SNS Updates from IBC 2014

We hope to see you at IBC 2014!!

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We’re excited to be exhibiting at this year’s IBC show in Amsterdam, and we hope you’ll come by so we can meet you!

At this year’s IBC show we’ll be demonstrating the power of EVO Shared Storage Server v5.6 (now shipping), which includes a ton of useful features like embedded project, media, and cloud sharing, asset management, bin sharing, and much more. We’ll also be showing our new EVO Prodigy — a compact/portable shared storage system, and EVO workflow solutions with our partners including, Adobe, Avid, Apple, NewTek, FileCatalyst, Dropbox, Intel, ATTO, Emulex, Cinedeck, CatDV, LSI, Ross and others.

Adobe_logo1We’ll also be talking about our latest EVO ShareBrowser integrations with Adobe Creative Cloud.

ShareBrowser is a unified file/project/asset management interface for OS X and Windows. It ties storage and project/media management into a single comprehensive window, and enables teams to search across all EVO storage as well as local, offline, and other network disks. File metadata can be instantly indexed to the database, and users can more easily find, preview, and share media assets and projects allowing content creators to collaborate more efficiently. Together, EVO and ShareBrowser provide high performance shared storage, user-driven project sharing, and asset management for Adobe Creative Cloud.

New Creative Cloud Features in EVO ShareBrowser Include:

  • 3rd Party Cloud Integration support for Adobe Creative Cloud user storage. This feature maps a user’s Adobe Creative Cloud cloud storage as a workspace in ShareBrowser, providing greater visibility for files shared through the cloud.
  • Added support for XML export of metadata from ShareBrowser, allows users to tag their files and bring that media into Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
  • SNS ShareBrowser Client update with support for Adobe Creative Cloud.

Check out the press release for more information about ShareBrowser’s integration with Adobe Creative Cloud.

Eric Newbauer: September 12, 2014 at 7:00pm in Blog