Since the very first moving picture and black and white films, to high-resolution digital video, and now with the seismic shift to the cloud, media production technology has undergone quite an evolution, yet film sets remain a bit of a dark place when it comes to connectivity.
The pandemic may have given us a nudge along the way, but the idea of putting all the production and post resources into one location would surely have withered away. The arguments in favour of decentralised, remote working are far too strong.
Pixotope is at the forefront of democratizing virtual production and empowering content creators with accessible solutions for boundary-pushing immersive storytelling. Our XR Edition, based on our award-winning virtual production graphics software, was developed in response to the growing use of LED volumes in virtual production and the resulting need for hardware optimization as well as simplified, efficient, and resilient workflows. XR Edition removes the need for bespoke set ups and proprietary hardware to power extended reality (XR) workflows and environments. The result is an off-the-shelf software solution featuring a range of purpose-built tools that simplify setup and operation.
Creating a personalised OTT ecosystem is a great way for content creators to stand out in a heavily competitive environment that has a low barrier to entry. Through an OTT SaaS solution like Enveu’s Experience Cloud, any content creator can create their branded OTT apps and go LIVE in weeks with zero coding!
The battle to secure our screen time is just beginning. The number of streaming services that any given household can subscribe to has a limit. Changing from one provider to another is easy, and it’s happening with both locally and globally focused content providers, fighting for market share.
We’re living in a time of seismic change across the broadcast and media industry. The rise of OTT, the dominance of social media platforms and the advancement of cloud technology have transformed the landscape into an almost unrecognizable state than that of a decade ago.
Combining the Cloud and Artificial Intelligence to deliver super slow-motion replays from any camera angle
Enterprises and media companies rely on transcripts to create a written record of movies, TV shows, meetings, speeches, phone calls, newscasts, training videos, and more, thereby making the content searchable, discoverable, and accessible for internal and external uses.