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Let’s wrap up the Vidispine Development Toolkit tutorial by adding transcode, QC and export functionality to our application. After concluding this you should have a basic understanding of VDT and what you can do with the Vidispine API.
“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.
This is the third part of the Vidispine Development Toolkit tutorial, where you’ll learn yo use a grid component to show repository items, as well as how to preview different types of items in the system. When finished you should be able to import and play/show videos and images.
In this part 2 of the Vidispine Development Toolkit tutorial you will learn how to start using the components, make API calls to the Vidispine API and finally import a file into the repository.
This is the first part of the four-part tutorial for building media application based on the Vidispine Development Kit. The tutorial is hands-on, with code examples, and will result in a very simple media supply chain, from an import of files to export/transcoding of the same files.