Tired of making and storing proxy files, just to play your media? Media Engine’s patent-pending, on-demand play feature allows you to play a wide variety of professional media formats without having to pre-generate and store proxies. This enables more rigorous review of the video and audio before downloading a heavy asset.
Generate and retrieve clips: Using the on-demand proxies, users can mark in and out points to select a specific portion of a media asset. Once the clip has been created, it can be sent or downloaded. This ability to download only the portion of interest, commonly known as partial file retrieval or partial restore, can save time and egress costs.
Signiant Jet now supports cloud-to-cloud operations for reliable, mission-critical transport jobs where both the source and destination are public cloud endpoints. Jet also makes working with growing files at the source and destination easy, supporting both on-prem and cloud storage endpoints. Watch now
DigitalFilm Tree has a special philosophy — an intertwined post-production relationship between technology and creativity, an approach to solving problems, and a desire to work outside industry comfort zones. DFT partners with Signiant to help move that philosophy into reality. And like “Ted Lasso”, the DigitalFilm Tree team and customers have bought in. Play the case study video!
Bunim Murray Productions was challenged to transfer terabytes of raw footage from remote locations with varying and frequently limited Internet connectivity to editors in L.A. as fast as possible. Signiant helped them create a consistent, 24-hour turnaround of their content. Read more
Water Cooler Topics
When it comes to automating content exchange in a global and increasingly complex environment, media and entertainment industry leaders around the world must ask themselves, “Can my technology stack meet the moment and is it agile enough for whatever comes next?”
Unfortunately, a hard “no” is the answer we hear the most.
If your answers leave you feeling less than fully prepared, check out our latest collection to learn how companies are modernizing the way they automate content exchange across their supply chains.
Signiant is headed back to Amsterdam for another year at IBC! Join the team at Booth 5.C74 and grab your free visitor pass with code 4678. Book a meeting to learn about new Signiant enhancements!
During the show on Saturday 12pm, stop by the booth for a joint demo with PallyCon – a forensic watermarking solution. Learn how this SaaS solution integrates with the Signiant Platform to help quickly and easily apply content security.
Jumping to October, Signiant is headed to both coasts — LA and NY!
SMPTE Media Tech Summit returns to the Dolby Ballroom in Hollywood to bring together the film technology industry. Join industry peers to learn about common issues, proposed solutions, new technologies, and more. Save your seat today!
On the east coast, Signiant is headed to NAB Show New York! If you missed NAB in Vegas or IBC, head over to the Javits Center to learn, discover, and network. Visit Signiant at Booth 504 and grab your free visitor pass with code NY9969. See you there!
In Case You Missed It
Professional sports teams are now creating and responding to more content requests than ever. Yet most media tech is geared toward the leagues and broadcasters, leaving the clubs playing from behind. During the SVG Content Management Forum, Signiant’s Matt Gaede shared how professional clubs are meeting the moment thanks to Signiant’s cloud and SaaS innovations. Check it out.
Signiant and TMT Insights announced a strategic partnership aimed at helping media and entertainment companies of all sizes optimize their content supply chains. By bringing together Signiant’s foundational SaaS platform and TMT’s innovative approach to unifying media operations, the companies are uniquely positioned to deliver disruptive, leading-edge solutions. Read more.
Cloud isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution and many companies are looking to more workflows to a more hybrid approach: “Some of those workloads are moving back on-prem as companies determine which workloads make sense for cloud versus on-prem. Companies aren’t abandoning the cloud, we’re just seeing a more judicious approach.” – Jon Finegold, Signiant CMO. Read more insights.