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  • A vast snowy field with evergreen trees and mountains, and a trail through the center of it.

    Lifetime Networks Moves HD and SD Content Cross Country with Signiant

    Using Signiant, Lifetime transfers its video content considerably faster than it could using traditional distribution of physical tapes and at a significantly lower cost than real-time video circuits. Lifetime estimates that it transfers dozens of promos a day and more than 100 promos a week using Signiant.
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  • An old pocket watch with the case open and brown shoe lace tied to it.

    Digital Domain Saves Time and Optimizes Production Workflows with Signiant

    Digital Domain chose Signiant’s file movement software to meet the company’s high throughput requirements, streamline the file transfer process and increase editing productivity, . The solution’s central management functionality enables Digital Domain’s production staff to speed delivery of content while monitoring the multi-step process of creating 3D content from 2D original material.
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  • A group of people standing in front of a movie camera on a tripod. A man stands in front of them holding a clapperboard.

    Signiant Keeps Current TV Viewers …Current

    Approximately one-third of Current’s on-air broadcast consists of user-generated content, submitted via short-form, non-fiction video “pods.” Each pod, which runs between two and 12 minutes in length, is created and submitted by viewers in more than 51 million households spanning the U.S., U.K., and Ireland via the Current website.
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  • The Umihotaru parking area; a blacktop area next to concrete structures.

    Signiant Media Exchange Faciliates Fast, Secure Transfer of Video Assets for Japan’s Mainichi Broadcasting System

    In observance of MBS’s anniversary, “Around the World in 60 Days” plotted the adventures of Japanese journalist Nishi Yasushi as he traveled to multiple destinations on each continent and sampled the food and local culture along the way. Every day, the engineering team used the So-Air service to file video reports from each location over public Internet connections using Signiant software.
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