Editshare has released version 7 of its EditShare Storage platform.
Built on the latest Linux kernel, EditShare Storage v7 delivers “higher stream counts, higher total throughput and smoother operation than ever before” and is described by the company as its most advanced shared storage platform.
A bandwidth reservation system has been included so that real-time activities such as video ingest and playback, including digital cuts and print to video, receive the highest priority.
The EditShare Connect interface has been redesigned and now includes a “Project Profiles” feature that allows users or administrators to construct customer-based profiles.
Editshare has also released v3.1 of Flow, the company’s media asset management system.
It includes AAF (Advanced Authoring Format) support, which allows for the management of metadata created in Avid, individual file restoration and the ability to create an instant proxy version of a sequence.