EditShare will be presenting the new XStream EFS shared storage solution, which is now integrated with the File Auditing functionality. This XStream EFS File Auditing platform allows users to collect and analyse shared storage user activity. Furthermore, EFS Auditing data can be exported to third parties and other auditing applications.
Alongside XStream EFS, EditShare will also highlight the file-based video and audio AQC QScan product line, which enhances compliance and delivery requirements with QC capabilities that leverage QScan analysis process that can be applied at any point during the workflow.
Powered by the Quales QC engine, the QScan product line comprises three models — QScan One, QScan Pro and QScan Max. QScan One is an entry-level AQC solution that processes one file at a time, and is suitable for small post facilities requiring the facility to check the integrity of files on an ongoing basis.
QScan Pro processes four files at a time, and is designed for mid-sized post facilities, with different departments such as audio, grading, VFX and editing. Each department can set up parameters to test their files, with up to four files being tested simultaneously. QScan Max is a multi-node enterprise AQC solution, with each node allowing for processing four concurrent files at a time. According to EditShare, the Max revision has “limitless scalability”, allowing large operators such as video-on-demand (VoD), over-the-top (OTT) and telecom companies to test hundreds of files concurrently.
Completing EditShare’s demonstration at booth 6J4-04 is the Flow software-defined media asset management (MAM) solution. In the new version of Flow, it features a redesigned user interface (UI), improving the user experience across Web-based and desktop apps.
Flow has also unveiled new capabilities to remotely view Avid Media Composer or Adobe Premiere edits in a Web browser using AirFlow, Range Markers for enhanced logging and review capabilities, new software licence with a customer portal and licence management tools, as well as integration with the QScan AQC software.