Tedial Gives SMARTLIVE MAM Remote Capabilities

The company also adds new functionalities to its Hybrid Cloud architecture.

Broadcasters can now deliver improved and more vivid graphics thanks to a new integration between Tedial SMARTLIVE and Singular.live’s cloud-based technology for live graphic overlays.

Graphics can be inserted into the SMARTLIVE auto-generated EDL, reviewed in the player and then burned in when the EDL is flattened. This development gives broadcasters the capability to enhance storytelling by layering graphics on top of highlights. In addition, SMARTLIVE can now create transitions between EDL segments, such as fade in/fade out, adding a dynamic element to highlights.

Providing an additional advantage for remote production Tedial’s player allows users to review content in different low-res quality with an automatic adaptive bit rate depending on the quality of the connection.

SMARTLIVE is also now connected to a video AI engine to detect replays into the video live stream or file to provide even more advanced storytelling, making highlights more dynamic.

The Spanish company is integrating new technology to its Hybrid Cloud architecture that enables companies to efficiently operate using their current architecture with the capability to evolve as future operational and commercial factors change.

To maximise Hybrid Cloud capabilities, users need a dynamic content management solution that transparently manages various tiers across departments, locations or in the cloud. This includes on-premise live storage, nearline storage, deep archive tape libraries or public cloud storage such as AWS S3, AWS S3 Glacier Deep Archive or Microsoft Azure Blob Storage.

Tedial’s Evolution MAM, is built with aSTORM, a dynamic content management solution that provides the ‘link’ between various storage and hosting scenarios. Using logical storage groups and rules defined within each group, the technology seamlessly moves, backs-up and restores content when and where required.

The cloud can also be used to host AI processes. Although operational workflows can be deployed on-premises or in cloud, non-critical workflows such as automating metadata tagging with AI would typically be deployed in the cloud, while critical workflows would be deployed on-premises.

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