08.03.2009 12:47 PM
TMD to highlight Mediaflex Management at IBC

TransMedia Dynamics (TMD), a provider of media management products, will highlight its Mediaflex solution at IBC in September. The company will show significant advancements in process integration‚ including tight integration with Avid Interplay — plus new acquisition and authority record search and control modules for large archives.

TMD’s Web-based, enterprise-wide architecture, i-mediaflex, makes it possible for remote users to access both content and detailed metadata via any desktop Web browser. These remote users often include personnel working outside a production facility in business-oriented areas such as program planning, scheduling or general information management.

i-mediaflex will be shown with powerful new functionality based on Microsoft Silverlight technology that includes logging and cataloguing modules as well as an interactive dashboard that provides a snapshot of activity in all areas managed by Mediaflex.

In addition to existing comprehensive ingest capabilities, TMD will announce a new variant of Mediaflex Lines designed to capture and manage line feeds from sports events.



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