The one-day seminar is designed to get attendees up to speed on the IMF specification
The MAM specialist is supporting SMPTE in a Interoperable Master Format (IMF) roadshow.
Tedial has announced its Platinum level sponsorship of “IMF: The Key to Efficient Workflows”, part of a wider SMPTE sponsored initiative. The first event is scheduled for Thursday, March 10 in Toronto, followed by a second seminar on Tuesday, March 15 in New York City.
The one-day seminar is designed to get attendees up to speed on the IMF specification, its applications and how it can help organizations grow and thrive in the evolving world of file-based workflows.
Jay Batista, Tedial’s General Manager of North America operations will take the audience through innovations in design of the modern MAM that lead to an understanding of how standards and applying IMF methodologies builds a true “Media Factory,” managing thousands of deliverable formats via a single workflow and a single operators screen.
“IMF is an exchange focused media component system proposed by SMPTE to enable organizations to navigate through the maze of competing formats and delivery methods,” explains Batista. “We are happy for the opportunity to to share our expertise and educate attendees on the most effective methods available to them to take advantage of IMF’s benefits, operate efficiently and monetize assets for greater profitability.”
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