The Actus View enhanced video recording solution is accessible from any computer in the organization.
Actus Digital updates its Clip Factory application, designed to integrate with its flagship Actus View solution.
At the 2017 NAB Show, Actus Digital will introduce a new Change Tracker solution. The new solution compares outgoing and off-air feeds and flags significant differences according to user-defined rules. These combined functionalities allow regionalised versions of the content to be monitored from multiple sites, ensuring that clients’ brand values are retained wherever they are viewed.
Change Tracker has the ability to compare two linear feeds, such as a primary channel and an affiliate channel, and to automatically detect any variation or modification in the secondary feed. The user(s) will be notified automatically on all the locations in the streams that were modified.
New NLC (Near Live Clips) technology
Actus will also present in its exhibit the company's latest release of Actus Media Platform, version 5.9. The main emphasis of this release is a new and improved ClipFactory product, for content creation, repurposing and sharing.
Actus ClipFactory provides broadcasters and content owners’ tools for clips creation and delivery to OTT, social media, Catchup TV or VOD, to increase viewer’s engagement and ads revenues. Actus ClipFactory is a cost-effective, scalable and reliable platform for fast conversion of linear TV into clips, including editing, ad removal, adding overlays, and delivering various subtitle formats suitable for the internet.
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