Cantemo Adds Archiware P5 to Portal 2.5

Cantemo will be previewing its latest release of media management platform, Cantemo Portal 2.5 at IBC.

Cantemo Portal is described as a modular platform, enabling users to build a media management structure to suit their individual requirements. It integrates with other parts of the chain, and a number of pre-integrations make that process even easier for popular tools.

Cantemo Portal 2.5 includes native integration with Archiware P5. It enables users to archive and restore single items, as well as collections of items in Archiware P5, from within Cantemo Portal. The integration has been added to the Cantemo Archive Framework, giving customers native support alongside the existing offerings of Storage Manager, Oracle DIVArchive, and the standard file system archive.

Other features in the product roadmap, which will be demonstrated at IBC, include extended support for timecode-based commenting. Users can share videos both internally with existing users and externally with non-registered users. Once shared, users can add timecode-based comments on the shared video, which will be instantly accessible by the users in the system. Support for managing image sequences will also be demonstrated on the Cantemo booth.

“Demands on our customers are constantly evolving, therefore we place a great deal of importance on ensuring Portal is constantly evolving to continually meet those demands,” commented Parham Azimi, CEO. “Many of our customers are using Archiware P5, therefore being able to natively integrate it into Portal is an important feature to make their workflow simpler.”

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