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Nine Network, ORF (Österreichischer Rundfunk), DPG Media NV, Thomas More University, HRT (Hrvatska Radiotelevizija), France TV, CBC (Cologne Broadcasting Center), Das Erste, Deutsche Welle, Hessischer Rundfunk, ProSiebenSat.1, RTL Interactive, Vifogra, WDR (Westdeutscher Rundfunk), Welt (Axel Springer), ZDF (Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen), RGE Group, Atresmedia, RTV, FSVT, Extreme Reach, dock10, The National Library of Wales.
Invaluable content of the National Library of Wales is now managed by Flow Works. The National Library of Wales (NLW), x-dream-distribution and Flow Works designed, built, and recently launched a comprehensive solution for the video archive management and publishing of the National Library of Wales. This project supports the library's commitment to making Welsh national heritage widely accessible to audiences.
Our customer operates a centralized VOD ingest and preperation facility for its various entities throughout Europe. Content gets deliverd from various content partners via different file transportation methods to that facility. Here video, picture and metadata files are being aggregated and processed. Finally the prepared VOD content packages are made available to the endusers throughout Europe. x-dream-media's role within this project was implementing the end-2-end business process.
RTP is an OmniBus OPUS heavy user. This system acts as MAM and Trafic System. As part of the end-2-end business process it has need for high volume transocding and subtitle processing. By an increased volume of file delivered content and the move from SD to HD production a need for upgrading the original transcoder was caused. This was desired to happen without changes to the existing OmniBus OPUS. As consequence an API translation approach was selected.
ORF uses Sony XDCAM HD cameras for daily reporting. After each use the storage media are ingested and then prepared for the next use. This is done by the staff of the central ingest desks. So far individual drives were operated manually. For an efficient design of the work processes a Sony XDJ-1000 Disk Library hardware was purchased. But unfortunately it has no user interface. It is a device which requires the integration into a workflow automation. This was created within this project and all relevant functions have been made available to the operators.