eMAM Releases New Version With More Cloud Tools and Improved Adobe Integration
eMAM 5.2 expands features for collaborative production, live, and broadcast workflows
EMAM, Inc. developer of the widely used eMAM media asset management platform, announces Version 5.2 today, including improved integrations with Adobe Creative Cloud applications. eMAM worked with Adobe, Alibaba, Amazon, Drastic, Grass Valley, Qumolo, and dozens of technology partners to provide an expanded best-of-breed integrated ecosystem, now available on beta release.
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The eMAM Cloud product line is now available for immediate deployment from AWS and Alibaba’s Cloud Marketplaces and emamcloud.com, for both intelligent archive and collaborative production workflows. “It is exciting to offer streamlined cloud procurement and deployment with SaaS and PaaS options to meet current pandemic demands for remote staff and contingency options, featuring compelling public cloud tools and features,” commented David Miller, President of EMAM, Inc. eMAM works with all of the leading cloud systems through VM and hybrid deployments, working with local infrastructure.
Editing and design tools have been augmented as well. Professionals can take advantage of improved integrated panels in Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign that communicate more efficiently with eMAM’s system. Especially important are expanded options for remote and cloud editing, including LucidLink streaming, cloud workstations, Teradici, Qumolo, mezzanine editing, and secure proxy streaming.
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“Remote collaboration has never been more important than it is today,” said Sue Skidmore, head of partner relations for Adobe video. “Making sure creative professionals have streamlined workflows for Adobe Creative Cloud apps, regardless of where they are working, is top of mind for us. We are delighted that EMAM is supporting the cloud ecosystem.”
New integrations with Drastic’s Net-X Code and Grass Valley’s Morpheus give organizations cost effective and powerful options for live and broadcast workflows.
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