The Store segment of the BaM Content Chain® covers the storage of content throughout its lifecycle. This can be on-premise or cloud object storage, SAN and NAS – including disk, SSD, optical and data tape, as well as storage management, archive storage, video servers and VTRs.
With an ever-growing amount of content needing to be stored and then rapidly accessed from anywhere, with ever-higher resolutions only increasing the pressure, Store today means much more than the simple repository its name implies. We spoke to 10 IABM member companies to catch up on all the latest developments in this largely unheralded but vital content chain segment.
Located in the City of Brotherly Love, Maestro Filmworks is a full-service media production powerhouse. They’ve produced corporate video and commercials for brands like Google, Pfizer, Deloitte, Asics, Hyatt, Southwest Airlines, and more. Beyond corporate content, Maestro creates narrative and documentary work, broadcast television productions, and educational animations that entertain audiences everywhere.
Maestro Filmworks is a minority-owned production company made of a diverse group of producers, editors, animators, and motion graphics designers. Using top-of-the-line equipment and Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and DaVinci Resolve video editing software, their team brings to life amazing stories in consistently quick turnaround times.
How do they manage a full workload, deliver outstanding creative, and stay on-schedule? They do it with a super fast and collaborative workflow powered by their EVO shared storage server.
But they had a few hurdles to overcome before they got to the smooth video editing workflow they have now.
In light of the recent health epidemic sweeping the globe, story production teams, journalists and broadcasters are adjusting to working from home. At the same time, management is now turning toward cloud-based solutions to promote efficient remote workflows with the objective of sustaining and ensuring high quality and quickly transferred deliverables.
This course starts with the basics, building understanding of what “workflow” is and why operational workflows are important in media businesses. It overviews different types of workflows and how these have developed in the context of changing audience consumption, investment shift from capital to operational expenditure and technology that puts ICT at the core. The shift to a more software-driven technology environment making use of cloud, virtualisation and AI based solutions is covered by this course. Duration 40-60 minutes.