OmniBus Systems launches new OPUS content management suite

OPUS Content Management provides the task-based tools broadcasters need to realize the value of their media assets
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OmniBus Systems has announced the release of OPUS Content Management, an integrated suite of content management and workflow components that provides the task-based tools broadcasters of all sizes need to realize the value of their media assets.

The OPUS suite, integrated with the OmniBus Colossus automation system and driven by OmniBus Systems’ G3 technology, ensures efficient ingest, review, annotation, and storage management of content, with on-demand delivery to automation for accurate on-air transmission, the company said.

Key components of OPUS include OPUS.MediaFramework, which provides the content management infrastructure and database; OPUS.Logging for annotation of content and key frames with associated metadata; OPUS.PinPoint for content selection via basic and advanced metadata searching; OPUS.View for content proxy viewing and key frame selection; OPUS.Index for metadata analysis and text indexing; and OPUS.MediaFlow for transfer and transcoding of content among storage, archive, and playout devices.

For integration with adjacent planning and operations systems within the facility, or with enterprise-wide digital asset management systems, OPUS.Interchange provides the exchange of new content orders, content inventory, full content metadata, broadcast schedules, and as-run logs via IT-standard Web services integration.

These components combine to provide content management solutions customized for each operation via the OPUS.Workflow process manager. OPUS processes are presented via the OmniBus G3 Desktop, providing operators with task-based layouts designed to include only the required displays and controls.

For more information, visit www.OmniBus.tv/.

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