Accelerated file transfer solutions from Signiant, Aspera and FileCatalyst are coming to the Dalet Amberfin processor.
Support for Aspera FASP transfers and faspex dropbox capabilities are new to the Dalet AmberFin processing tool. The integration gives users accelerated transfer speeds “that are hundreds of times faster than standard FTPs” as well as the ability to mass distribute media packages to all members of any given faspex dropbox.
Accelerated file transfer solutions from Signiant and FileCatalyst are next up on the list of planned integrations with Dalet AmberFin, according to Dalet. In addition, the latest release includes native support for Amazon S3 compatible storage interfaces.
“Dalet AmberFin not only offers our customers tremendous flexibility in working with any of the major file transport and automated QC vendors, but they can do so with confidence in their media,” said Matthieu Fasani, Dalet AmberFin product manager. “A tightly orchestrated media workflow enables the trusted, efficient delivery and distribution of their assets. This is especially important for customers currently lacking their own player or mark-up tools for quality control. The integration of these vital steps in the file creation and delivery chain makes Dalet AmberFin the most complete and fluent solution on the market.”
Ensuring compliance and quality, the accelerated transfer solutions are threaded within the Dalet Workflow Engine along with UQC (Unified Quality Control), an industry-leading QC mark representing the best combination of automated and manual content verification.
“Under command of the Dalet Workflow Engine, supporting solutions from Tektronix, Interra, Venera, VidCheck, Metaglue and Nexidia provide users with a single, exceptional resource to manually verify content, and to unify and monitor transfer acceleration locked into all transcode and QC operations,” added Fasini.
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