|Sportsman Channel Redefines its Workflow via Apace® Automated MAM Storage Platform and Adobe Anywhere|
An Automated Solution For Global Media Access, Management, Editing, And Consolidation
2014 NAB Show, Apace booth #SL12113, Sportsman Channel, the leader in outdoor television for the American sportsmen, selected Apace Systems Corporation’s® media asset management (MAM)/workflow automation, and clustered storage system paired with Adobe® Anywhere collaborative workflow platform for its end-to-end multi-site production need.
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|Seattle Cinerama Selects Christie For The World’s First Permanent Cinema Laser Projection Installation|
Purchase follows on heels of US FDA approval of variance for Christie, allowing the sale of laser projectors for use in cinema; notably the first and only such variance approved for a manufacturer of DCI-compliant cinema projectors
Christie®, a global leader in digital cinema projection, is pleased to announce that it has been chosen to supply and install the world’s first commercial digital laser projection solution at the Seattle Cinerama Theatre, located at 2100 4th Avenue in Seattle, WA. The purchase order is for a 4K Christie digital laser projector, with scalable light output up to 60,000 lumens.
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|Apace Systems interWorks: Integrated Media Data, Applications & Workflow Management|
Apace interWorks enables collaboration, communication and media data, applications and workflow management between different vendors and applications with web based access
Apace Systems Corporation®, a leading media workflow and storage solution provider for all media, announces immediate availability of its vendor neutral integrated workflow solutions enabling media project level collaboration and interoperability.
published 5 years ago read more
Blogs:Sharing project files with Network Attached Storage (NAS)By Chris Blair For our first 11 years in business, we used direct attached storage for reading and writing files on our computer systems. But in early 2008, we switched to an enterprise level, network attached system (NAS) for project and media files. The reasons for the switch were varied, but the biggest was to...Read Blog Subscribemore blogs »Related Tags