Vision has also now been integrated with move2, an HSM application from Object Matrix
Object Matrix will demonstrate the latest version of MatrixStore Vision at IBC 2018.
Updates to the Object Matrix Vision web-based media management application take centre stage. The software gives instant access to files contained within the MatrixStore object storage platform.
Enhancements include Process in Place IMF integration. This enables users to ingest files in IMF (Interoperable Master Format) and automatically extract the associated IMF metadata. This makes IMF files as discoverable within Vision as other file types, whilst keeping them housed within the archive.
Vision has also now been integrated with move2, an HSM application from Object Matrix. move2 provides policy driven data management from MatrixStore object storage to deep archive storage or public cloud storage platforms. Full integration with Vision means users have the option to control that easily, with a simple right click from within the tool.
The latest version also has a number of further search improvements to simplify the process of finding archived files.
Francisco Ontoso, CTO, Object Matrix, commented: “Our customers are tasked with ever-more complex workflows and growing archives. At the same time, they are looking to monetise all of that content, which is only possible if they can find it quickly and easily. These enhancements are part of our strategy of constantly updating our solutions to meet the evolving demands of our customers.”
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