Marquis Broadcast, experts in content workflows and media integration software, has today announced Edit Bridge, its new integration for Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC and Avid Interplay, which makes it possible to edit Interplay content directly in Adobe Premiere Pro or After Effects, has been awarded the IABM's Design & Innovation Award in the Post Production category at the prestigious IABM awards ceremony held on 12 September at IBC.
“The IABM awards recognise new solutions that offer significant benefits or new opportunities to the broadcast and media industry,” confirms John Ive, director of technology and strategic insight, IABM. “With the broadcast and media industry transitioning through major changes, never before has there been such an important requirement for innovation and creative solutions, bringing real value to end users. Clearly our judges confirmed that Edit Bridge ticked all the boxes and offers an innovative solution enabling competing manufacturers' products to work together”.
Marquis Broadcast, experts in content workflows and media integration software, specialise in moving media. The Company has today announced it has made available as a download a free version of the ‘Parking’ storage management solution which analyses Avid storage and projects and presents the results: http://www.marquisbroadcast.com/free-parking
“FREE Parking analyses a facility’s Avid storage and enables editors to assess how it is being used, why it is perhaps full and how much space is wasted,” explains Chris Steele, managing director, Marquis Broadcast. “Editors can easily see how much space a single project is taking up and how much room is used up with orphan and duplicate media. FREE Parking is the only independent tool that can answer these pressing questions.
TV3, Ireland’s leading free-to-air commercial television network, is using Marquis’ complete Avid storage management solution, Project Parking, to assist in the management of media on its Avid Interplay and ISIS storage.
Project Parking identifies how space is used, removes unused and duplicate media, archives projects and moves projects with media to other storage or systems. Projects can also be merged from other systems without media duplication. The solution also monitors how media storage is used, regularly reporting on usage, showing usage over time, plus archiving projects and executing analysis in the background.
Marquis has announced TV One, The Maryland based US Cable Network, which provides programming for the African American community, has purchased Marquis’ complete Avid storage management solution: Project Parking.
Launched on Martin Luther King’s birthday in January 2004, TV One now serves 57 million households and is the exclusive home to the NAACP Image Awards and News One Now, the only live daily news programming targeting the African American audience. Combining hit sitcoms, award-winning docu-series, original movies, popular reality series and newsworthy specials, the network delivers real life and entertainment programming from the African American point of view and will now use Marquis’ Project Parking to manage its Avid projects.
Marquis Broadcast, experts in content workflows and media integration software, has today announced it will demonstrate Workspace Parking, its new ‘set & forget’ disaster recovery solution for Avid workspaces, first launched at NAB 2015, plus a host of storage analysis tools, at IBC 2015 on booth 2.A58.
“With tight production deadlines few post houses or broadcasters could afford to start a project from scratch if their primary edit storage were to go down,” confirms Chris Steele, managing director, Marquis Broadcast. “As a result, many organisations have a significant vulnerability when it comes to maintaining business continuity.