MEDIA 5 will be exhibiting the newest version of M-MAM at NAB

Media 5, broadcast, NAB Show 2018

Media 5 will introduce new products and new solutions to meet the needs of its customers throughout the region. In addition to its broadcast developments, the company made new integrations with top of the line companies like BLUEFISH®, AJA®, SONY®, QUANTUM®, DATAVIDEO®, MATROX®, NewTek® y ENPS® of Associated Press among others.


This year, the newest version of M-MAM (MEDIA 5 Media Asset Manager) will be presented. This system comes from the need to manage and efficiently use large amounts of digital files. This product is a platform for centralized control of the content of any organization, allowing to define each client databases, archive, ingest, store, catalog, publish, search and control versions, processes and users transparently and efficiently. It is a solution for channels/producers/content generators that need to control and manage all their content (assets) and workflows in one place.



Regarding the character generators line, the company will present the new version of CG5 FORTRESS. This new system adds to all CG5 known functions, the ability to generate and animate 3D templates within the same platform. CG5 FORTRESS adds character generation within the system using 3D scenes and animations. Also, it import 3DS MAX® File, has simultaneous 2D and 3D environment, etc. Clients will also be able to see the company CG HD/4K, play out HD/4K, recorder HD/4K, slow motion play, archiving and logger.

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