Qumulo has unveiled Studio Q, a new solution for remotely editing video in the cloud using Adobe&s Creative Cloud programs Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects. Studio Q enables users to collaboratively post over the network using Amazon&s highly scalable AWS hardware (including nVidia GPUs) in the cloud. Users can collaborate with others via a virtual desktop and share assets via shared media.
Using Qumulo&s Studio Q Quick, preconfigured Amazon EC2 instances can be selected and then booted into AWS along with the Studio Q environment to provide a cloud-hosted working environment for editors that can be accessed via virtual desktop from home. For example, Adobe Premiere Pro will be able to run via AWS with the performance of an on-site workstation.
AWS Cluster Overview
Qumlos provides customers with two platform service options, a self-service model via their own AWS account or a guided setup of an editorial workstation via AWS. Both options allow the transfer of current workflows to the cloud. However, a prerequisite for such remote workflows is always a sufficiently large bandwidth for the transfer of the high-resolution media content to the cloud.