Company launches Premiere Parking software for Adobe Premiere Pro CC, plus demonstrates its latest project integration, backup and cloud offerings
Marquis Broadcast will showcase its world-class disaster recovery and business continuity tools at NAB (booth SU6225), including the new Premiere Parking software for Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC, part of the Adobe Creative Cloud, an Interplay Metadata Export Tool, plus Medway Cloud Workflow. The company will also be demonstrating its newly Avid certified Workspace Tools suite, which uses unique analytics to accelerate recovery to production.
eMAM and MEWS provide an integrated solution for Avid editing environments
Empress Media Asset Management (Empress), developer of the widely used eMAM media asset management platform, has integrated technologies from Marquis Broadcast to provide Avid Media Composer users with the tools to manage and move media between eMAM and Media Composer. By combining Marquis Medway Engine Web Service (MEWS) with eMAM, users can deliver media to a standalone Avid edit workstation, a shared network configuration, or an Interplay system.
Marquis Broadcast will be showcasing comprehensive support for the cloud in its latest products. These include the Workspace Tools family of world-class disaster recovery and business continuity tools for Avid® work-in-progress, now also using cloud storage. Cloud-based backup and storage offers many advantages and protection for studios, post-production houses and broadcasters – Marquis’s tools help simplify workflows and collaboration associated with the backup, including new ΔP (Delta Parking) versioning.
Marquis Broadcast will be exhibiting at the upcoming CABSAT show next month in Dubai, on stand ZB6-C44, where it will demonstrate how its products enable and accelerate hybrid and pure-play cloud production, making new, more efficient workflows possible and transforming productions.
Marquis Broadcast’s Worx4 X media management tool saved over 97% storage space and accelerated production delivery for Tour de France Apple FCP X editor, Peter Wiggins
Since its launch earlier this year, the new Worx4 X media managing application from Marquis Broadcast has proved indispensable with editors, producers and educators, helping them consolidate and manage their media. The software has recently been used on the Tour de France production for ITV4. It drastically reduced the size of their completed Apple FCP X projects by analysing the media that had been used, then creating a folder of trimmed media. Importantly, this approach also meant no loss in quality.