Marquis Broadcast has today announced its new integration for Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC and Avid Interplay, EDIT BRIDGE, will be shown at NAB 2015 on booth SL7720 for the first time.
“We have built on our many years’ of experience in edit systems integration to develop custom panels for Adobe Premiere Pro CC that will allow users to integrate their work with an Avid Interplay System,” explains Simon Fearn, product manager Marquis Broadcast. “The two new “Custom Panels” for Adobe are add-on extension components that run inside the Adobe Premiere Pro CC application and enable users to source content from Interplay by browsing and searching the Interplay system within the panel and then triggering an import into Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Users can then use a second panel to export their content and metadata from Adobe Premiere Pro CC back into the Avid Interplay Production Asset Management system.”
Users who will benefit from accessing this new functionality include Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Media Composer editors wishing to collaborate on a project; those using Adobe Prelude® CC as an ingest tool or for quality assurance for Avid Interplay/ISIS; those using Adobe After Effects® to complete motion graphics for projects edited on Media Composer, plus facilities who wish to continue to use Avid Interplay/ISIS for their tier one edit storage and MAM but wish to switch to Adobe Premiere Pro CC for editing.
Marquis Broadcast, has today announced it is to launch Project Parking Version 4 at NAB 2015. Project Parking, Marquis’ popular archive and retrieve solution, has now been developed to become a complete Avid storage management solution and it will be shown for the first time, on booth SL7720 at NAB 2015.
Marquis Broadcast, experts in content workflows and media integration software, specialises in moving media. The Company has today announced it will demonstrate its popular archive and retrieve solution, Project Parking at BVE 2015 on booth A32. Partnering with distributor, Digital Garage, at the show, Marquis will also preview the latest functionality in Project Parking Version 4 which is to be officially launched at NAB 2015.
Marquis Broadcast, experts in content workflows and media integration software, specialises in moving media. The Company has today announced it will exhibit at CABSAT for the first time this year on booth C3-45. Marquis will demonstrate its popular archive and retrieve solution, Project Parking and also preview the latest functionality in Project Parking Version 4 which is to be officially launched at NAB 2015.
“CABSAT is the largest trade show in the MENA region for Broadcasting, Satellite & Connected digital media,” confirms Ben Miles, business development manager, Marquis Broadcast. “Project Parking enables editors to analyse and manage all the projects and media on their edit storage and it has now been supplied to broadcasters and post houses all over the world. We will be delighted to demonstrate Project Parking to the attendees at CABSAT for the very first time this year.”
Marquis Broadcast, experts in content workflows and media integration software, specialises in moving media. The Company has today announced it will launch Workspace Parking, its new ‘set & forget’ disaster recovery solution for Avid workspaces, plus a host of storage analysis tools at NAB 2015.
“Managing many projects and trying to keep track of hours of content while at the same time protecting such media assets is a real challenge for broadcasters and post houses around the world,” confirms Chris Steele, managing director, Marquis Broadcast. “As a result, many organisations have a significant vulnerability when it comes to maintaining business continuity.
Marquis Broadcast, specialist in content workflows and media integration software will demonstrate the latest functionality of its leading integration solutions designed to optimise broadcast workflows at IBC this year on booth 2.A58. Marquis’ popular archive and retrieve solution, Project Parking, will be on show, in addition to the latest enhancements for the company’s flagship media integration solution, Medway, which includes its new DPP functionality to deliver files in AS-11 format. The new Digital Production Partnership (DPP) support from Marquis, will enables content to be delivered in the new DPP AS11 delivery format which becomes mandatory in the UK from October.
“Medway is our sophisticated software tool kit which enables seamless and cost-effective integration between leading broadcast content applications,” confirms Ben Miles, business development manager, Marquis Broadcast. “The new DPP functionality allows Medway to transfer media and provide conversion services between Avid environments by rewrapping and/or transcoding as a background process in a single data transfer stream. At the same time, asset quality is maintained and it is straight forward to keep track of them at each step in the process.
“The latest updates to our archive and retrieve solution, Project Parking, will also be on show,” continues Miles. “Project Parking enables editors to analyse and manage all the projects and media on their edit storage, and it has now been supplied to broadcasters and post houses all over the world.
“At IBC this year, we will be demonstrating the latest functionality in Project Parking which now includes Interplay Orphan Crosschecking (IOC), which provides verification of orphan material when working with Avid Interplay, opening the solution up to more customers who rely on Interplay MAM operating in tandem with ISIS workspaces. Project Parking also now includes AMA content support. Park and Restore AMA linked media within a Project, enables AMA linked media to be identified during the archive process and then be moved into the project archive. During the restoration, the AMA content can be mapped to a different mounted workspace.
“In addition, we will also be showing Project Parking’s ability to select additional content to Avid Projects (graphics/image and media files for example) at the point of archive,” continues Miles. “This means users can select additional folders at the point of archive from which Project Parking will copy the contained content into the chosen destination. Multiple folders can be included and certain different rules can be applied to which files will be used. Files will be returned to their original location but can be mapped to different folders if required. This will be helpful for editors needing to copy original graphics/Image media files or copying wider “project” related documentation such as scripts and other non-media items.
“Now available with new analysis and management tools Project Parking gives broadcasters total control to manage the efficiency of their edit storage,” explains Miles. “Project Parking analyses all Avid projects and media so that editors can understand which projects are using up most space and take action to transfer, archive or delete. As well as finding large projects, Project Parking can identify unused or duplicate media which can be deleted or archived. With Project Parking users can create project archives based upon bin selection, move projects between tiers of storage or transfer to different locations. After archiving and transferring media off-line, selected projects or bins can be restored and merged with the original media back on-line.
“Our goal as an organisation is to enable broadcasters to optimise their workflow through improving the connectivity between systems,” confirms Miles. “We are pleased to confirm that our experienced staff will be on-hand to demonstrate the exciting new capabilities of our solutions throughout the show.”