Manage is one of the BaM Content Chain® segments that’s seeing the most change and innovation. Content management systems have historically been associated with large, complex and expensive installations, requiring extensive customization and integration work by technology suppliers. But as broadcast and media companies have increasingly required more flexible systems to keep up with the inexorable move of the industry towards multi-platform content delivery, they are shifting away from monolithic solutions towards agile content management systems that are increasingly utilizing microservices.
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.
Mike Palmer, CTO, Masstech
Multiple sets of AI generated, time-based metadata can be stored along with source media in a single container to create a rich data lake which can be exposed to other applications and services for further analysis and enrichment.
Maria Lodolo D’Oria, Presales Executive, Metaliquid
One of the challenges broadcasters must face today is how to generate new revenue opportunities with increasing consumption of video from different devices and platforms, which have completely changed the demand for contents and viewers’ behaviour.
AI gives broadcasters access to more detailed descriptive metadata of what is happening scene-by-scene to manage their gigantic content libraries speeding up content search and editing process. This presentation explains how AI is the key not only to keep up with the new trends in video consumption, but also to change the market introducing disruptive services to keep users engaged.
Kristan Bullett (Co-Managing Director, Piksel) discusses how Piksel are managing efficiency with their Fuse Metadata Manager.
Panel based on the Manage section of the IABM BaM Content Chain®.
Manage – Managing and preparing completed content (audio, video, metadata) for publication and subsequent archive, including normalization, localization and technical/editorial compliance, while orchestrating the workflow and resources required.
Chaired by Lorenzo Zanni (Head of Insight & Analysis, IABM)
Sam Bogoch (CEO, axle ai), Lior Berezinski (Director, Pre-Sales Enginner – Prime Focus Technologies) & Ted Korte (CTO, Qligent)
We spoke to Matt Eaton, General Manager, EMEA at GrayMeta about the company’s dynamic launch into the broadcast and media industry and how its AI-powered technology is helping its customers turn information into valuable data to help drive their businesses forward.
Understanding File FormatsOverview:This 2 day course will build your understanding of current video and audio file-formats, including the metadata wrapped within them and how they are used in current workflows. We will examine how and why broadcast files have replaced tape-based video audio workflows and the advantages gained in this transition.By the end of the course you will have a thorough understanding of the common file formats, their associated workflows, working practices and the industry and standards bodies associated with their use. You will understand the process of creating, transcoding, checking and delivering files in a way that builds your confidence and allows you to make practical use of the knowledge you have gained.Availability:This course is run on demand and can be delivered at a location to suit you. Due to the bespoke nature of both the delivery and the content of these courses, please click the button below to request further information and we will be able to put together a quote based on your needs.Course OutlineMedia file formats are used everywhere, from production to archive and consumption. File acquisition now routinely starts at the camera or audio recorder with file-based media essence and metadata passing along the entire broadcast...
There is unprecedented growth in the number of companies offering content and television services, and therefore the endpoints through which programming is distributed. Competition for viewer attention and wallets has never been fiercer. Aggregators must become the discovery agent of choice, while content owners and curators must make themselves available everywhere, without limits. Achieving these ambitions while making a profit requires a generational upgrade to metadata management and publishing workflows. This paper outlines what a successfully transformed media operation looks like.
Metadata serves many purposes and comes in many flavors. Additionally, SMPTE ST 2110 has its own metadata considerations. This presentation by Paul Briscoe (Consultant, Evertz) looks at the requirements that need to be met for business continuity and the new ones introduced by SMPTE ST 2110 and examines the solutions available in IP to accommodate them. Examples include closed captioning, time code, HDR metadata and SDP. [bc_video video_id="5770530716001" account_id="4229317768001" player_id="BkgkXSCcOM" embed="in-page" padding_top="56%" autoplay="autoplay" min_width="0px" max_width="640px" width="100%" height="100%"]