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Getting Started With the Vidispine API

By Isak - June 23, 2015

Vidispine is using a RESTful API to enable you to implement video in your own applications with ease, no matter what language or framework you are using. The advanced APIs make it easy to create custom solutions for the most complex requirements.

New Tech for Live Recording and Algorithmic Stabilization

By Erik - June 23, 2015

We are passionate about anything in the cross section between video, live and metadata. If it also includes advanced math and APIs you got our attention. So if you share this geeky interest with us you need to read up on Imint Vidhance.

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Introduction to the Vidispine Data Model

By Patrik - June 22, 2015

The Vidispine data model is constructed to be as flexible and efficient as possible. This will enable you to implement your workflows as you want, while still being ready for any future changes.

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Trimming a Video Using a Conform Job

By Eskil - June 18, 2015

Sometimes you want to create a new clip from an existing video clip, by cutting out a part of the original. This can easily be done using a conform job.

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Vidispine SDK for Visual Studio .NET

By Vidispine - May 17, 2015

The easiest way to get to know the API via .NET!

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A peek under the hood of Codemill’s speech-to-text

By Vidispine - May 3, 2015

Codemill have integrated and tested a couple of speech-to-text technologies into Vidispine transcoders so that the audio can be transformed to metadata. Here are a few insights from that work.

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Does The Cloud Put a Cloud Over Your Media Content?

By Patrik - May 2, 2015

You know that your team and your external producers are using Dropbox, S3 and their laptop to store their video, instead of storing it where YOU want. Do you want to spend your time making them change their mind, or do you want to see their content and create value from it?

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1303 Systems talk about Vidispine

By Vidispine - February 10, 2015