NAB Show attendees won’t want to miss a live demonstration of DigitalGlue’s creative.space on-premise managed storage and //STREAMLINE, their soon-to-be-released Slack-like project communications platform for content creators. The latest technologies from vendors like RED Digital Cinema, MultiDyne, and TVLogic will also be on display. Stop by booth C4442 to discuss your current workflow with the DigitalGlue team and enter to win a free RED KOMODO camera. Attend NAB for free through this link.
DigitalGlue enables creatives to work more efficiently through their in-house custom software development, innovative content creation and production solutions, and a multi-tiered approach to eliminating technology roadblocks. As a trusted systems integrator for production/post-production teams at organizations such as The Home Depot, Coca-Cola Studios, Crew Cuts, Brat TV, and Church of the Resurrection, DigitalGlue has over two decades of real-world experience identifying and solving their client’s workflow issues.
Recently, there have been a number of technical advances in collaborative storage, especially related to drive capacity, processing power, and network speed. Yet, as enterprise solutions become affordable for even smaller organizations, they are still very complex to operate and typically require an expert on staff. DigitalGlue has spent the last four years developing intuitive software that allows creatives to manage their own storage and more importantly includes many new production features not offered by any other solution.
creative.space is a first-of-its-kind on-premise managed storage platform offered as an all-inclusive service, bundling next-generation hardware, comprehensive software, and support with proactive monitoring into one monthly or annual price. Designed specifically for creatives, managed storage eliminates the need for advanced technical knowledge. Damian Allen, a VFX supervisor and pipeline consultant, believes that “creative.space is the iOS of storage: Just two or three steps to do most tasks without needing to scour through a 300 page PDF to figure out how.” Built-in LDAP User Authentication, FTP, mDNS, and VPN servers are controlled through a simple user interface that effectively turns each creative.space system into a datacenter-in-a-box, enabling creative teams to collaborate seamlessly with a single turnkey solution.
On public display for the first time, DigitalGlue introduces //STREAMLINE, a project-centric messaging platform that manages media for content creation teams. //STREAMLINE enables users to share large media files and even entire folders in a simplified way that current traditional messaging and cloud platforms struggle with. Instead of uploading data to the cloud, unstructured, user-defined templates direct files to the proper destination in the central folder structure. Variables like folder and file names as well as metadata can be defined with templates, eliminating room for human error. When user input is required, the templates present forms for users to fill out. Once files have been centralized, they can be accessed over a secure connection directly or synced over the internet to a local destination. By simplifying and centralizing file distribution through a messaging experience, //STREAMLINE integrates storage and media asset management to consolidate the functionality of multiple cloud platforms into a single solution that is hosted and controlled by the customer.
From the lens of the camera to the viewer’s screen, DigitalGlue is a true glass-to-glass systems integrator, partnering with trusted vendors and supplying the equipment necessary to enable the production and distribution of digital video to billions of viewers each day. In addition to showcasing creative.space and //STREAMLINE, DigitalGlue will have 2 RED cameras set up for live streaming. They will be offering an exclusive live streaming product bundle and giving away a free RED KOMODO camera to one lucky attendee who scans their badge at the booth so be sure to add DigitalGlue at C4442 to your NAB 2022 schedule.