AI-integrated Transcription: EditShare to Introduce "EditShare One" at IBC2023

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EditShare is set to introduce EditShare One as its "unifying user experience" at IBC2023. EditShare One gives a single, streamlined experience across all of the company’s high performance production asset management and media storage solutions.

Initial EditShare One applications include Producer View, for assigning tasks and delivering comments and feedback to the production team, making collaboration simple, even across multiple locations.

The AI-integrated Transcription View is a new application that speeds up identifying the key points in large media captures. Users will find Transcription View and other productivity improvements visible in FLOW directly as well as in the FLOW panel in the Adobe user interface, and Resolve thanks to the seamless integration.

EditShare is already transforming post-production through Universal Projects, which allows projects to be set up, linked to bins, and synchronized with whichever editing software package is chosen. The new EditShare One user interface and its innovative debut applications will deliver even greater productivity and creative control.

IBC2023 will also see the continuing extension of EditShare core technologies to support the modern media production industry. It is now common for content to be stored at multiple locations, in the cloud, and in remote workstations such as editors working on site or even at home. A single instance of FLOW maps all the content in every location and ensures it is ready. Automated proxy creation and integrated file acceleration ensure that the right media is always to hand.

Part of the IBC demonstration will be the integration of Cinedeck and EditShare FLOW to provide live logging for reality television, sports and other metadata-rich applications. This is a practical solution to the need to capture large amounts of media and information across multiple content streams.