Eolementhe facilitates the processing and delivery of media files via an intuitive interface, which features file-processing tools such as transcoding, quality control, analysis and correction of audio levels, among others.
Videomenthe will unveil Eolementhe v5.0, the latest version of its collaborative media tool box, at IBC 2018.
Eolementhe facilitates the processing and delivery of media files via an intuitive interface, which features file-processing tools such as transcoding, quality control, analysis and correction of audio levels, creation of technical and editorial metadata, speech-to-text and subtitle insertion, among others.
Eolementhe version 5.0 offers new features and improvements which demonstrate the commitment to optimising the user experience and industrialising the platform, the release stated.
Commenting on the new version, Videomenthe CEO Muriel Le Bellac, said: Eolementhe is about the aggregation of file-processing solutions via a single interface, optimally linked together by means of features that we are developing. Choices concerning these new features are always guided by client feedback, to enable them to guarantee seamlessness and continuity of workflows. We hope that this 5.0 version will meet their expectations.
The Eolementhe v5.0 alpha version includes AI tools permitting facial, object and thematic recognition. Eolementhe now incorporates two new functions – represented graphically – allowing time and efficiency gains to be made:Conditional workflows, with the automatic creation of workflow branches in accordance with criteria predetermined by the user: the status of the previous task (e.g., whether it passes or fails Quality Control), the file name or the audio or video technical metadata (format, duration, codec used), etc. The second functionis parallel workflows, which make it possible to execute several tasks simultaneously during the same workflow
Videomenthe is enhancing its platforms security and reliability by offering availability across the content-processing chain, whichever tools are selected, whether proprietary or otherwise.
Videomenthe is making improvements to FileLib, with the purpose of making the user experience ever better and more intuitive, the release stated. Finally, Videomenthe is developing its dashboard to give users and administrators an overview of the processes under way, in real time.
Videomenthe CEO Muriel Le Bellac added: This 5.0 version is true to the guidelines we have always followed: seamlessness of workflows, ease of use and collaborative working. Our solution facilitates improved monetisation of content thanks to the speed of its processing and exchange between partners.