Search, find, tag, comment, and preview… for the whole team – Now with available AI Autotagging! You can now have a computer scan a clip and quite accurately identify the contents of that video. Almost instantly. It’s now good enough, easy enough, and inexpensive enough that it’s applicable to just about any organization.
ShareBrowser enables your users to organize and search for media and projects across EVO storage as well as local, offline, and other SAN/NAS network disks. Assets can be catalogued, tagged, and commented, so everyone on the team can easily find, preview, and share media and projects. Everyone can easily search and find assets using tags, comments, and metadata such as name, codec, frame rate, modified date, resolution, and other file attributes.
ShareBrowser is perfect for post-production teams that collaborate around a shared storage workflow, giving everyone a central, searchable database. ShareBrowser shows you your storage workspaces in one spot — including cloud services like Dropbox, Hightail, and Adobe Creative Cloud.
Not sure if you’ve found the right clip? Preview video directly from ShareBrowser’s integrated player. Just press the spacebar to start playback of the proxy file, which is playable even if the original source media is offline. Once you’ve found what you need you can export your media — with all the custom tags and comments — directly into Premiere Pro or FCP X and browse by that custom metadata from within the NLE.
ShareBrowser’s server software runs right inside your EVO. All indexing (cataloguing) and proxy generation can be handled inside EVO, meaning you don’t need additional server hardware to use ShareBrowser. Unlimited client licenses are included with EVO.
Features such as Avid Bin Locking and ShareBrowser’s ability to lock Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X projects mean your video editors won’t save over the top of each other. ShareBrowser enables native Media Composer bin locking, and also includes a customizable Automatic Project Locking system for other media applications.
When you lock a project you get full access; others have read access until you release the lock. If you need write access to a locked file, just send a request through ShareBrowser and the owner will be instantly notified. Active locks can be viewed from ShareBrowser, Finder, and Explorer.