Archive for the ‘FileCatalyst Central’ Category

NAB Show 2013 Wrap Up: Exciting Announcements and New Releases for the Digital Media Industry!

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013
Last week, the FileCatalyst Team attended NAB Show in Las Vegas. This was a great show with many new, exciting technologies announced (including our own new FileCatalyst Central and FileCatalyst Direct releases) breathing new life into the constantly evolving digital media industry. Along with showcasing our latest FileCatalyst Central and FileCatalyst Direct releases offering extended […]

FileCatalyst at NAB – Unveiling our Latest Product Releases and Showcasing the Fastest Media File Transfers

Friday, April 5th, 2013
Next week the FileCatalyst Team will be heading to Las Vegas for the always entertaining and informative NAB Show. Bringing together approximately 100,000 digital media professionals the NAB Show is the essential industry event for creative inspiration and next-generation technologies to help breathe new life into content. The FileCatalyst Team will be at Booth SL13013 […]

FileCatalyst Central v3.2: Flexible Views

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013
As a general development principle at FileCatalyst, we are guided by what our customers need from the product. However, we still occasionally indulge ourselves and include small changes to an application based on the simple question, "What's something *I* would want to see?" One small feature I've wanted to see since FileCatalyst Central was first […]

FileCatalyst NAB 2012 Wrap-up

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012
The 2012 NAB Show took place last week from the 16th to the 19th. The show had a good atmosphere, energy levels were high, and it turned out to be a great success for the company. Here are a few of the things I found notable about this year: 10 Gbps transfers We knew going […]

Connecting to the FileCatalyst Central Database

Thursday, April 12th, 2012
Introduction With the release of File Catalyst Direct 3.0.1, Central will provide the ability to enable external access to its database of transfer information. First, a little basic information: Central uses a Derby database to store its data. This means that whatever tool you are planning on using to access the database will need to […]