Build Your Own

MediaCentral is entirely modular, enabling you to customize your system with any combination of workflow modules, apps, services, editor panels, and connectors to meet your unique and ever-changing needs. Here’s how you can customize your own platform solution.

STEP 1: CHOOSE A PRIMARY WORKFLOW MODULE

Start building your MediaCentral system by selecting one or more of these primary workflow modules to meet your production and business needs. You can also turn on or off user access to any module based on each team member’s role.

STEP 3: CHOOSE A CORE APP BUNDLE

Get up and running fast by choosing a starter set of apps and services. See the “Apps” section below to learn more about these individual components.

  • MediaCentral Browse Bundle
  • MediaCentral Gold Bundle
  • MediaCentral Platinum Bundle
  • MediaCentral Diamond Bundle

STEP 4: ADD THE APPS YOU WANT

MediaCentral apps provide all of the essential and unique capabilities you need for high efficiency media production. Simply add any apps as needed to support your production workflow. You can also turn on or off user access to any app based on each team member’s role.

STEP 5: ADD THE SERVICES YOU WANT

When it comes to moving media, MediaCentral services make the job easy, as they handle all of the housekeeping and heavy lifting for you. Add any of these services to accelerate your production pipeline. You can also turn on or off user access to any service based on each team member’s role.

STEP 6: ADD A PANEL TO INTEGRATE YOUR EDITORIAL

Got Media Composer or Adobe Premiere Pro CC? Bring MediaCentral’s advanced search capabilities directly into your editing interface with these integrated panels.

  • MediaCentral | Panel for Media Composer
  • MediaCentral | Panel for Adobe Premiere Pro CC

STEP 7: CONNECT THIRD-PARTY SOLUTIONS

Extend your MediaCentral workflow to third-party applications, systems, and services with these MediaCentral connectors. You can also turn on or off user access to any connector based on each team member’s role.