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The Future of Media Asset Management
Posted: Thursday, January 28, 2016
MAM has seen an evolutionary transformation in the last decade. This evolution stemmed from a time where you had one metadata set to one media asset. But, as multi-platform delivery became a reality, we entered into a new phase, where MAM platforms must manage “rich” objects and advanced asset relationships. Well, we now need to ask ourselves what lies ahead…
Posted by Kevin Savina
Humans & TTML – the ultimate answer to the captioning question?
Posted: Thursday, October 22, 2015
Take a skilled human, lightly sprinkle with TTML and bake in a captions workflow for 30 minutes. Is this the answer to getting the right captions at the right price?
Posted by Bruce Devlin
Scale and scalability. Junior discovers that it ain’t Jane Austen!
Posted: Thursday, October 08, 2015
Dad gives Junior another unsolicited lesson on broadcast workflows. Today’s lesson: scale and scalability, all in the name of Proofs of Concepts. Read More…
Posted by Bruce Devlin
More Secrets of Metadata
Posted: Thursday, July 30, 2015
Remember me wrestling the metadata snake in an early episode of Bruce’s Shorts? Well it seems the idea of business value when it comes to metadata is catching on.
Posted by Bruce Devlin
Shared Storage for Media Workflows… Part 2
Posted: Wednesday, July 01, 2015
Part 2 of an exploration of storage for media, courtesy of guest blogger Janet Lafleur, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Quantum. After reading, we promise you will never again ask the differences between DAS, NAS, SAN, RAID, LTO or LTFS…
Posted by Janet Lafleur - Guest Blogger
Shared Storage for Media Workflows… Part 1
Posted: Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Media workflows and operations are among the most demanding in the IT world, if not the most. Architecting efficient storage systems requires significant expertise and testing, along with a real understanding of media elements. In part one of this article, Dalet Director of Marketing Ben Davenport lists and explains the key concepts to master when selecting storage for media workflows.
Posted by Ben Davenport
How to bring standards to your organisation
Posted: Wednesday, May 06, 2015
So how do you bring standards to your organisation? Step 1: join in and listen; Step 2: determine whether or not exerting influence is to your advantage; Step 3: actively contribute; Step 4: sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labour!
Posted by Bruce Devlin
50,000 Shades of Gray - An Exploration of HDR Pleasure and Pain!
Posted: Thursday, February 26, 2015
High Dynamic Range – crucial to UHD success, but not without its challenges.
Posted by Bruce Devlin
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Pictionary, Standards and MXF Interoperability
Posted: Thursday, December 04, 2014
Four weeks ago, I posted in this blog about the IRT MXF plugfest, the new MXF profiles that were published in Germany this year by the ARD and ZDF, and how these new profiles would bring forth a new era in interoperability. This week, the first results of that plugfest and reaction from some of the end users and vendors were presented at a conference on file-based production also hosted by the IRT in Munich.
 
As usual, the results were fascinating. As with all statistics, they could be manipulated to back up any point you wanted to make, but for me there were a couple of highlights.
Posted by Ben Davenport
Taking MXF Interoperability to the next level
Posted: Thursday, November 06, 2014
Next week, in a corner of the Bayerischer Rundfunk campus in Munich, Germany, likely without much fanfare, something fairly monumental will take place – the IRT MXF PlugFest. Now in its ninth year, this event brings together vendors in the media and entertainment industry to facilitate MXF interoperability tests. Following each event, the IRT (Institute für Rundfunktechnik) publishes a report on the levels of overall interoperability, standard compliance, decoder robustness, and the common errors and interoperability issues – you can download the previous reports here. All of the previous eight reports make interesting reading (particularly if read in order), but none has been more greatly anticipated than the report due from this ninth PlugFest.
Posted by Ben Davenport

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