arvato Systems' NLE project management tool for Adobe Premiere Pro CC at CABSAT 2015

EditMate: new IT solution for better collaboration in broadcast & media

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  • EditMate, the new solution for editing, provides project management extension to Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
  • Features and benefits of arvato Systems' latest innovation will be presented at Cabsat in Dubai
Broadcasters like those attending the CABSAT 2015 in Dubai face a challenge familiar to media companies across the world: Ever-increasing demands for efficiency and quality coincides with the need to move to a new non-linear editing platform, all while allowing users to benefit from the existing MAM installation. The EditMate solution is presented at Cabsat 2015 in Dubai from 10 to 12 March 2015.

EditMate was developed to dramatically increase productivity and quality control in environments where editors share networked access to projects and media files. With an optional integration to a MAM system, additional workflow control, data sharing, access control, and other advanced functions are also available.

The new tool is an elegant editing project management solution that enables collaborative editing, project sharing and easy-to-use management of all project related files within Adobe Premiere Pro CC. arvato Systems’ newest product is fully integrated as a Premiere Pro CC plugin and is an optional component for VPMS, arvato Systems’ popular MAM solution. EditMate tracks all your editing projects and also includes features for automated metadata import, housekeeping, user rights, template management and efficient import of multiple projects.

As a plugin inside Adobe Premiere Pro CC, the intuitive EditMate user interface offers easily accessible tabs for functions like Search, Create, Save, and Check In. Based on system configuration and templates, required and optional metadata are populated either by users or automatically filled in from a connected external source, such as arvato Systems’ MAM solution, VPMS.

EditMate manages all your editing projects securely, and users from any location can access projects and their related media files. To prevent disaster scenarios, EditMate manages stored AutoSaves, and users can restore their own or other projects directly through their EditMate window in Premiere. Projects that are controlled by EditMate can be locked, and, when connected for instance to a MAM system, the related media files can be flagged to prevent deletion as long as the project is active.

Administrators have the power to configure various aspects of EditMate, including metadata definitions, searchable metadata, hold-back times, templates and standard project “collections”, presets for automatically created project titles, and more.

EditMate changes the way media companies can think about and work with editing projects: From isolated “editing bays”, to networked and collaborative environments where tasks are completed by quality-focused, collaborative teams.

It is our highlight at this years’ CABSAT 2015 show in Dubai. From 10 to 12 March, we once again cooperate with our partner, Qvest Media to showcase our industry-specific solutions for managing and monetizing the digital transformation at stand E3-10.

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