video file transfer

  • | Press Releases

    Ottawa’s Digi60 2012 Digital Filmmakers Festival Finds a Winner with Signiant Media Shuttle™

    “The countdown clock to the deadline is merciless. For previous festivals, we relied on free file sharing sites, such as YouSendIt and WeTransfer, for digital film submissions. With finished file sizes exceeding 2GB, our filmmakers often experienced long upload times – up to three hours – and if transfers were interrupted for any reason, time was lost and they simply had to start all over again,” said Festival President Kevin Burton. “With 60 days to make their films, every hour – every minute – counts. The speed, ease of use and reliability of Media Shuttle lets users focus more on the creative process and less on the technical aspects of getting their submissions in before the clock runs out.”
  • | Media Coverage

    IBE | MTV Europe Music Awards 2012 Moves Video with Signiant

    Signiant software will deliver digital media-cleared versions of news, as well as backstage blogs, interview and press conferences, back to London for encoding and delivery. It will also deliver daily content from the MTV2 US production team back to New York, via London, for broadcast and other online uses.
  • | Media Coverage

    Sports Video Group | New Digital Workflow, Same Grueling Workout for NFL Films’ Hard Knocks

    For the first time in Hard Knocks history, no footage was shot on tape. Rodgers’ crew shot more than 250 hours of footage per week, feeding it to Mount Laurel through a secure, 24-hour 1 GB data line using Signiant file-accelerated transfer software.
  • | Customers

    National Hockey League (NHL)

    Prior to implementing Signiant’s file movement software, the NHL’s proprietary venue-based IP network was only used to transfer scoring data, and provide IP-based voice communications. With the ability to closely control media transfers, Signiant’s solution allows the NHL to accelerate the movement of large video files over its network while managing and optimizing bandwidth usage to ensure that these vital, existing services remain uninterrupted.
  • | Press Releases

    Signiant Provides Seamless Connection to the Windows Azure Platform

    “The link between the Signiant and the Windows Azure platform offers a powerful advantage to our Xbox and Zune development groups. Now that they can seamlessly connect to the Windows Azure platform to upload and work with media files, our developers can take advantage of all the cloud has to offer in terms of speed, security, operational continuity, and business resiliency.”
  • | Media Coverage

    Sports Video Group | NFL World Feed Finds Global Success With Help of NEP, Level 3

    Super Bowl XLV on Sunday closed out a massive week of global awareness for the NFL as the league’s broadcast and operations team pumped out a steady diet of Super Bowl-related content to 190 nations around the world. And the compound shared by the NFL Network and the team behind the NFL’s world feed continues to evolve.
  • | Media Coverage

    Post Magazine | How Content Supply Chain Management will Shape Post

    The trends shaping the post operation of today and tomorrow are all about globalization, decentralization, and collaboration. Whereas most post functions such as editing, dubbing, and special effects were once tape-based and handled in-house by monolithic post companies, today’s digital workflows have enabled many functions to be outsourced to freelancers, mom-and-pop shops, and smaller specialty groups.
  • | Press Releases

    Signiant and On Demand Group Team to Provide Seamless Management and Distribution of Digital Media For On-Demand Television

    “As the means of moving data through every aspect of our operational processes, Signiant is a critical part of our workflow. Unlike other software providers that offer just WAN acceleration, Signiant provides the full central management capability that we need from file delivery software.”
  • | Media Coverage

    TV Technology | World Cup Spans Media Landscape

    ESPN is planning unprecedented coverage from Johannesburg, including live matches, commentary, game analysis, player interviews and local reports all from South Africa. As ESPN’s seventh FIFA World Cup event, the 2010 games mark the first time that ESPN will base all of its reporting at the site of the event-the IBC in Johannesburg. It’s the first time that ESPN will offer groundbreaking live 3D HD coverage of 25 of the matches. And it’s the first time their IBC production team will work exclusively from a tapeless, digital network using high-resolution HD files.
  • | Press Releases

    EPIX Partners With Signiant to Bring HD Content Workflow Innovation to Marketplace

    “Our mission is to bring our blockbuster movies, concerts, comedy specials and original programming to not just TVs, but to every consumer screen. We are rapidly onboarding new customers and don’t have the luxury of massive legacy infrastructures we can lean on. That demands creating operational efficiencies on a scale never before seen in the entertainment community.”
  • | Press Releases

    PBS Selects Signiant Software to Manage and Distribute Its Award-Winning Programming

    “With Signiant, we have a solution that saves us time and provides peace of mind that all of the digital and video files we are distributing – for editing, broadcast or archiving – have reached the desired location safely and fully intact. Additionally, Signiant’s support staff has exceeded our expectations.”
  • | Press Releases

    Deluxe Chooses Signiant to Help Bring Hollywood Motion Pictures from Script to Screen

    Deluxe Digital Studios has selected Signiant file movement software to automate, accelerate and secure the distribution of post-production materials for motion pictures from major Hollywood studios and broadcast companies.