Verizon Digital Media Services plays it smart.
Verizon Digital Media Services is offering Smartplay, a one-to-one session-management system that enables content owners to realise greater insights and create more effective monetisation strategies for their content.
At booth 7.C11, Verizon Digital Media Services is highlighting how Smartplay offers users smarter delivery, insights, advertising, programming, discovery and protection by generating dynamic manifests for each user.
It is designed to eliminate the complex systems and poor visibility associated with reliance on "loosely stitched together" supply chain providers, says Verizon Digital Media Services. Smartplay also eliminates additional costs and delays in preparing content for different platforms and monetisation strategies. As a result, the service makes it easier and more economical for content providers to launch and operate successful over-the-top (OTT) services while maintaining a high quality of service, the company adds.
Visitors can also check out the Volicon Media Intelligence Service, which enables broadcasters to use video capture, archive, compliance monitoring and automated clip-creation technology to bring high-quality content to viewers quickly via OTT-based delivery.
Verizon Digital Media Services is demonstrating how Volicon Media Intelligence Service unites digital media transformation workflows from the worlds of traditional broadcasting and OTT delivery, in turn reducing the cost and complexity of multi-platform delivery.
The service records broadcast content across interfaces--including SDI, transport stream and analogue--for the purposes of monitoring, compliance and review. Integration of the service with the Slicer application, part of Verizon Digital Media Services' Uplynk Video Streaming service, puts compliance, monitoring and OTT delivery in a single footprint within a broadcaster's facility.
The Slicer application gives broadcasters the ability to ingest video, encode it into multiple bitrate profiles, encrypt it and distribute it via OTT or video-on-demand (VoD) services, as well as through Web and social media sharing platforms.
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|Date:||Sep 1, 2017|
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