Collaborate efficiently with MAM
All parts of the broadcast environment benefit from collaborative media asset management (MAM) that connects each department to share assets.
Broadcasters needs a robust and secure MAM system that allows them to easily manage all of the video assets from every department. Vizrt’s MAM solutions scale from single system instances to enterprise level across multiple locations.
Vizrt’s MAM solution provides one tool to search, edit, and publish media for all your teams–both local and remote. The system automatically moves media, performs retention, and provides intuitive proxy tools.
Using Vizrt’s MAM, search, preview, and add full motion, high-resolution video clips and images to your live graphics templates from Viz Pilot and Viz Trio.
- 01.Connect people and media
- 02.Manage your media in one place
- 03.Integrate with your systems
- Find media easily
- Move media automatically
- Keep media organized
- Control media rights
- Integrates easily with systems
- Track production
- Easily extend storage
- Built-in proxy editing
- Customize metadata and workflows
- Improve collaboration and efficiency
- Manage millions of files
- Host on-premise or as hybrid cloud
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Viz One tees up new era for PGA Tour entertainment
- Log entries5.3 million
- Events140 per year
- Archived footage3.5 petabytes
Media Asset Management Director Michael Raimondo took to the stage at 2016 SVG Sports Asset Management and Storage Forum to give an overview of the Tour’s new approach to MAM.
PGA Tour Entertainment needed a MAM over the Internet system that would store 3.5 petabytes of archived footage. A Viz One-powered system for PGA media loggers and ingest staffers to carry out browser-based basic editing and clip preview, easy proxy generation and metadata entry, plus execute fast transfers of clips to a high-resolution server and on to the final destination.
The ability to preview clips before sending them to PreCut is huge. Or, if a user just wants to watch a show they produced or catch up on last weekend’s tournament, they have the ability to do that as wellMichael RaimondoPGA Tour Media-Asset Management Director