Dusseldorf, Germany, 2 September 2020: ELEMENTS, provider of innovative, high-performance media storage and server systems for the post-production and broadcast industry, has announced a series of webinars between 8-11 September to introduce its new remote editing software ELEMENTS Satellite (the first remote access solution purpose built for media artists), and showcase the latest innovations in media storage workflows.
ELEMENTS CEO André Kamps explained, “Traditionally September means only one thing, the IBC Show in Amsterdam. This is also the time where we present our new solutions and updates to the industry but, unfortunately, this year is different. So we are taking the new, immersive approach to introduce people to our exciting new products and solution updates.
“We’ve created an informative and engaging set of web sessions to demonstrate how ELEMENTS can make media storage work harder, workflow smoother and busier days less complicated” concluded Kamps.
Four sessions will be presented daily from 8 September with each topic being held on different times on subsequent days.
The sessions are designed to help people learn more about the remote editing of the future, the ELEMENTS media storage ecosystem and its solution, collaborative workflows with the ELEMENTS Media Library and how to benefit from smart workflow automations.
Find out more and register at https://elements.tv/remote-week/ where you will be able to select the date/time/region of your choice.
Simplifying media workflows since 2011, the ELEMENTS line of high-performance media storage and server systems incorporates 10+ years of hands-on experience and in-depth knowledge in the post-production and broadcast industry. Ambitious to design solutions that not only fulfil the requirements of demanding media workflows, ELEMENTS also provide superior support. ELEMENTS follow an entirely different approach to any other vendor in the field and our proud to work with some of the best household names in the industry. More information can be found at www.elements.tv
Jens Quasten, Marketing