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Advanced multisite support with no borders.
Production in NY. Server in London. And a client in their hotel room in Singapore who needs to approve the final version before going to bed. No problem. We provide seamless data replication with multiple repositories and content pockets. Hi-res, proxies, audio tracks etc. can be at different locations and you can still program and configure your resources from anywhere.
Your content repository should be a unified entity regardless of how many physical or virtual sites you deploy. Vidispine is built for scaling, and supports enterprise-wide and enterprise-level installments. Thanks to the advanced revision system for metadata and essence, Vidispine facilitates multi-site configurations. This means that it is possible to build peer-to-peer or centralized (hub-and-spoke) configurations, where sites share any number of assets (or all) between each other. Developers can configure and program where media or even certain parts of media resides. This means that hires, proxies, audio tracks etc can reside at different locations. The capabilities can be combined with user/group/rights management, jobs, metadata and everything else that is stored and managed by Vidispine. Because of the data model of Vidispine, it is possible to set up rules for what to share for a particular group of assets. This means metadata or part of metadata, essence or only essence in certain forms, or “shape” as we call it in the Vidispine model.
Technology making it possible.
Thanks to the unique library functionality in Vidispine, the API facilitates site replication of a dynamic set of assets. As an examples: “For all items which have the custom field priority set to urgent, replicate metadata and all shapes to site B. For all other items, replicate a subset of the metadata and thumbnails.”
Because of Vidispine’s revision system, replication handles off-line nodes in a stable manner. This means that replication can be done to a local system on laptop, whenever the user connects to the network, or that replication of large video files only takes place on times of the day when network capacity is good.