EditShare will use BVE next month to showcase its complete collaboration product line and also exhibit the Geevs and Lightworks technology that it acquired last year from Gee Broadcast Systems.

Highlights include EditShare’s Universal Media File technology. This is a core feature of the EditShare Flow product line. It allows a single media file to be used simultaneously by Apple and Avid editors.

Special integration with Automatic Duck’s Pro Import FCP and Pro Export FCP enables editors to translate bi-directionally between Avid and Final Cut Pro sequences.

Also on show will be be EditShare Ark which provides digital and tape-based options for backups, mirroring, and archiving.

These security features let users economically organize and manage media in a variety of scenarios, including LTO-backup and “spinning disc” set-ups.

At the same time, exhibiting for the first time under the EditShare marquee will be the full line-up of Geevs playout technology.

These are designed to manage automated SD/HD playout of single and multi-channel services.

The turnkey and software only versions of the Lightworks editor will also be on the stand.

EditShare bought the technology behind the Geevs broadcast video servers and the Lightworks non-linear editing platform from Gee Broadcast Systems Ltd in the summer of 2009.

Broadcast Video Expo 2010 takes place on February 16-18 at Earls Court 2 in London.