Dear reader, we are proud to announce that the latest partner to join the Vidispine community is no less than Arvato Systems.
IBC, Amsterdam, 14th September 2017 – Vidispine today announced it will be launching a cloud-based media services platform, Vidinet, at IBC.
We have re-organized our web presence during the last month to serve your information needs better. We have moved all information about our products, and access to all functionality under one umbrella, this site. While we were at it, we also improved readability on all devices and made it easier to find your way around. […]
We know some of you have huge archives you need to store at a low cost while being able to browse and restore files from it. We have created VidiXplore Vault to give you the possibility to import AWS Snowball archives directly to VidiXplore.
We have updated AWS Marketplace with the new Vidispine 4.8 version. Starting a new Vidispine instance through AWS Marketplace will give you access to advanced Aspera integration, 8K RED support, Amazon S3 transfer acceleration, and of course improvements and bug fixes.
We’re out with Vidispine 4.7 on the official repo, in the support portal together with the .NET SDK, and of course on AWS Marketplace and Azure Marketplace. There are of course new features, e.g., support for IMF, and a new and shiny command line tool. We are working hard to make your products better and life easier.
VidiXplore, your mission control for all your digital files, just got updated with user and group permissions. This new functionality will allow you to set access and editing permissions on your Items and Collections for named user accounts.