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Cloud Based Media Supply Chains in IABM’s Future Trends Theatre

By Vidispine - September 27, 2018

“It should be easy to move between clouds. Avoid cloud lock-ins. A solution should be able to handle media that is both in the cloud, in other clouds and on-premise. Demand cost transparency, Make sure there is an API” was the message from Vidispine’s CTO, at the IABM Future Trends Theatre during IBC 2018.

The Importance of Metadata in Sports Content

By Patrik - March 23, 2018

From professional sports to little league to your Sunday game with mates, massive amounts of content is created. Unfortunately, most of that content is not put to use. Now systems that can help with that is popping up in several places.


Results From The Easiest 2016 Video Predictions Ever – pt2

By Patrik - January 19, 2017

In part two of my prediction recap I take a look at emotion detection, automatic metadata harvesting and automatic video editing. There was a lot of interesting stuff happening in the area, and I am looking forward to coming years as this will just explode.


Results From The Easiest 2016 Video Predictions Ever – pt1

By Patrik - January 13, 2017

Predictions are never easy, and they are almost always wrong. We did predictions for the video industry last year anyway, and in a two part series we share what actually happened, and how we did.

Guest post

What Will 2016 Look Like to the Historians of the File-Based Revolution?

By Vidispine - March 9, 2016

We had the fortune of using Steve Sharman as a sounding board for our 2016 prediction blog post. We were so happy talking to him that we asked him to write his own guest blog post on the state and future of file-based content workflows. Here it is, Steve’s answer to what 2016 will look like to the historians of the file-based revolution?


The Six Easiest Predictions About Video In 2016

By Patrik - February 9, 2016

Looking through the lenses of consumer adoption, content availability and technology, thinking that audience + content + tech = success, here are my predictions for the video landscape in 2016. They are based on conversations with colleagues, partners and customers, a large amount of reading and even more coffee.


A New Order in Video Content Management

By Patrik - February 8, 2016

Are you in marketing/communications and deal more and more with video? Do you, your team and producers store all video in Dropbox, Mark’s laptop, or whatnot, and you feel like you have lost control? Read about what Vidispine’s co-founder have to say about the new order in video content management.


When Someone Describes Your Product Better Than You

By Patrik - January 29, 2016

That is what happens when you have great partners. Tweet an announcement, and get a reply perfectly describing your new product.


Are Your Final Cut Server System Getting Tired?

By Patrik - December 12, 2015

Use Moosystems’s Final Cut Server to VidiXplore migraton tool to move all your media and metadata into VidiXplore. It’s easy as pie, and you’ll have access to all your media in the browser.


Shoppable Video to Improve Automatic Video Storytelling

By Patrik - December 3, 2015

Shoppable video is probably here to stay and we will see a lot of creativity in this area as creators discover what technology can help them with. More automaticity, and far better user experiences are definitely on the table, and a gold mine of data as feedback.