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Bitmovin Encoder now available in Vidinet!

By Sofie - November 28, 2019

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to build custom media supply chains. Consequently, we want to provide you with the best services in the market. That’s why, with the latest release of Vidispine API 5.0, we made it possible for you to access Bitmovin’s innovative video encoder. This will help you increase the speed-to-market, even for difficult multi-cloud workflows. With Bitmovin in Vidinet, you can encode in a matter of minutes, not hours.

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Vidispine API 5.0 – NOW RELEASED!

By Isak - November 1, 2019

Here is something we don’t do very often, a new major release! We are proud to present to you: Vidispine API 5.0. The new Vidispine API 5.0 comes with a lot of new features, but also an overhaul of the underlying components of Vidispine. This helps customers deploy Vidispine on more environments, it includes several performance and security fixes, and it makes it easier to build faster and larger systems.

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How to Build Hybrid Cloud Solutions With the Vidispine Server Agent

By Patrik - September 24, 2019

A hybrid cloud storage solution is the quickest route when you need the flexibility and scalability of a cloud solution, but have on-premise assets that are impractical to move to the cloud. The Vidispine Server Agent (VSA) is Vidispine’s hybrid cloud storage solution allowing you to keep your original assets safely on-premise while still running a Vidispine solution in the Vidinet cloud infrastructure.

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Vidispine 4.16 Released Together with Vidinet Improvements

By Patrik - February 13, 2019

We have released Vidispine API 4.16, made improvements in the Vidinet Platform and extended the VDT UI Components with new components. Read more in the post below.

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Native AWS Elemental MediaConvert in Vidispine API Through Vidinet

By Patrik - October 29, 2018

AWS Elemental Media Services are cloud-based services with pay-as-you-go pricing which provide customers the capability to ingest, process, package and deliver video content at scale. Vidispine has added MediaConvert as a Vidinet service and made it natively integrated with the Vidispine API, with MediaConvert output presets available to use for output transcoding.

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Vidispine Announces Interoperability between the Vidispine API and AWS Elemental MediaConvert through the Vidinet platform

By Vidispine - August 23, 2018

August 20, 2018 – Vidispine announced today the availability of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elemental MediaConvert on the Vidinet media services platform, featuring API integration between the Vidispine API with AWS Elemental MediaConvert through the Vidinet media service platform.

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How to Create a Vidispine API Instance in Vidinet

By Vidispine - May 17, 2018

It has never been easier to get started with Vidispine API in the cloud. Read this guide to learn how to set up Vidispine API as a service in the Vidinet platform.

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Your Media Supply Chain Journey Starts Here

By Vidispine - May 3, 2018

It has never been easier to get started with Vidispine API in the cloud. We are proud to present the latest addition to the Vidinet platform – Vidispine API Starter Edition. It is the same full-featured API; now managed by the Vidispine operations team and running on AWS infrastructure. Launch your Vidispine API instance at any time, decommission it when finished, and pay per day of use. 

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By Popular Demand – The Vidispine Ecosystem Overview

By Vidispine - April 24, 2018

We had it on the wall at IBC 2017 and by NAB 2018 it was already outdated because of the speed of development. We made a new one for NAB that we managed to obsolete in a week. This is the latest version of our ecosystem overview, containing all our products and how they are related.

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Vidinet Updated With Azure Support and Better Import

By Vidispine - January 19, 2018

We have updated Vidinet with new functionality and now support Vidinet on Azure, import to Vidispine using a Vidinet transcoder, and image transcoding.