BVE 2016: Dalet Amberfin To Demo Automated Transcode, QC Workflows

Dalet Digital Media Systems will showcase the latest release of its DPP-certified Dalet AmberFin high-quality ingest, transcoding, and mastering platform with orchestration capabilities at the Broadcast Video Expo 2016 (BVE) held February 23-25, 2016, at Excel London (stand Q30).

DaletCombined with the Dalet Workflow Engine, the Dalet AmberFin platform provides a user-friendly yet powerful solution for orchestrating media-processing operations. Leveraging a highly intuitive Business Process Model & Notation (BPMN) 2.0-compliant workflow designer, users can quickly and easily create complex workflow chains with little or no prior experience. Workflows can be modeled in detail, including user and service tasks, sequencing, task types, parallel or exclusive paths, timeout and escalation management. The visual modelling, based on BPMN 2.0 standardized notation, helps define roles, responsibilities, and processes. Precise graphical representation lets staff identify and correct gaps, redundancies and inefficiencies, greatly improving agility and flexibility of existing workflows and meet new business requirements.

The evolving platform will boast the following new features:

  • Watch folder automation capabilities now include critical upload, download and copy functions.
  • New “User Tasks” trigger an email notification that an action is required to resolve a problem or a review is needed before continuing on with the automation process – presenting all the available data to the user in an intuitive timeline view. Upon resolution or review, the automated process resumes from the last success point, ensuring the job completed according to plan.
  • New Data Push for Analytics provides users with extensive details about job performance with templates to share information across organizations.
  • The platform now includes support for AVC LongG format,4K playback of ProRes and HEVC up to 60P and J2K back-to-back.

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