New Studio Automation And AI Join The Dalet Galaxy

Dalet is to launch two major new products at this year’s IBC that take the company’s Galaxy five media asset management (MAM) and workflow orchestration platform into the areas of studio automation and artificial intelligence (AI) services. There will also be additions to Galaxy five itself, including cloud and remote editing capability plus IMF (interoperable master format) workflow compatibility.

The Dalet OnePlay is an automated studio production package that extends the MAM, workflow orchestration and newsroom computer system (NRCS) features of the Galaxy five. Aimed at news, sports magazine programmes, live and as-live shows, OnePlay is intended to provide automation for more complicated productions, with options for more interactivity with audiences. OnePlay fully leverages the MAM, NRCS and workflow orchestration capabilities to open up new forms of collaboration inside productions, automating more complex events.

Dalet Media Cortex is a software as a service (SaaS) product that allows Galaxy five users to create different combinations of cognitive functions at the same time as being able to manage difficult data alignments. This includes offering AI services on a pay-as-you-go basis, with features monitored on Galaxy five through new intuitive user interfaces.

Galaxy five features several important enhancements that will be showcased at IBC. For hybrid on-premises and cloud deployments, the platform offers auto-scaling capabilities to balance infrastructure load and optimize costs. This new feature allows selected media processes to scale up and down automatically, according to a combination of process predictions, business rules and real-time demand.

Dalet will also showcase new remote editing capabilities that leverage the AWS infrastructure as a service resource. Dalet OneCut editors—such as journalists working in the field—can connect to the central bureau or facility to search and browse content, seamlessly mix it on their timeline with locally stored content (even in offline mode), and offload the rendering to the central site.

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