​Ownzones Shows Content Servicing Platform To HPA

At HPA Tech Retreat the cloud MAM and storage firm highlight Connect, FrameDNA and Discover, a customizable B2B content sales platform.

Connect is described as a next-gen content servicing and supply chain platform. FrameDNA, is presented as an AI-driven content library consolidation tool; and Discover, a customizable B2B content sales platform.

“Even the most powerful and immersive content is useless if you cannot manage it efficiently, effectively and, of course, profitably,” said Dan Goman, CEO. “The entertainment and media industries are challenged by an increasing number of distribution platforms and consumers’ growing demand for customized, high-quality content they can access on any device in any location. Our cloud-based technologies connect every corner of the creative and post-production communities, redefining end-to-end workflows for the global distribution of content.”

While editing, compositing, color grading, audio mixing, and VFX workflows are completed in the cloud, Ownzones Connect will centralize all the parallel workflows to assemble a final IMF master and a variety of different mastered versions for seamless distribution to audiences around the world. 

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