At IBC 2015, TransMedia Dynamics will be showing a cost effective, packaged range of asset management solutions for small to mid-sized organizations and creative departments within broadcast, media, production and archive.
TransMedia Dynamics (TMD) specializes in digital and media asset management and workflow Solutions. The company will be demonstrating several products at its IBC 2015 stand. Among them are Paragon, OnPoint, Transform, UMS and Chameleon, all powered by Mediaflex technology.
Paragon is TMD’s fast to install, easy to use archiving solution. Using the power of LTFS it creates a digital content store that is device independent. Archives written to today’s LTO tape formats can be migrated to future generations, or even new storage media like holographic stores, without any loss of essence or metadata.
The OnPoint MAM system helps facilities manage large numbers of digital assets for multiple clients.
Transform is a packaged asset and workflow manager to prepare, package and deliver non-linear content to multiple online and mobile platforms, each requiring a unique set of technical parameters.
Unified Media Services (UMS) simplify the service oriented architecture (SoA) of TMD solutions.Based on open standards, UMS minimises the need for bespoke APIs, making integration with multiple third-party vendors seamless, throughout the DAM life cycle.
Chameleon is a new HTML5 browser-based user interface designed give each operator just what they need to see and do. It's simple and intuitive to use, needing little to no training.
Scheduled panel discussion to share insights
In addition to on-going in-stand demonstrations, panelists from MTG, Pebble Beach Systems, Screen Systems, TMD and BCE share insights, best practices and efficiencies realised from MTG’s recent 2nd generation MAM installation in the Tech in Action theatre, Hall 3.A19, 13 Sept. 14:30 – 15:00.
Visit TMD at IBC2015, Hall 2, Stand 2.B59.
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