Bringing sports content management into the future
Sports production moves into the cloud space, enabling your teams to produce content wherever and whenever they want. Through Vizrt’s new cloud infrastructure zones, aid your teams in the most efficient manner.
- 01.Bridge on-premise and cloud infrastructures
- 02.Manage multi-site media in one place
- 03.Empower your teams with configurable tools
Viz One bridges content management between on-premise and cloud. Viz One customers now have the ability to bridge different production facilities and bring them under one Viz One system.
Managing multi-site and cloud zones at the same time, Viz One enables the most efficient media workflows for your teams, making the best use of storage and computer resources across your enterprise. Viz One’s flexible thesauri, metadata forms, dictionaries and clean administrative interface make it easier for your organization to stay up-to-date with changing team rosters, rights management, content delivery and any other constraint in today’s global content distribution. Users can find media with our easy-to-use search.
Our powerful metadata model, and Data APIs, enable Machine Learning and human logging to deliver accurate results.
Find the exact media easily. Viz One includes modules for ingest, transcoding, proxy editing, logging, management, metadata, audit-trails, reporting, and many more.
- Find media easily
- Move media automatically
- Keep media organized
- Control media rights
- Integrates with other Vizrt tools
- 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