Vimond Media Solutions products are focused on managing monetization, rights, and storytelling.
Vimond will showcase new and upgraded tools and solutions at IBC.
Vimond Media Solutions has announced its 2017 IBC Show plans. The company will demonstrate how its new offerings and refinements on existing tools are changing the industry for the better.
Monetization, a subscription manager, will be showcased at IBC with a new interface and user-friendly workflow. This tool makes it easy to link content, pricing and payment. It can also organize subscription plans, map them to associated content, and manage end-user payment. Product managers can set the pricing, duration and availability of plans, manage subscriptions, renewals and vouchers. Then they can rely on flexible payment integrations for authentication and payment.
Vimond Rights Manager
The company will be demonstrating a new release of Rights Manager including the ability to create custom groups, simplified rights management across regions, and an improved content synchronization workflow. It enables easy updating of publishing information in the catalog from the Rights Manager module.
Rights Manager makes managing content rights efficient and uncomplicated. It provides contract managers, publishers and content managers an easy-to-use way to track complete content life cycles. Managers can define contracts and regions; trigger the creation of associated assets in Content Manager and ingest videos; and share contract data via export or the API. The integrated workflow saves time and minimizes duplication and errors.
IO is a cloud-based storytelling application, especially made to meet the new demands of video production tools for the new world of television. Media Solutions has developed innovative, cloud-based storytelling.
The product is a fully-featured, browser-based video editor designed to quickly produce high quality, frame-accurate video stories, at any time, from any location, together. It saves time and streamlines workflow.
Recent enhancements that will be showcased at IBC include support for extra-long video clips, the ability to use template-based overlay graphics, support for EIA-608 and CEA-708 closed captions, and support for SCTE-35 markers.
The products that form the foundation of the Vimond platform are Control Center, Content Manager, Orchestrator and the Content Delivery APIs. This configuration includes an interface to administer the platform and manage video assets and metadata, a workflow engine to process the video, and client-facing APIs, which allow end-user applications to search and fetch metadata.
Modules such as Rights Manager, Content Curator, Live Channel Planner, Monetization, Insights, and Player Features can be added to the package as part of a personalized solution to fit the specific needs of broadcasters, telcos and content owners.
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