RTV Slovenija Uses Actus Digital Platform To Speed Up Content Clipping

Actus Digital, a broadcast compliance logging, quality monitoring and alerting, advanced editing and content repurposing, and AI-based workflow solutions company, has announced that RTV Slovenija, Slovenia’s national public broadcaster, has deployed the company’s intelligent monitoring platform for tasks beyond traditional compliance.

RTV Slovenija is using the Actus platform to simplify the creation, editing, and publishing of media clips (Clip Factory PRO). The Actus platform eliminates the need for professional video editors or old legacy editing systems, reducing costs and complexity for RTV Slovenija.

Actus Clip Factory PRO enables RTV Slovenija to quickly repurpose content for its VOD platform and news website. The platform provides advanced editing and exporting options, allowing fast content publishing to boost viewer engagement. In addition, the Actus platform allows the broadcaster to include and exclude segments for clips, add metadata and graphics pre- and post-roll, and select relevant profiles to speed up the clipping process. RTV Slovenija records its national and regional channels in full HD, maintaining high video quality. The system includes a mix of both SDI and IP video.

The Actus platform allows RTV Slovenija to select a program from the electronic program guide (EPG), identify and automatically remove all commercials, and then publish the concatenated program using the same branding and transcoding settings from the saved profiles. Clips are created in multiple renditions based on the EPG, with extra metadata.

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