updated 09:50 am EDT, Tue June 19, 2007
EditShare gets FCP sharing
EditShare on Tuesday announced the addition of Apple Final Cut Pro (FCP) Project Sharing capabilities to the EditShare product family. The company's EditShare Project Sharing technology provides tremendous collaborative workflow benefits by enabling multiple editors to work on the same project simultaneously. EditShare is the only collaborative workflow and shared storage solution to offer project sharing for Apple FCP and Avid editing systems. The new EditShare Apple FCP Project Sharing feature allows multiple Apple FCP editors to simultaneously open and work from the same projects. The software includes a rights management and rules-driven architecture allow administrators to pre-define user access and prevent overwrites. Support for Apple's Final Cut Pro will ship as part of the EditShare 5.0 standard feature set in the third quarter of 2007. Existing EditShare 5.0 customers will be provided an update with the new Apple FCP Project Sharing feature free of charge.