Industry-first content testing capabilities wrapped in highly intuitive, user-friendly interface enable video professionals to inspect media files for compliance and integrity at every step of the creative workflow; Showcased at IBC2019.
This white paper, “To Infinity and Beyond”, examines how a media workflow intelligence platform and scale-out object storage can be leveraged together as a media-aware storage platform that supports highly efficient, centralized media workflows.
Chesapeake Systems, the industry’s leading workflow solutions architects and services group for highly advanced technology systems in media and entertainment, announced today that industry veteran Amy Lounsbury has joined the company’s Southwest team. Lounsbury will serve as Director of Business Development for the region.
Pixel Power, the global automation, branding and graphics innovator, is working with with Qvest Media, the leading global media systems architect, to bring its playout and automation systems to Qvest.Cloud, a multicloud management platform for media.
Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company, today announced the Secure Packager and Encoder Key Exchange (SPEKE), an open, extensible API specification developed to streamline integration of Digital Rights Management (DRM) with encoders, transcoders, and origin servers (encryptors).
The ability to work collaboratively and remotely is becoming critical to today’s media workflows.
SOC2 Type 1 compliance demonstrates Frame.io’s commitment to offering security at scale; New Visual Watermarking and Asset Lifecycle Management features raise the bar for security workflows
The report provides consensus guidance on HDR terms and definitions and presents detailed and useful information on HDR technologies that, up to this point, has not been readily available to the media industry.
...the professional video industry has had to rethink the way it integrates multiple delivery platforms into a traditional broadcast infrastructure. Automation within the broadcast plant is one of the last big technologies to navigate this new path.
For anyone who doubts the ability of cloud-based systems to handle large-scale broadcast and media production capabilities, recent high-profile localized system failures at the New York Stock Exchange and United Airlines should have them taking notice.
BlueNet includes solutions for enhancing offline graphics production and creating graphics anywhere and at any time using file-based video import and export.
Based on global ad revenues, Google is the world’s largest media owner; according to ZenithOptimedia’s Top Thirty Global Media Owners 2015 report. Fortunately for broadcasters, there is a weapon that can help them stand their ground with Google and other major websites: dynamic ad insertion.