Archive UI for Flow Core
Flow Archive is a central and specialized user-interface of the Flow system. Designed and built specifically for editorial users, Flow Archive offers a wealth of editorial functions covering the entire workflow chain, from ingest, content management, project management, collaboration to publication and monetization. Naturally, this is based on complete database-management and media-processing run/automated through the separate Device & Workflow Manager module. This gives editorial users of the Flow Archive not just very extensive editorial features, but also means that even the most complex technical processing becomes easy-to-use (and largely happens “under the hood”).
The Flow Archive is modern, sleek, and compact to use. No two customers are the same–so Flow Archive is completely configurable, usage-rights can be set down to the last detail. It offers powerful features for any situation.
The Archive GUI is a browser-based view/operating tool of Flow Center. No installations are needed from the client side and the system will run with any (current) browser. The entire surface is built for easy drag & drop operability and quite intuitive.
An overview of the Flow Archive features:
The Flow Archive system specifications:
The Flow Center related HowTo videos:
Flow Works is a Munich-based privately owned company founded in 2005. They have over 15 years of experience with digital media files and their conversions, non-linear editing systems, production and postproduction workflows, broadcast process chains, marketing, delivery, and distributions to VOD platforms and social media networks. Flow Works serves the entire market, meaning all companies and environments that produce, own/manage, and distribute media content. Flow Works is your strategic partner for Media Asset Management (MAM), Production Asset Management (PAM), and Production Management Systems (PMS).
Based in Germany.