CloudSpeX

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    Margaret Craig Joins GrayMeta to Discuss Metadata in M&E

    Last week, Margaret Craig spoke with Matt Eaton, managing director for EMEA at GrayMeta, on their Metadata Matters podcast.
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    Solving the Pre-Delivery File Format Media Mess

    In the latest installment of Metadata Everywhere: Filtering Media Deliveries with Pre-transfer Asset Validation, Signiant shares how its SDCX architecture extracts embedded metadata for pre-transfer asset validation.
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    Meet the Patents: Where Signiant Leads, Others Follow

    We realize patents make for dull reading best left to geeks and lawyers. However, if you’re researching vendors, it does make sense to consider the patents the company holds.
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    The Waiting Game

    It’s happened to all of us. Waiting a long time in anticipation… and not getting what you asked for. CloudSpeX is Signiant’s answer to the file-format waiting game.
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    Signiant Helps U.K. Broadcast Industry Comply With New File Delivery Standards

    On Oct 1, 2014, all U.K. broadcasters met a key milestone established through an industry-wide partnership: they were ready to receive digital program content via a single common file delivery format. As a key provider of enabling technology in the industry’s move toward end-to-end file-based workflows, Signiant has been instrumental in the practical implementation of this initiative.
  • TG4 Adopts Signiant Media Shuttle™ as its Standard for Ad Hoc File Transfer and Asset Validation

    Signiant, the market leader in intelligent file movement software for media and entertainment, today announced that Ireland’s Gaelic broadcaster TG4 has standardized on Media Shuttle for securely moving large files. With its recent move to HD and an associated focus on implementing end-to-end file based workflows, TG4 decided it would not accept HD content deliveries on tape– making adoption of a robust file transfer solution a priority. A thorough evaluation of file delivery products revealed Media Shuttle to be the fastest and most flexible approach for moving content between local post houses and production companies, with the added benefit of automating a key step in the broadcast workflow.
  • Signiant Announces Rapid Adoption of Media Shuttle; Gaining Momentum by Expanding Capabilities

    Signiant, the market leader in intelligent file movement software for media and entertainment, today announced that Ireland’s Gaelic broadcaster TG4 has standardized on Media Shuttle for securely moving large files. With its recent move to HD and an associated focus on implementing end-to-end file based workflows, TG4 decided it would not accept HD content deliveries on tape– making adoption of a robust file transfer solution a priority. A thorough evaluation of file delivery products revealed Media Shuttle to be the fastest and most flexible approach for moving content between local post houses and production companies, with the added benefit of automating a key step in the broadcast workflow.
  • Signiant Debuts CloudSpeX™ Application for Managing File Delivery Specs and Asset Validation in the Cloud

    CloudSpeX matches file types and metadata against a cloud-based directory of published specifications to ensure that assets comply with customer-defined delivery format requirements. In moving validation out of the client and into the cloud, CloudSpeX provides a uniform mechanism for automatically checking files against a chosen specification across the entire content ecosystem.