New additions to NOA’s mediARC
Digitisation, archiving, description and media content retrieval specialist NOA will reveal major additions to the functionality of its product range at IBC 2013 – including rich media enhancements in the mediARC archiving flagship. Specifically, these include full support for videoscene detection, updated streaming servers for easier intranet content preview of rich content and video content, and the ability to launch retranscoding export operations via API from lossless compressed videoarchive formats.
The actLINE range, meanwhile, includes a collection of new feaures including full mediABUTLER support for WMV, and open source video formats such as ffv1, and the integration of third-party transcoders such as RHOZET Carbon Coder for all typical production formats. NOA will also be demonstrating a new QC module for video quality control, and will announce several strategic partnerships.
New ingestLINE features include native RF read out for Framelector and multiple audio channel support.