During the NAB Show, EditShare will be previewing the upcoming Flow 3.1 version of its popular media asset management solution.
New features include tight metadata integration with Avid non-linear editing systems for improved handling of metadata and support proxy editing workflows for all major non-linear editing systems, including those offered by Avid, Adobe and Apple.
James Richings, managing director, EditShare explained in a statement that “Flow now supports importing AAF files created in systems such as Avid Media Composer, offering customers a round-trip workflow that not only brings metadata from Flow into Avid, but also now retrieves metadata created in Avid back into Flow – ensuring that valuable information about your media is always preserved. And thanks to an update in our proxy file metadata, Flow proxies can now be used for editing in industry-standard non-linear editors, really opening the doors for large-scale and remote collaboration scenarios.”
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