01 February 2022 – London, United Kingdom – Wildmoka has been compatible with Singular for some time. However, recently the two platforms embarked on a new integration that delivers a much wider scope for clients to enhance their output and workflows.
The Wildmoka development team completed a much deeper integration that now opens much bigger opportunities for clients of Singular and Wildmoka in both live streaming and postproduction. There are multiple benefits and use-cases, however some of the most important ones are:
Brand Consistency Across Multiple Video Formats:
Clients of Wildmoka were already able to use Singular overlays for their live content, however the new integration takes this much further by introducing the same Singular graphic templates into their post-production media supply chain. This applies to both near-live clipping, highlight reels, or longer-form videos such as entire game replays. Now with this integration, clients can use their exact same Singular graphics across all the types of content meaning they can quickly and easily retain the branding in a consistent way.
Improved Viewer Experience across digital platforms with responsive video:
Producing digital media coverage requires producers to properly address digital fragmentation – i.e., the ability to adapt to many destination platforms, from OTT to social media. Some of these destinations require other formats than the source 16:9 linear TV one. As a result, by also ingesting the clean feed into the Wildmoka platform, it is possible to create clips and reels in square, vertical and other formats and have the overlays and other graphics perfectly positioned and readable. Wildmoka and Singular together enable responsive video.
Previously it was typical for production teams to use different platforms, exporting and reimporting content to add channel branded graphics for short form content which was time consuming and relying on internet speed (especially when working from home). When the need to deliver high quality content at speed is essential, this new integration enables that. Now production teams can deliver a full HD produced feed with channel branding and graphics plus additional outputs with different local sponsors or any different screen formats for social media outputs, all from the same Wildmoka interface using their Singular graphics.
Singular.live is the new industry standard for live graphic overlays. A transformative cloud-native graphics platform that enables Intelligent Overlays – dynamic and responsive live graphics – that are created and controlled from just a web browser. Intelligent Overlays add information and live engagement to the output. They create more personalised and interactive viewer engagement, through any Internet-connected device.
The Singular.live platform transforms broadcast graphics with a cutting-edge, browser-based, experience that empowers broadcasters to deliver graphics without the need to invest in expensive infrastructure, additional studio space, large production teams or any shipping costs. Singular.live’s authoring environment makes professional quality live graphic overlays sustainable, straightforward, and cost effective.
Singular.live’s international team of experts has over 25 years of experience in broadcast graphics and technology; and a vision to re-imagine the production of broadcast graphics for everyone. The team even has multiple industry award wins to prove it; most recently winning a Sports Technology Award 2021 for Fan Engagement.
Wildmoka has established itself as the platform of choice for the creation of digital content from Sport, News and Radio. Leveraging cloud technology with unparalleled expertise in Artificial Intelligence applied to media, Wildmoka’s digital media factory has been adopted by more than 100 broadcasters and rights holders around the world who rely on Wildmoka for coverage of their biggest events globally. The speed and ease-of-use of the platform enables broadcasters to create an unlimited amount of digital content such as live streams (including 24/7 digital broadcasting), clips, replays, match, or interview summaries, and much more. All this content can be distributed in one-click to any digital channel, including web, mobile, OTT and social networks.