Educators want the ability to simulate real life production scenarios, offering students the ability to step into the workforce with knowledge that’s needed. They need systems that work across multiple courses ranging from journalism to media production. Institutions/Training facilities need everything stored centrally, controlling the content while also offering lecturers and students easy access to course material. Students need to be able to login to any school/training workstation and start working on their projects. Students also need to be able to securely remotely log in and work on projects.
Educators have to control hundreds of users access to shared and private content, locally and remotely, and the users change every semester!
Media Educators make highly effective use of their IT resources to enable the success and imagination of tomorrow’s creative talent.
A student ready to enter the workforce needs experience across as many creative platforms as possible.
EditShare is a platform that supports the creative industries largest diversity of tools, software, formats, and requirements, while making administration easy.
The Number of paid employees in the U.S. media industry in 2016 was just over 1.2 million covering motion pictures, broadcasting, internet streaming and sound industries.
Adobe Premiere Pro has been used to edit feature films, such as Deadpool, Gone Girl, Captain Abu Raed, and more recently Terminator Dark Fate and Monsters, and other venues such as Madonna’s Confessions Tour.
EditShare Lightworks was used to cut movies such as The Wolf of Wall Street, Goodfellas and the Irishman.
MassArt in Boston saw shared storage and collaborative working as the future of post-production ten years ago. Today, they’re convinced that their future is in the cloud.
Upgrading its infrastructure to take on the future