The Dalet AmberFin processing and mastering platform has a new Business Process Model & Notation engine
Visitors to the Dalet booth at NAB 2016 can book a private demonstration or workflow consulation with an expert to learn how enhancements to the Dalet Galaxy, Brio and AmberFin platforms can help them better manage and distribute content.
“As an industry, our experience of new infrastructure technologies, such as IP and cloud, is now reaching a level of maturity that matches the proven robustness of Dalet software-based solutions,” comments Ben Davenport, director of marketing. “It is these advancements that gift content owners the power of opportunity – the opportunity to make content and infrastructure work better for them and their businesses.”
The Dalet AmberFin processing and mastering platform has a new Business Process Model & Notation (BPMN) 2.0-compliant workflow designer with which users can create complex workflow chains. The latest version of Dalet AmberFin now supports fast file transfer solutions such as Aspera as well as Amazon S3 compatible storage interfaces.
Dalet Brio video server provides video over IP support.
The Dalet Brio video server brings video over IP support, offering a set of workflow tools that are said to be interface independent and common to both SDI and IP I/O. “Enhancements to the Dalet Brio platform give operators the ultimate in flexibility in planning and transitioning to hybrid or all-IP environments,” says Davenport.
Dalet Galaxy MAM for news has tools that let newsroom staff personnel plan, collect, research, write, edit, and distribute text, audio and video to television, radio, web and social media. Dalet experts will be on hand to show how these and other new tools can be used to support radio, sports, archive, program prep and production workflows.
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