ELEMENTS will debut its new cloud feature at IBC 2017

ELEMENTS will debut its new cloud feature at IBC 2017

The new Cloud feature allows all connected workstations to share assets through a private cloud

ELEMENTS has announced plans to present its new and secure option to push projects or media assets to the CLOUD via ELEMENTS own GUI at IBC 2017 in Stand 7.B08.

 

The new Cloud feature, embedded in ELEMENTS Media Library, allows all connected workstations to share assets through a private cloud, directly from within ELEMENTS’ GUI. With a mouse click every operator from any workstation, even those without direct internet access, can initiate the upload and create a link to the specific video in the cloud, or leverage the “auto-upload” functionality allowing operators to automatically load assets to a new cloud-hosted web platform.

 

“Following our basic principle to make processes safe, simple and fast for the user, we have managed to create our new feature in the most efficient fashion,” said André Kamps, ELEMENTS CEO. “Instead of uploading the big hi-res file, our Cloud feature uses the smaller Proxy-version of a clip, reducing upload times significantly. Now entire projects can be stored, shared and recalled with just a keystroke, making collaboration from anywhere convenient and easy.”

 

The web portal allows the Cloud to be accessible directly from within the ELEMENTS system via various applications including ELEMENTS Filemanager, Media Library and Task Manager. Customers can direct clients to view clips on an individually branded Cloud-based Portal. Identical to the use of the Media Library as a communication portal, viewers accessing the assets through the cloud are invited to leave comments and drawings on the image. All annotations are integrated and synced to ELEMENTS Media Library.

 

The entire solution is being demonstrated on ELEMENTS’ stand # 7.B08 in the RAI Convention Center in Amsterdam.


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