The Vidispine API 4.13 is now out with new features, improvements, and some bug fixes, all to make your solutions better.
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.
We had it on the wall at IBC 2017 and by NAB 2018 it was already outdated because of the speed of development.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.
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.
We have updated Vidinet with new functionality and now support Vidinet on Azure, import to Vidispine using a Vidinet transcoder, and image transcoding.
We have released Vidispine Server 4.12 with improved IMF support, ability to transcoding during import using a Vidinet transcoder and better monitoring capabilities.
We added support for IMF in Vidispine Server 4.7. Now, with version 4.12, we have improved the import, modification, and export of IMF packages. Read about the enhancements released in 4.12 and 4.13. Since 4.13 IMF jobs are also Vidinet compliant.