Imagen introduces latest version of enterprise video platform
Imagen has launched the latest version of its award-winning Imagen Enterprise Video Platform, Imagen 5. The latest update has been built with both content owners and their customers in mind, providing the most efficient platform for managing and monetising video content.
With the focus on improved speeds and creating a more agile platform for media managers, Imagen version 5 enables content owners to adapt to the marketplace quicker. New features include optimised ingest tools for rapid content on boarding, new payment models allowing customers to license clips using micro credit payments and high speed fulfilment of high resolution content. New language localisation features also enable content to be licensed by a worldwide customer base or streamed to paying audiences across the globe.
Used by a number of key customers such as Premier League, Channel 4, Endemol and IMG to manage, distribute and commercialise legacy and near live content, Imagen’s latest version of its Enterprise Video Platform creates even more opportunities to generate revenue for content owners as well as preserving large libraries of media with best in class workflow and archiving tools.
Tom Blake, Commercial Director, Imagen, said: “It has always been our mission at Imagen to help content owners efficiently manage the vast amount of media they need to handle on a daily basis – and extract the maximum value from that content. Content libraries are growing exponentially, and storing, cataloguing and distributing video is a constant challenge for media managers. By assisting content owners to keep on top of content they already own, and have incoming on a daily basis, Imagen 5 implements a unique set of processes and technical expertise to ensure that video is managed in the most efficient and cost effective way possible. As the sheer amount of video data grows throughout the world, Imagen will continually strive to create a platform that can create revenue from legacy and near live video – as well as helping to make the management of any size video library as simple as possible.”