January 5, 2009 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Boston, Massachusetts - Expanding its service offering for video/film production professionals, online video management and collaboration leader, MediaSilo is announcing compatibility with Apple's Final Cut Server solution.
The Final Cut Server (FCS) MediaSilo bridge allows assets to move from one system to another including all associated metadata. Files in FCS can be published online with MediaSilo where content management and review/approval tools are available to generate metadata that is fed back into FCS. Upcoming releases of MediaSilo will also allow subscribers to originate content in MediaSilo and upload media to Final Cut Server automatically.
"Final Cut Server users now have a global extension for collaborative workflow," said Kai Pradel MediaSilo CEO. "MediaSilo is extending vital workflow and review/approval functionality to the web for users who need enterprise asset management via Final Cut Server. This completes the cycle from editor to producer to client and offers seamless, bi-directional integration into FCS."
The Final Cut Server integration marks another in a series of innovations from web-based MediaSilo, a pioneer in online video collaboration technology and workflow. The company is currently offering the Final Cut Server bridge beta free of charge on all Hollywood and Enterprise service plans.
"As Final Cut Server gains acceptance in the marketplace, we want to be sure existing MediaSilo clients can transition their workflows seamlessly and affordably" Pradel added.
MediaSilo will offer a public demonstration of it's FCS integration at the company's booth during the "Macworld Final Cut Pro User's Group SuperMeet," January 7 at Robertson Auditorium in San Francisco. Pricing, plans and offerings are featured on the company's updated website.
MediaSilo is Boston-based online media company created by video production professionals and web application designers to deliver an Internet based video content management and collaboration solution. MediaSilo is privately held.