With the 2015 National Association of Broadcasters Show well under way, now is the time for broadcasters around the world to get up close and personal with the future of Broadcast technology. Avid wasted no time showcasing their shared media system, the ISIS 1000.
The new shared storage system aims to accelerate media workflows for an independent market. The new system will allow smaller production facilities, such as audio and video production companies, corporations and education organizations the opportunity to use the advanced Avid Isis file management system. For the first time Avid are giving independent users the ability to take on complex projects, by integrating seamlessly, Avid Media Composer, Pro Tools and even third party tools, such as Adobe Premier Pro CC.
“More than 3,000 of the world’s top broadcast and post-production facilities rely on Avid’s shared storage solutions,” said Chris Gahagan, senior vice president of Products and Technology, Avid. “To help more independent professionals and boutique post-production facilities participate in the Avid Everywhere ecosystem, we are now delivering the performance, reliability, and scalability of our proven storage suite in a more affordable, easy-to-use system that speeds up editorial efficiency while protecting content creators’ valuable media assets.”
Follow the link to read more about the ISIS 1000, including key features and availability.