NOA to present video archiving solutions at FIAT/IFTA
NOA will attend the International Federation of Television Archives conference in Amsterdam to present its range of video archiving solutions. The conference, which brings together archiving practitioners from around the world, provides a forum for networking and the exchange of ideas, and for its debut appearance at IFTA, NOA will demonstrate its recent innovations for video archiving, including MediArc for Web, FrameLector, and VideoScanner.
Advanced archiving strategies such as semantic linking with MediArc will be showcased, together with a range of user case studies highlighting a variety of workflows to meet differing requirements.
MediArc for Web allows users to access archival content for a large user base, and now features an extension to show video content, with easier navigation based upon an index of shot detected scenes. Video proxy files can be located more rapidly and various video segments can be easily processed to an order basket. Mediarc for Web then exports items in the basket in the required production formats for use in a production asset management system.
VideoScanner is an ingest and normalisation solution that creates lossless video archives in a format to suit long-term access and preservation strategies. VideoScanner uses a combination of mathematically lossless formats based on royalty-free open source technology to create lossless encoded files in the native source formats (8-bit 4:2:0 – 10bit 4:4:4). Future access to these formats is guaranteed, and decoders are readily available today for every computer operating system.
FrameLector seamlessly integrates two parallel video streams and records a lossless compressed archive format with complete control of the migration process, with Interactive Status Report Logging, and RF ReadOut to provide detailed detection of RF quality issues.