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posted by - Wednesday, 30 July 2014

SNS and NewTek recently announced the compatibility of their flagship products – the SNS EVO server and NewTek’s TriCaster and 3Play. With this combination, EVO expands the storage and workflow possibilities of the NewTek products.

Download the SNS & NewTek Solutions Brief here, or read the full article below.

EVO/NewTek, 5 Reasons

1) EVO offers the best performance—up to 8 camera ISOs.

2) Bypass TriCaster internal storage and directly record to EVO RAID protected workspaces via NAS and/or SAN protocols

3) Editors can use the simple, built-in native asset management tools to index, search, and tag captured assets.

4) Cloud access to assets via Dropbox, Hightail, and SFTP

5) Edit TriCaster/3Play content in post production using Avid, Adobe, and Apple workstations 

 
EVO V5.6 and TriCaster Offer New World of End-to-End Workflow Possibilities 

Using TriCaster and 3Play with SNS EVO, users can enhance their capabilities, for example, by capturing directly to EVO’s RAID protected shared storage. This means that editors, producers, and others in the workgroup all have instant, shared access to the same content, allowing for a much more efficient production workflow.

When using any EVO shared storage server with TriCaster and 3Play, a whole new world of end-to-end workflow possibilities come alive. Using EVO and TriCaster in a live production, users can capture up to 8 camera ISOs directly to EVO, while playing back GFX and DDR content such as stills, clips, and audio from EVO without limiting other network sources such as iVGA, Airplay, LiveText, or other IP based solutions.

The latest EVO gives professional media creation teams total flexibility with built-in SAN and NAS, more connectivity, more storage capacity, enhanced features like automatic project file locking, project/bin sharing, proxy previews, asset tagging, RAID 5/6, NAS quotas, and remote monitoring and setup. EVO v5.6 can now be ordered in 4 bay, 8 bay, and 16 bay configurations.

 
About EVO and Announcing EVO V5.6

EVO is a complete shared media storage server (NAS + SAN) that includes project/asset management functionality, quota features, and storage scalability for production teams of any size. The “All in One Box” EVO system combines a 4K- ready high-performance storage array with extensive connectivity options including 10Gb Ethernet and Fibre Channel. 

The EVO v5.6 release brings new asset management features like proxy previews, tagging, and Dropbox integration, as well as finer permissions for NAS users. EVO now has the capability to scale to 80 disks per node, and can be ordered with up to 24 CPU cores and 512GB RAM for the largest environments.

EVO v5.6 includes ShareBrowser Desktop Client—a new rich client similar to Finder/Explorer, but designed by SNS specifically to help media teams work and collaborate more efficiently.

  • Bin and Project Sharing
  • Up to 80 Disks per EVO Node
  • Up to 28 GbE Direct Users
  • Cloud Integration
  • Tag Assets with Comments
  • Proxy Previews of Assets
 
About NewTek TriCaster & 3Play

NewTek is transforming the way people create network-style television content and share it with the world. The NewTek TriCaster multi-camera live production platform enables anyone to create network quality video productions and stream them live or deliver them on-demand. 3Play is a complete, multi-camera instant replay server that brings powerful real-time replay and slow motion capabilities to organizations in any market, enabling customers to produce gripping live experiences that attract larger audiences.

 
For Additional Information

To learn more about this solution and AbelCine’s Integration Services, please contact:

Nathaniel Bonini    
Director of Integration Services    
nbonini@abelcine.com    
212-462-0182
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