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Record and Store Live Video Streams on AWS with Insys Cloud Video Recorder

Authored by Krzysztof Bartkowski, Co-Founder and CEO of Insys Video Technologies. The content and opinions in this post are those of the third-party author and AWS is not responsible for the content or accuracy of this post. Launching a cloud-based DVR service is seemingly complex and time-consuming, but it is possible to launch a complete, […]

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Detect Silent Audio Tracks in VOD Content with AWS Elemental MediaConvert

Introduction In file-based video processing workflows, content providers often standardize on the mezzanine file format used to share content with their customers and partners. When sharing video-on-demand (VOD) content, produced mezzanine files often have same number of audio tracks regardless of how many are in the actual content. For example, MXF media assets may be […]

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Pac-12: Campus Cloud Touchdown

This article originally appeared in FEED Magazine, Issue 13. Professional sports take top spot in US television viewing, but university level sports has an avid following that –given fierce university loyalties – can eclipse the pros. The Pacific-12 Conference, or Pac-12, is the university sports organization covering the western US, a region that contains some of […]

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Updates for Media2Cloud: Increased control, SageMaker Ground Truth integration, and more partner support

THE PROBLEM WITH VIDEO INGEST Let me start by saying I hate the word “ingest” in the context of video workflow.  The word is much better suited to the common definition of absorbing food and drink.  Candidly, if the process is not well managed for video, the outcome can be very similar.  Ingest is often […]

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AWS at SIGGRAPH 2019

At SIGGRAPH 2019, booth #1203, AWS Thinkbox will highlight a complete studio in the cloud workflow, including rendering, virtual workstation, and storage solutions that help creative studios iterate faster and take on more projects. SIGGRAPH is the premier event for computer graphics artists and professionals, drawing more than 16,000 attendees from around the world. With […]

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Creating a studio in the cloud with Envoi.io

Co-authored by: Nicholas Stokes – CEO, Envoi.io The content and opinions in this post are those of the third-party author and AWS is not responsible for the content or accuracy of this post.  Cloud-native video workflows are now commonplace, with many more broadcasters and video content providers looking to maximize the efficiencies that native cloud services […]

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Search inside videos using AWS Media and AI/ML Services

In today’s content-driven world, it’s difficult to search for relevant content without losing productivity. Content always requires metadata to give it context and make it searchable. Tagging is a means to classify content to make it structured, indexed, and—ultimately—useful. Much time is spent on managing content and tagging it. Manually assigning content tags is possible […]

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Broadcasting TV channels using the Veset Nimbus playout platform on AWS

Co-Authored by Zavisa Bjelorgrlic, AWS M&E Partner SA, Igor Krol, CEO and Gatis Gailis, CTO & Founder from Veset. The content and opinions in this post are those of the third-party author and AWS is not responsible for the content or accuracy of this post. Many video content owners use the Veset Nimbus playout platform to […]

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AWS Media Tech Demo: Live Streaming with Automated Multi-Language Subtitling

Until now, to create captions for a live event, stenographers had to be listening closely to capture the speech to convert it to text. To make it more complex, for live content, this has to be done in as close to real-time as possible. If the captions were needed in additional languages, the text was […]

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In the News: Fox Sports Uses AWS S3 to Enable Remote Production for FIFA Women’s World Cup

From Sports Video Group News, read how Fox Sports is using AWS along with APN partners to power their coverage of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Paris. With Amazon S3 at the core, Fox Sports’ Paris-based studio-show works on the live production in conjunction with operations, graphics, and playout based out of Los […]

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