At IBC, Videomenthe will present the latest new features offered by Eolementhe, its collaborative media tool box.
Videomenthe’s Eolementhe aids the processing and delivery of media files through an intuitive interface. It features several file-processing tools, including transcoding, quality control, analysis and correction of audio levels.
It also handles the creation of technical and editorial metadata, speech-to-text, subtitle insertion and AI. The combination of automated tools and manual intervention makes Eolementhe a solution for the delivery of ready-to-broadcast files.
Videomenthe is deploying Eolementhe as a microservices architecture. This architecture also forms a starting point for achieving a level of eco-design that makes it possible to optimize resources in response to platform load and client's needs.
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