Man on a computer in a studio using SNS Sharebrowser v.7

SNS Unveils ShareBrowser v.7, New Proxy Workflow at IBC 2023

At this year’s IBC 2023 show, SNS launched exciting new on-premise, cloud, and remote workflow solutions to maximize your team’s creativity and collaboration.

Here’s what visitors saw from SNS at IBC 2023:

  • ShareBrowser v.7 brings incredible new proxy workflows and user-friendly shortcuts to ShareBrowser, the powerful and easy-to-use media asset manager included with EVO.
  • EVO Cloud delivers real-time, edit-in-place cloud workflows with no per-user pricing and no egress fees.
  • MOD Powered by EVO is getting even more mod. The compact video editing server and cloud edge device is now shipping with a full set of accessories for creatives on the go.
  • Transcode Accelerator significantly speeds up proxy generation, up to twice as fast for multi-EVO environments.
  • VPN Accelerator makes remote workflows up to 5 times faster.

Schedule a demo to see SNS’s award-winning solutions in action.

ShareBrowser v.7

Looking for a better media asset management (MAM) experience? ShareBrowser v.7 comes jam-packed with new features to help creatives streamline their workflow, save time, and boost creative collaboration. 

Import Proxies To Your Timeline

Let’s add some moxie to your proxy workflow.

The latest version of ShareBrowser MAM features a new proxy workflow for video editors working on-site or remotely. Editors can now import source media and attach proxies directly inside their NLE using ShareBrowser’s integrations for Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, and DaVinci Resolve. 

EVO can automatically create proxies with its built-in transcoder. When importing your media into Premiere, FCP, or Resolve via the ShareBrowser integration, simply select “Import Proxies” in settings and your EVO-generated proxy files will be automatically downloaded and linked. Now, you can seamlessly toggle between high-resolution source media and edit-ready proxy files as you edit your timeline, all thanks to ShareBrowser. 

Schedule a demo today to see this new time-saving workflow in action—your users will love it.

Improved Media Previews

Previewing your media in ShareBrowser is faster and easier than ever. ShareBrowser v.7’s new spacebar shortcut instantly opens a full-size preview of the selected image or video clip, so you can see your media in a larger preview window, faster. 

Did you know ShareBrowser has other shortcuts, too? Type a question mark (?) in ShareBrowser to see the full list of keyboard shortcuts available in the asset management system.

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Customizable Metadata View

ShareBrowser makes it easy to see your file metadata, like size, frame rate, duration, video resolution, video codec, etc. These fields help creative users understand more about their media, and it’s all conveniently searchable. However, some metadata may not be as important to you. 

For a more personalized experience, each user can now customize how metadata is displayed. Move your favorite fields to the top of the list for easy reference. Hide fields you don’t use for a cleaner aesthetic. Show, hide, and organize your metadata however you want.

ACL Support

ShareBrowser v.7 can now be automatically aligned with advanced Access Control Lists (ACLs) for data stored on your EVO, adding to its robust security and permissions features. This means you can, for example, set permissions at a folder-level on your EVO, and those same permissions will be automatically carried forward into ShareBrowser.

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