Announcing Shotgun Media & Client Site
We're excited to announce Shotgun 5.2, including the Media App, a brand new way to upload, organize, review, and share media in your projects.

From the early stages of production to final delivery, the Shotgun Media App provides an integrated media library that promotes collaboration across the studio regardless of location.

    Drag and drop one or more files into the browser to immediately upload them to the project. 
    Automatic transcoding of all media and thumbnails for playback in the browser.
    Non-blocking uploads allow you to keep working while files are being sent to your site.
    Leverage Shotgun’s advanced permission controls to define who can access media.
    Fast playlist creation, with drag and drop editing tools.
    Share playlists with anyone on the project to get them directly to a specific collection of media.
    Quickly see new media you have not yet viewed to catch up on the latest work.
    Simple searching and advanced filtering makes it quick to find the media you are looking for.
    Favorite your most important playlists so they're only a click away.
    complete rebuild of the grid focused entirely on speed and usability.
    New darker UI that presents your work in the best possible light.

Client Review Site Coming This February
Designed in tandem with 5.2, Shotgun 5.3 features one-click sharing of playlists to your clients outside of the studio on their desktop or mobile device via a secure Client Review Site. And since the Client Review Site is integrated with your site, there’s no need to transfer media anywhere else and feedback is seamlessly tracked and recorded in Shotgun.



At December 10, 2013 at 7:27 PM , Blogger Tyler Inouye said...

I notice that versions uploaded and linked through shots can be reviewed here.
Is it possible to upload multiple versions here and then have them link to shots/other areas of the project later?


At January 2, 2014 at 5:13 PM , Blogger Ben Hadden said...

Hi Tyler, yes, that's possible. You can upload all your versions in the Media app, then go to any page of Versions in the Project and update their "Link" field with the Shots they belong to. Let us know if that helps.


At March 2, 2014 at 10:38 AM , Blogger Unknown said...

Is it possible to attach time code to comments? If so, can they be exported as markers or a text file?


At March 3, 2014 at 10:01 AM , Blogger Ben Hadden said...

Hi there, adding time code to comments isn't supported just yet, but there is a similar feature we have: when you annotate any frames in the movie, those frames get their frame number attached. We're hoping to do something similar for text notes in the future, so stay tuned!

I love the idea of being able to export markers...I'm guessing that's so you can import them into an editing application?


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