With MediaCeption Signature, users can perform all the content management and media workflow functions from ingest to playout. They also benefit from complete end-to-end workflow orchestration and comprehensive system monitoring, all accessible from within a single interface. IPD-VIA Create, is the latest application to join the IPD-VIA web-based PAM platform that is at the core of the solution.
The application was designed in collaboration with Blackbird, developer of market-leading cloud native video editing platform, and is fully integrated into EVS’ ecosystem, providing instant access to all content through an easy to navigate browser-based interface. As a result, users can work with their assets from anywhere in the world and immediately view and push edited content to craft editors or directly distribute it in broadcast quality to multiple channels.
IPD-VIA Create provides an easy-to-use 9x16 video framing effect, a powerful color correction feature, and the choice between Thumbnail and Timeline displays, which will appeal to beginners and experienced editors alike. It is the perfect toolset for storyboard editing, enabling journalists and producers to begin drafting the first cut of their stories while the action is happening.
These storyboards can instantly be exported as is, while at the same time more experienced editors can pick up these projects and continue to refine them in the timeline view, using common industry methods and familiar keyboard shortcuts.
As part of EVS’ VIA platform, users can benefit from the central workflow engine - VIA Flow - by exporting their sequences to any destination, be it Play to Air, social media or any other target deemed necessary. The IPD-VIA Create sequences are instantly available in craft editing solutions, such as Avid Media Composer or Adobe Premiere Pro.
Finally, by leveraging Blackbird’s cloud-native technology, the application further extends the overall flexibility of the MediaCeption solution, and speaks to EVS’ Balanced Computing vision, as it can easily be deployed either on-premises or in the cloud, depending on the needs of the production.