Telestream Content Manager
Telestream Content Manager will be on display at NAB 2023. The next-generation solution provides a single point of access for content across an organization’s entire storage ecosystem, including cloud and on-prem storage.
Built on the DIVA Core technology, Telestream Content Manager is tightly integrated with the Telestream workflow orchestration tools, as well as supporting all major MAM, PAM, and automation systems.
Three innovations combine to make this unification of cloud and on-prem content management practical and cost effective. First, an intuitive web-based user interface provides users with the tools that they need to discover and work with their media content. All content information is indexed and searchable, including both system metadata, editorial metadata imported from other systems, and customer-configurable metadata. Once content is found, it can be played back directly within the application and transferred to any connected device such as a storage, production, or playout system.
Second, auto-object discovery and the ability to index files directly from cloud storage eliminates the egress costs associated with copying to another location and enables enterprises to efficiently manage both legacy content and incoming files. Finally, the automation of content management actions and triggering of automated workflows enables greater efficiency through the ability to create sophisticated supply chain workflows that incorporate content movement, lifecycle management, and media processing.
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