AWS for M&E Blog

Category: Industries

Build a multi-tenant chargeback model for media channel workloads

Introduction In the dynamic realm of media and entertainment, the demand for innovative solutions is pronounced. Multi-tenant applications allow diverse stakeholders to coexist within a single ecosystem while harnessing shared resources. Yet, as the digital landscape continues to evolve, so do the challenges associated with optimizing resource allocation, cost efficiency, and performance management. As the […]

OnePlan transforms venue planning with high-performance digital twins

This blog is co-authored by Winnie Cruzan, Senior Content Marketing Manager at OnePlan and Cem Kilinic, Senior Architect at OnePlan. Introduction In the ever-evolving world of venue management, staying ahead of the curve is paramount to success. As venue owners strive to deliver unforgettable experiences at their stadiums, arenas, conference centres and beyond, the power […]

Enhancing live selling experiences using Amazon Interactive Video Service

This blog was co-authored by Hector Zelaya, WebRTC.Ventures WebRTC Developer Advocate. Let your customers experience the future of shopping with live selling: the ultimate blend of online convenience and live video excitement. No crowds, no endless searching—just dynamic, engaging shopping online. In the same vein, allow sellers to add images and QR codes in real […]

LOGIC simplifies remote production with AWS Elemental Link UHD

As content providers look to streamline their video workflows, the expert media infrastructure architects at LOGIC are helping customers realize their visions via its PORTAL solution for remote orchestration. Built on Amazon Web Services (AWS), PORTAL simplifies the implementation of cloud-based media workflows by serving as an abstraction layer for AWS solutions. LOGIC customers, primarily […]

Building a Digital Athlete: Using AI to rewrite the playbook on NFL player safety

Just as National Football League (NFL) players train and practice to constantly improve, the NFL continually seeks new ways to make the game safer for its players, and more exciting for fans. A key element of this effort is development of the Digital Athlete, a joint effort between the NFL and Amazon Web Services (AWS) […]

Choosing the ideal origin for live media & entertainment workflows

Introduction Are you in the Media & Entertainment (M&E) industry using AWS Elemental services to provide efficient streaming and live content to your customers? Have you been looking for information on different media origin offerings for your content distribution workflows? This blog discusses the primary media origins for media and entertainment workloads, along with technical […]

Create super resolution for legacy media content at scale with generative AI and AWS

Introduction Today, media and entertainment companies own a large number of legacy media content that was created in low or standard resolutions before high-resolution technology was available—for instance, movies, television shows, music videos, and sports highlight clips. Given today’s advancements in display technology, it’s common for audiences to demand video content to be delivered in […]

How to integrate Audible Magic with Amazon IVS to identify copyrighted content

This blog was co-authored by Dan Curry, Sr. Product Manager, Content Identification at Audible Magic, and Andrew DeWitt, Director, Product Management at Audible Magic. Introduction Amazon Interactive Video Service (Amazon IVS) from Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a managed live streaming service that enables businesses to build interactive experiences and applications to delight their customers […]

Behind the scenes: AWS real-time architecture for Bundesliga Match Facts

This blog was co-authored by Alexander Smirnoff, Senior Cloud Applications Developer, and Kirill Serykh, Data Scientist, from Sportec Solutions AG. Figure 1: Bundesliga Match Facts showing real-time in-game statistics Bundesliga, Germany’s premier football league, uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) to deliver near real-time statistics and in-depth in-game insights called Bundesliga Match Facts (BMF). These statistics […]

RED Camera Cloud Upload to AWS

Overview In early 2023, RED Digital Cinema introduced Cloud Upload, the ability to upload directly to Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) from its cinematic cameras (RED Raptor and RED Komodo series). This integration allows filmmakers on-set to record clips and immediately upload that content to Amazon Web Services (AWS) without the need to remove […]