10.23.2008 08:56 AM
OpenMedia v3.5 offers new tools, third-party integration

Annova Systems featured its OpenMedia v3.5 system, which offers support for a new event calendar and administration tools as well as integration with Apple, Avid, Quantel and S4M products, at IBC2008.

The company’s OpenMedia Interface Services (OMIS) provides a straightforward plug-in interface for third-party systems. OMIS allows integration with third-party production systems to provide journalists using OpenMedia with a seamless workflow in which they can use desktop video browsing, video and voice-over tools within the same interface. All work and metadata created with these applications is saved and available from within OpenMedia.

The new OpenMedia v3.5 event calendar module for date and event planning offers improved show planning capabilities, and the new administration tool simplifies the administration of multiple OpenMedia Connect systems. Administrators can manage user rights and permissions of multiple systems from a single interface.

For more information, visit www.annova.de.



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