Editshare recognised for innovation in remote workflows at NAB Show Product of the Year Awards
EditShare has been selected as a winner in the 2021 NAB Show Product of the Year Award competition Cloud Computing and Virtualization category for its innovation in remote workflows for mixed editing environments.
The award recognises the most significant and promising new products and technologies being showcased by exhibitors and this is the third year in a row that EditShare has been successful. The 2021 winning submission, Universal Media Projects, which ships as part of the Flow media management solution, brings together Premiere Pro, Media Composer and DaVinci Resolve to enable a frictionless remote workflow. From anywhere, editors have real-time access to assets and can collaborate freely in a mixed editing environment. Universal Media Projects is said to seamlessly manage behind the scenes all the necessary project data – sequences, clips, bin and markers – between the various editorial tools.
“Pulling together a workflow that fits any particular production can be complex, especially with the varying openness of these editing applications,” said Stephen Tallamy, CTO, EditShare. “EditShare has developed a universal view of media projects that can be interacted with in real time yet still work within the constraints of the various tools. We are thrilled that NAB has recognised the benefit this new innovation brings to remote collaboration and look forward to bringing Universal Media Project to our customers soon.”
Flow Universal Media Projects is currently in early field trials and intended to launch in beta in early 2022 followed by general availability.