The newest version will broaden its appeal to organizations producing, sharing, and distributing content.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) April 18, 2016
Empress Media Asset Management, LLC is releasing the newest version of its eMAM™ media asset management platform at the National Association of Broadcasters Convention at Booth SL13010. The newest version will broaden its appeal to organizations producing, sharing, and distributing content, especially in broadcast media.
The system includes a SuperAdmin Console that allows organizations to easily set up and change systems without any customization. The newest version features configurable XML ingest and delivery as well as simple automated workflow triggers to provide greater flexibility for organizations to define and change their workflows.
A new ingest option is a custom capture application for Axis cameras, so non-technical users can control the camera from any location. The new eMAM version also features unlimited HTML5 web upload ingest, available with file acceleration.
The integration with Nexidia Dialogue Search provides phonetic search of audio tracks, so users can quickly and easily find where a particular word or phrase is spoken throughout an entire library of videos. Speech to text technology is not reliable enough for most organizations, so manual transcription is still the best option. These transcripts can now be uploaded to eMAM and easily synched to the videos.
eMAM has also expanded its delivery and publishing options. Links can be shared as branded emails or through social media. Web publishing and delivery options now includes branded web portals with OTT, VOD, subscriptions, adaptive bit rate streaming, and more; CDNs and cloud platforms for scaled worldwide delivery and download; and channels such as Netflix, Hulu, DirectTV, and iTunes. COO David Miller said, “We are excited to extend our production and collaboration tools with low cost storage and archive to selectively publish media to powerful cloud platforms for monetization and engaging user experiences.”