How can you better manage all the data generated in a typical production? Join speakers from the International Colorist Academy, Beach House Pictures and Editshare in this special event

The amount of data generated in production and post production is proving a challenge for content creators, especially now that 4k cameras are fast becoming the norm and 4k delivery is on the horizon.

Find out more about FLOW from Editshare. Included with every Editshare system, FLOW is a production media asset management (PAM) platform for creative control of all files during the production process including 4K and remote editorial workflows.

Presenters for the evening include:


Warren Eagles – Founder, International Colorist Academy
Warren will demonstrate an editorial and grading workflow featuring FLOW, working together with DaVinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere Pro CC.


Steve Pelluet – Head of Technology, Beach House Pictures
Beach House Pictures is Asia’s largest independent production company specialising in factual, entertainment and children’s content for the international market. It is also the first facility in Southeast Asia to install Editshare’s XStream EFS, a powerful distributed scale-out file system developed for media intensive workflows. Find out why Beach House Pictures chose an Editshare solution and how it is benefitting their workflow.


Wong Ee Wah – Presales Technical Consultant, Editshare
Ee Wah will demonstrate Editshare’s latest edition to the FLOW platform, FLOW Story – the first in a new generation of content creation applications for collaborative and remote workflows. At its’ heart is a powerful and intuitive editorial application that provides remote and secure access to on-premise stored media directly through any internet connection. Come by to explore the new workflow opportunities this creates.

Food and Drinks will be served.

This event is free of charge but seats are limited. Please register early.

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Posted by Patrick de Silva

Director/Founder of The Media Village and Media ASYLUM.

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