Highly scalable, reliable and efficient Media Asset Management
Although linear TV is still watched on a daily basis the TV consumption is moving towards OTT solutions that offer freedom in sense of time, content and viewing devices. Broadcasters are following consumers and want to be a part of the interactive millennium. They have huge media assets that offer them good opportunities to enter homes via broadband connections. The need to manage the media assets is also becoming more and more important due to competition. This need can be addressed with Teleste MAM.
Teleste MAM is a comprehensive package that can be used to manage multimedia assets. Ease of use has been our guiding idea, which in this case means intuitive user interfaces and a well defined API. The asset management features flexible metadata schemas to enable powerful searches. The embedded player and transcoding form a basis for effective multimedia distribution, while efficient storage management and archiving offer optimal use of disk space - another MAM fundament.
Dynamic searches and advanced functionalities for smoother services
There are various ways for organizing the content to be easily found with searches. With Teleste MAM broadcasters can deploy flexible metadata schemas - their fields, amount and configurations are unlimited. To make the services run smoothly, the embedded player features comprehensive functionalities: play, stop, different jump alternatives, time codes and volume control are just few examples.
Efficient usage of disk space
The Teleste MAM provides an integrated interface for monitoring and managing the library. Efficient storage management and disk space usage allow importing, exporting and migrating files between disk spaces and tape libraries. External transcoding application can generate desired resolutions for the content.
Versatile user administration and process management
Versatile functionalities for user rights and process management enable effective admistration of the system. Processes like management of file ingestion and transcoding can be prioritized to execute processes in a specific order. The number of servers is not limited and the system can be scaled up easily thanks to virtual execution units.
The flexible rights management allows access control in three layers: users, roles and permissions. Each user is linked to a certain user group which can have several roles; each role has permissions defined by the administrator.