Marquis to Launch Project Parking Version 3 at BVE 2013


Last Updated: February 8, 2013 11:55 pm GMT
(February 8, 2013) Marquis Broadcast, specialist in content workflows and media integration software, has today announced it will officially launch Project Parking Version 3, aimed at assisting editors and facilities to manage their Avid edit storage more effectively, at BVE 2013. Marquis staff will be on distributors’ booths: Digital Garage F55 and Altered images C22, to show the new version of the solution for the first time. Project Parking Version 3 enables editors to analyse all the projects and media on their edit storage by size, project, location, age, duplicated or orphaned files and then archive files to second tier storage, or delete unused media at the touch of a button, take snapshots of versions of projects, or move from one location to another, while still maintaining a usable and easily accessible format for future use.

Project Parking works by analysing all projects and media across all workspaces and allows them to be viewed in a user-friendly way. This enables the user to rank projects in the most appropriate way. This may be in order of total files size, number of files associated with a project, which workspaces the media is on, and whether media is off-line. The solution also identifies the location of any duplicate files and any orphaned media not associated with a project.
Project Parking answers the question: ‘why is my edit storage always full and what can I do about it?’ is one which many post production editors face,” explains Chris Steele, product manager, Marquis Broadcast. “We believe that the latest version of Project Parking is the only product available which allows a complete analysis, archive and easy retrieval of all media projects, freeing up valuable edit storage space.”

The new bin archive functionality in Project Parking then allows individual bins or folders of bins to be included or excluded in order to move media to second tier storage. Retrieval is also straight forward and can be easily achieved by restoring whole projects or just the required bins of an archived project for re-editing.

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