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EditShare Shared Production Storage Models

Cross-platform collaborative editing and shared media storage systems

EditShare understands that “complete collaboration” requires more than just sharing media files. Therefore all EditShare storage solutions also give you the ability to share project files. Thanks to EditShare’s patented bin-locking/project locking framework, Avid and Final Cut Pro editors can instantly see, copy or revise the work of colleagues with the assurance that a bin, sequence or project will never get accidentally deleted or overwritten. EditShare is the only non-Avid solution that offers Project Sharing for Avid applications and offers simple straightforward project sharing for Final Cut Pro.

Central storage is the heart of everything they do, whether running a small, independent production shop, a large operation with a hundred or more editors, or even a high-end finishing facility focused on 2K and digital intermediate work.

EditShare customers include feature film producers and production companies of all sizes as well as national television networks and newsrooms.

Unique Project Sharing for Avid and Final Cut Pro, outstanding performance and stream counts with tremendous scalability, standard 1 and 10 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity, solid Linux-based reliability with RAID-5 and RAID-6 redundancy and powerful but simple administration and management features.

EditShare storage solutions come in a wide range of models, from the portable Field for mobile productions to the 3U and 5U Storage Series and finally the high-performance XStream Series.

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