Results for `Media Workflows`

NAB 2022 in Review

The return of the NAB Show in Las Vegas was nothing short of amazing. It was very special to be able to meet again with our customers, partners, and the media community as a whole after a two-year hiatus. Even though attendance was down by about half in comparison to pre-COVID shows, those attending were…

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Cloud vs on-premises - why not both? Part 2

Welcome to part 2 of our discussion around hybrid deployments – i.e. partially on-premises and partially in the cloud – for Media Workflow solutions. Here’s the first post, in case you missed it. We looked at both the benefits and technical trade-offs when transitioning to cloud-based solutions, and how a hybrid architecture may provide the…

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Cloud vs on-premises - why not both? Part 1

Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of enabling contributions from home across the media production and distribution supply chain. This has accelerated the transition to cloud-based solutions, which can often provide ways to address those challenges. But they do not come without technical trade-offs, and associated business transformations can prove…

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IMF: How Does it Work and Who will Use It?

If you read my previous post on IMF, you’ll already know that unlike its finance focussed namesake, the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) is in fact designed to improve our lives: it is a new SMPTE file format designed to create a single – standardized – master bundle for distribution of versioned content between businesses into multiple territories: The content creation…

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What is IMF and Why Should You Care?

Not to be confused with its more illustrious name sake, the IMF (Interoperable Master Format) is a file format that is designed to simplify the file exchange process by creating a single – standardized – master file for distribution of content between businesses into multiple territories: Separate the content into various ingredients  Most films these days have…

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Dalet and Adobe Make Sense of Content Creation

As we heard from Adobe’s Dennis Radeke at the recent Dalet/Adobe event in New York, change in the video industry is never evolutionary: it’s always revolutionary. Dennis pointed out that just as we’re getting comfortable with HD, all of a sudden we need to do it in ultraHD! Today we’re experiencing an explosion of content, largely…

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DPP Deadline Day – What’s All the Fuss About?

At the start of June, we heard that the IBC has short-listed BT Sport, Timeline Television and ourselves for the IBC Innovation Award under the Content Management category. This is a good reason to celebrate – in short-listing our submission IBC is recognizing all the effort made making sure that BT Sport’s new production facility…

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NAB 2022 in Review

The return of the NAB Show in Las Vegas was nothing short of amazing. It was very special to be able to meet again with our customers, partners, and the media community as a whole after a two-year hiatus. Even though attendance was down by about half in comparison to pre-COVID shows, those attending were…

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Cloud vs on-premises - why not both? Part 2

Welcome to part 2 of our discussion around hybrid deployments – i.e. partially on-premises and partially in the cloud – for Media Workflow solutions. Here’s the first post, in case you missed it. We looked at both the benefits and technical trade-offs when transitioning to cloud-based solutions, and how a hybrid architecture may provide the…

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Cloud vs on-premises - why not both? Part 1

Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of enabling contributions from home across the media production and distribution supply chain. This has accelerated the transition to cloud-based solutions, which can often provide ways to address those challenges. But they do not come without technical trade-offs, and associated business transformations can prove…

Read More
IMF: How Does it Work and Who will Use It?

If you read my previous post on IMF, you’ll already know that unlike its finance focussed namesake, the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) is in fact designed to improve our lives: it is a new SMPTE file format designed to create a single – standardized – master bundle for distribution of versioned content between businesses into multiple territories: The content creation…

Read More
What is IMF and Why Should You Care?

Not to be confused with its more illustrious name sake, the IMF (Interoperable Master Format) is a file format that is designed to simplify the file exchange process by creating a single – standardized – master file for distribution of content between businesses into multiple territories: Separate the content into various ingredients  Most films these days have…

Read More
DALET
Dalet and Adobe Make Sense of Content Creation

As we heard from Adobe’s Dennis Radeke at the recent Dalet/Adobe event in New York, change in the video industry is never evolutionary: it’s always revolutionary. Dennis pointed out that just as we’re getting comfortable with HD, all of a sudden we need to do it in ultraHD! Today we’re experiencing an explosion of content, largely…

Read More
DPP Deadline Day – What’s All the Fuss About?

At the start of June, we heard that the IBC has short-listed BT Sport, Timeline Television and ourselves for the IBC Innovation Award under the Content Management category. This is a good reason to celebrate – in short-listing our submission IBC is recognizing all the effort made making sure that BT Sport’s new production facility…

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