Today, we’re very excited to announce the release of the ShareBrowser workflow extension for Final Cut Pro X! It’s designed to fit natively into your workflow and make it easier than ever for your team to collaborate and manage media in a multi-user editing environment. We’ve been busy putting the final touches on what’s sure to be a favorite feature among our crowd of FCPX fans, and our brand new extension is now available for EVO users to download in the app store. Check out the video and read below to see exactly what ShareBrowser can do for your team’s FCPX workflow.

Studio Network Solutions (SNS) Announces ShareBrowser Workflow Extension for Final Cut Pro X

ShareBrowser Workflow Extension Brings Better Shared Storage and Media Management Workflows Directly to Final Cut Pro X. The new workflow extension brings Studio Network Solutions’ easy-to-use media asset management software directly into Final Cut Pro X to help improve the way teams manage media and interact with shared storage in a collaborative Final Cut Pro

The Final Cut Pro X Shared Workflow Guide

The ultimate guide to using shared storage with Final Cut Pro X Learn the ins-and-outs of sharing libraries, managing media and projects, and collaborating with FCPX. You'll learnHow to improve efficiency with FCPX shared storageHow to create an organized media/project databaseHow to improve collaboration with multiple editors, graphics artists, producers, and other team

To Boldly Pro (Where No Mac Has Gone in a While)

The wait is finally over. Just 6 years since the release of the last Mac Pro, lovingly dubbed “The Trashcan,” Apple has announced a brand new Mac Pro that harkens back to the original 2006 version. The new Mac Pro pays fromage to the cheese-grater design of its predecessor, but there’s nothing cheesy under the hood. In fact, the Mac Pro announced at WWDC marks a significant turning point in Apple’s quest to win back the post-production and VFX professionals.

Powered by SNS: The 7 Best Places to See EVO at NAB 2019

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.

FCPX and Transitioning to Deconsolidated Libraries for Shared Storage

With the introduction of shared storage into a Final Cut Pro X team, workflows tend to open up and become more sophisticated. Smaller workgroups usually begin by keeping FCPX libraries and their corresponding media in the localized, self-contained bundles FCPX uses by default. This is a logical way to work for very small teams, especially when there’s no shared storage. But, while this works acceptably for smaller, condensed environments, this workflow shows itself to be less efficient with the addition of network storage and increased users/collaboration. As your team grows and more users need more assets, it can be better to have media stored separately from libraries.