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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We had it on the wall at IBC 2017 and by NAB 2018 it was already outdated because of the speed of development.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.

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.


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.


Vidispine Server 4.12 Released With Improved IMF Support

By Vidispine - January 19, 2018

We have released Vidispine Server 4.12 with improved IMF support, ability to transcoding during import using a Vidinet transcoder and better monitoring capabilities.


An Explanation of IMF Import Support in Vidispine Server pt2

By Isak - January 17, 2018

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.


Collections and Permissions in VidiXplore

By Patrik - December 13, 2017

In episode 2 of the VidiXplore mini-tutorials we learn how to quickly move many files into a new or existing collection, and take a look at the collection tree. We also see that we can move and clone collections, and assign different permissions to them. Finally, we take a look at permissions.


Your Content Anywhere Explorable in One Place

By Patrik - December 1, 2017

From content on the photographer’s AWS S3 bucket, your in-house team’s Dropbox account, somewhere on your servers, and your Head of Marketing’s laptop, to everything viewable in one place, taggable, findable and treated as one library, to files ready to share, we have you covered in this mini-tutorial series. This is part 1 of N – exploring your media files in one place.


Vidispine joins Arvato Systems

By Erik - November 10, 2017

Vidispine Server 4.11 Now Released

By Vidispine - November 2, 2017