A well-thought-out metadata structure can mean the difference between landing that big job and aimlessly searching for the right spots to send. Just like a book needs chapters, media files need metadata to help you find exactly what you need, when you need it. Here is a quick guide on how to get your files organized: 1.
My journey to Wiredrive starts in a galaxy far, far away (aka Santa Monica, Calif.) A place many leading software companies call home; a place that births new and exciting start-ups as well. Riot Games, TrueCar, The Honest Company and Activision, all got their start here. Additionally, my former employer Cornerstone OnDemand was one of
With Cannes fast-approaching and Project Everyone gearing up to get the creative community involved, I started to reflect on the power of our industry to craft a message, amplify it, and move people to action. We’ve created viral campaigns that make people roll with laughter or well-up with emotion; we’ve made people feel connected and, most importantly, we’ve moved them to action. And now we have the opportunity to harness that collective influence and get behind Project Everyone.
Waveform Audio Thumbnails are visual representations of an audio signal or recording, showing the changes in amplitude over a certain amount of time. Waveforms give you a visual idea of what’s recorded and are good indicators as to when certain parts of a recording take place. Plus they look pretty sweet!
Today, we’re thrilled to announce a significant expansion into the world of sharing, uploading and collaborating by partnering with Dropbox to help our joint customers collaborate even more easily and securely on their content from virtually any place and any device. With the use of both systems, you can now import content stored in personal
Taylor has witnessed Wiredrive evolve from a resource management tool to changing the way creative people work around the world. One of Taylor’s primary tasks is allowing the company to scale while retaining its original values of innovation and curiosity. He received his B.A. degree from Skidmore College, and later went on to complete Stanford’s Executive Management Program for Growing Companies. Between spending time with his wife and two young kids, Taylor manages to play guitar, craft custom furniture, and enjoy California wine.