BVE 2015: Telestream and Boxer Systems teaming up to showcase DPP workflow solutions
Telestream will use BVE 2015 to highlight the company’s latest developments in Digital Production Partnership (DPP) workflow solutions. At BVE, the company will team up with its channel partner, Boxer Systems, to provide an insight into its strategic development focus on this UK-based broadcast industry initiative.
Live on the show floor, Telestream will demonstrate how its Vantage transcoding and workflow automation system provides UK broadcasters and facilities with a clear competitive advantage in developing their DPP enterprise operations.
The latest version (6.3) of Vantage adds several new capabilities for assembling and encoding DPP AS-11 MXF files. The Vantage DPP Workflow Portal allows entry of DPP metadata and the creation of multi-part DPP packages from one or more media files. Vantage Post Producer automatically assembles the DPP timeline, including bars, tones, slates and correct multi-part spacing. The entire DPP solution is completely unified and includes full encoding, timeline rendering and metadata assembly without requiring editing personnel or XML programmers.
Vantage was one the first products to achieve DPP/AMWA certification in September 2014 as part of the Digital Production Partnership’s new Compliance Program. UK-based broadcaster, ITV, one of the leading partners in the Digital Production Partnership (DPP), has already announced that it has placed the Telestream Vantage platform at the heart of its new Content Delivery Modernisation (CDM) project.
“Telestream is proud to be an industry leader with file-based delivery and DPP compliant workflows,” said Paul Turner, VP of enterprise product management at Telestream. “Being one of the first vendors to achieve DPP/AMWA certification was vital for our many UK customers and serves as an important milestone for the rest of the world.”