Success with video doesn’t come from choosing a mystical single best-of-breed MAM, Edit Suite, Live Switcher, DAM – or any other system.
Instead, it comes with being able to easily orchestrate human, semi-automated and automated workflows among these systems, and others that will inevitably emerge.
eMAM is a powerful media asset management platform that provides users an intuitive web interface to collaboratively produce, share, and deliver video and other media. Artists and designers use integrated tools inside Adobe Creative Cloud and Apple Final Cut systems. With built-in tools and over 80 technology partners, eMAM manages native resolution files and integrated workflow processes needed by leading organizations worldwide since 2006 in local, cloud, and hybrid environments. eMAM helps organizations respond to emerging demands with scalability, easy reconfiguration, and multiple ordering options: by purchase, by subscription, or by turnkey cloud SaaS and VM/PaaS.
Getting The Job Done: Production Teams During COVID-19 Global Pandemic
As scientists and doctors work around the clock to save lives while global measures to flatten the curve (398,900+ COVID-19 cases to date) continue, such as global lock-downs and travel bans, journalists and production teams are experiencing extremely difficult and unique circumstances surrounding news asset collection and publishing.
For a majority of those working in the media industry, there is a newsroom epicenter in which all digital content is stored and shared via internal servers.
From small time studios to international broadcasters, everyone is rethinking their technology choices and weighing their options. Here are the top 5 tech trends Prime Focus Technologies predict will have a major impact in 2020:
Shweta Jain, APAC Head of Business Development, Media & Entertainment, Amazon Web Services
In this session you will learn about enhancing media workflows built around ingest, media asset management, live and on-demand video streaming and also the customer engagement with Machine Learning. The session covers a broad set of use cases ranging from metadata enrichment and content moderation to personalisation and how to address them using AWS’s powerful portfolio of Machine Learning services.
Dave Clack (CEO, Square Box Systems) presents a new vision for MAM driven by AI-based speech recognition, video analysis and image analysis capabilities
Curator integrates alongside Quantum StorNext Pro and Telestream Vantage to create elegant image capture and distribution workflow Cambridge, UK, 1 August 2016: UK-based media asset management and technology specialist, IPV, has announced the successful integration of its Curator Content Factory Media Asset Management (MAM) system within NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The MAM system is being used within a fully digital solution for launch video capture and delivery systems at the Kennedy Space Center and integrates seamlessly alongside a Quantum StorNext 5 storage system and Telestream Vantage content transcoding. [bctt tweet="There are not very many imaging environments more challenging, or more critical, than the one that supports launches at NASA's Kennedy Space Center - MAM System Revolutionize NASA Kennedy Space Center"] On this project, IPV collaborated with North American channel partner, StorExcel, which worked as a key advisor to the project on content and workflow integration issues. "We wanted to give NASA a state-of-the-art video workflow system based on best-of-breed solutions that we knew would work well together and provide optimal value based on our own experience." said Kurt Clawson, CTO, M&E Technology at StorExcel. There are not very many imaging environments more challenging, or more critical, than the one that...