Apace PAM is Tuned for Collaborative Production

The latest version of Apace Systems’ production workflow and media asset management platform, postMAM 4.0, supports cloud and multi-site media data for collaborative production; with support also for NewTek NDI.

The application can run in the cloud, on the edge as a virtual machine or on dedicated Apace media gateway engines.

Workflows are further automated to manage data for archive to cloud (S3, Azure, etc.), to tape and Apace’s Offline Disk Management platform (ODM). A revised ‘Channel’ allows both for production review process and on-demand streaming for a larger audience.

“With the fourth generation postMAM 4 we have enhanced workflow management and Channel access to deal with large scale heterogeneous datasets and complicated workflows,” said Dr. Lee Hu, President and CTO. “Comment, search and add to Adobe CC timelines are streamlined with a built-in review collaborative pipeline accessible from anywhere and anytime. It significantly shortens production to air time and adds workflow flexibility.”

Apace has also announced support for IP workflows using NewTek NDI. Apace described its offering with NDI “as a complete turnkey media production ecosystem of file-based media storage servers paired with media centric software products, that integrate with NewTek NDI-based platforms from ingest and production to broadcast.”

Jeanclaude Toma, EVP of Apace Systems, said: “The combination of Apace and NewTek solutions provides end-to-end media ingest, production, archive, asset management, global access and on-demand IP-based hybrid private media cloud implementation for live and on-demand media content.”

“IP workflows are quickly becoming ubiquitous in video production,” said Michael Kornet, evp and general manager of NDI for NewTek. “NDI-enabled products like Apace’s media storage, workflow and MAM platforms, greatly increase the video sources available for live production creating efficiencies and opportunities for customers that did not previously exist.”

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