AWS Media Blog

Tag: studio in the cloud

Using ML in the Media Supply Chain to Optimize Content Creation: How to improve efficiency for operations teams and automate workflows with ML metadata

Co-authored with Rose Sponder, Director of Marketing at SDVI 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.  The Challenge: Use ML to assess and validate incoming content while helping manage re-versioning and distribution tasks. Machine Learning (ML) […]

Read More

Case Study: FOX Sports and the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup for remote postproduction on AWS

FOX Sports was looking to create captivating program elements, such as promos, player profiles, replay clips, and B-roll packages, while matches progressed in Paris for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, without ever having to leave its familiar, well-equipped “Pico” facility home base, in Los Angeles, CA. This winning Live @ Home remote postproduction strategy […]

Read More

MovieLabs releases The Evolution of Media Creation, a vision of content production in 2030

MovieLabs and its member studios (Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Universal Studios, Walt Disney Pictures and Television and Warner Bros. Entertainment) have published a white paper laying out a vision for the future of media creation technology some 10 years into the future. From the executive summary: Within this document, MovieLabs and its member studios have […]

Read More

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 […]

Read More

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 […]

Read More

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 […]

Read More

Designing for Studio-Grade Security

Media and Entertainment (M&E) customers are using the cloud for a wide range of use cases including many aspects of content creation, post production, and large parts of the business-to-consumer camera-to-screen supply chain. As these core media workloads move to the cloud, it’s imperative to examine the security implications of a multi-tenant public cloud environment […]

Read More

From Russia with LOVE (Lots Of Video to Edit): Fox Sports’ Cloud-based Workflows for 2018 World Cup

In case you missed the SVG Sports Content Management & Storage Forum in July, check out the above audio recording from the Spotlight Session A Look at Fox Sports’ World Cup Cloud Workflows and read more details from SVG News: With a hard-drive–free workflow, Fox could run an agile and free-roaming system without restraints. Plus, the […]

Read More