At IBC 2018, Tedial will showcase Smartlive, deliver automated IMF workflows, and demonstrate Evolution aStorm for hybrid storage.
MAM solutions provider, Tedial, will unveil updates to its Evolution enterprise MAM solution at IBC 2018. The company will showcase its new live sport solution Smartlive and its Hyper IMF end-to-end IMF platform. It will also bring Evolution aStorm, its future-proof, hybrid content management solution to IBC. Demonstrations will be held throughout the show.
IBC will mark the first official debut of Tedials Smartlive at a European Trade Show. Smartlive, a live event solution for remote logging, PAM support and automated story-telling, leverages AI tools and provides compatibility with existing PAM systems like EVS and SAM. Using a metadata engine, Smartlive automates media logging, clip creation and distribution, including social media pitches. Marrying AI to MAM, the company claims that Smartlive is the only solution capable of automating the event metadata ingest process and creating a production environment for teams, managing multi-camera and multi-venue feeds, providing multiple, instantaneous live searches to bring historical archives to live events, and automatically generating highlights and delivering them to digital platforms and social networks.
Tedials Hyper IMF, an end-to-end MAM solution that supports IMF formats for ingest, archive and delivery, will be demonstrated with new features that reportedly improve the content delivery and management to non-linear platforms by providing assembly-on-the-fly. Hyper IMF now includes automatic leader insertion, which incorporates the elements required for each platform (e.g. bars/clock etc.). Hyper IMF also now includes automatic localisation based on delivery profile, enabling all credits and text insertions for every language required to be added automatically.
Tedials media factory solution, Version Factory, now supports 60 additional new platforms that minimises the challenge faced when delivering multiple content to non-linear platforms; each with a different flavour and format, the release stated. Using Version Factory and Hyper IMF, Tedial can reportedly support existing and new platforms, delivering content in the correct format with audio tracks and subtitles in the correct language, as well as additional components required (artwork/trailers etc.).
At IBC 2018, Tedial will showcase Evolution aStorm, the companys content management solution. Evolution aStorm reportedly changes the storage paradigm from the traditional HSM approach (multi-tier vertical) to an object-based storage environment (multi-site, horizontal). aStorm manages various storage tiers across departments and locations. A multi-tier agnostic solution, aStorm manages online, cloud, and deep archive storage with complex algorithms based on customer-tailored business rules. It can reportedly virtualise file locations to enable multi-site operations, cloud workflows and hybrid scenarios, offering an augmented perception of their physical location.
We are very excited to unveil these new Evolution MAM features at IBC 2018, said Esther Mesas, CSO/CMO Tedial. Broadcasters and media companies want access to the latest technology that enables them to quickly and easily reach audiences across multiple platforms whether thats via traditional TV, VOD, social media, etc. We answer these requirements by providing cutting-edge solutions that create new revenue opportunities, simplify workflows, reduce labour costs and increase fan engagement.
Visit Tedial at Stand # 8.B41