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Elements Shows Enlarged Media Library

Elements Shows Enlarged Media Library

Elements, specialized on collaboration in shared media workflows, will showcase at IBC 2015 (booth 3.A28) an enlarged version of MAM system Media Library as an option of Elements’ comprehensive workflow management feature set that comes with Elements One.

For a limited time the Media Library is also available as a 30-day trial. It provides a fully intuitive graphical user interface for professionally managing, presenting and sharing media assets, while providing extensive editing features that are easy to use. The Media Library is fully compatible with virtually every professional editing application available today, including Avid MediaComposer, AdobePremiere and Apple Final Cut Pro. This  enable operators to transfer entire projects seamlessly from the Media Library to any other editing application. The Media Library also fully supports Avid bin-locking and project sharing.  

“The Media Library enables editors and directors to collaborate easier and faster than ever before, reducing the time to completion significantly,” said André Kamps, CEO of Elements. “The entire set of editing functionalities embedded in the Media Library is fully intuitive to use, rendering virtually any training or orientation obsolete.”

The Media Library offers a wide range of media asset management functionalities, including an intelligent task manager for customized workflow automation, a full text search engine for both online storage and any LTFS archive, and a comprehensive user and rights management feature. In addition, it provides an extensive editing application, enabling operators to create rough-cuts of the original film material remotely via the HTML 5 platform without first performing any time consuming transcoding or copy tasks. Basically operating like every other professional editing tool available today, the features provided in the embedded editor cover virtually the full spectrum of editing functionalities. The Media Library editor also enhances and simplifies approval and communication processes during the project by allowing for frame-accurate comments.

The Media Library now allows on-screen drawings using a standard mouse, no separate tool or application required. Elements will be present at IBC 2015 on Stand 3.A28 in the RAI Convention Center. (8/15)


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