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At IBC 2018 Dejero showcased live production in the cloud

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Dejero showcased live production in the cloud

At IBC 2018 Dejero, provider of cloud-managed solutions for video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, showcased – together with Microsoft Azure, Avid, Haivision, Hiscale, Make.TV and Signiant – how live production workflows in the cloud can deliver greater flexibility, scalability and budget efficiencies to broadcasters.

Visitors to Dejero’s stand (11.C15) and Microsoft’s stand (1.C27) witnessed a low latency live feed from a Dejero encoder transported over blended IP connections and received in Azure by Dejero’s video on-ramp technology. Through this ingest, broadcasters can enable new customizable cloud-based workflows including the curation and routing of content, transcoding, near-live editing, automated closed captioning, meta data enrichment, and distribution, supported by collaborating technology partners. 

“Dejero recognizes cloud as the next frontier for broadcasters and is dedicated to helping them get the most from their IP-based workflows, but we believe this will take more than just one company, it will take collaboration across the industry to succeed,” said Bogdan Frusina, founder of Dejero. “By working closely with Microsoft Azure Media Services and with other innovative industry partners and customers, we can deliver on a vision that enables broadcasters to take advantage of a highly flexible infrastructure that scales according to their needs—whether that be for a month, a day, or an hour at a time, while reducing costs, and expanding their revenue options,” Frusina explained.

“The adoption of cloud-based workflows, especially for live content has been hindered by connectivity concerns” added Sudheer Sirivara, General Manager for Media on Azure at Microsoft. “Dejero addresses this challenge by efficiently moving live content to the cloud where it can be managed, processed, and ultimately distributed anywhere. We’re excited to partner with Dejero, Avid, Haivision, Hiscale, Make.TV, and Signiant to showcase end-end workflows in Azure that help broadcasters scale their operations quickly, cost effectively and efficiently.”

The ‘live production in the cloud’ demonstration at IBC 2018 involved multiple partners that play key roles in the live production workflow. From the field, a live video stream was sent to the Microsoft Azure cloud platform from a Dejero EnGo mobile transmitter. Dejero’s video on-ramp technology dynamically received the stream in Azure, transcoded it, and delivered the standardized stream to Make.TV’s Live Video Cloud, which was used to curate, and route the content to any number of destinations from within Avid MediaCentral Cloud|UX. Though not part of the demonstration at IBC, another tested ingest path involved Haivision Media Gateway sending DVB-C streams from an on-prem Harris video distribution system via SRT into SRTHub where it was routed into Make.TV’s Live Video Cloud.  

Hiscale’s cloud-based transcoding solution enabled live recording into customers’ editing and asset management environments where high and low resolutions files were stored in Avid’s cloud-based Nexis storage. In addition, a second file-based workflow involved uploading files using Signiant accelerated file-upload app in Avid MediaCentral Cloud|UX. These files were transcoded by Hiscale on ingest and stored as assets along with associated metadata in Avid iMAM. The overall solution presented users with a single interface, pulling relevant data from collaborating partner technologies, while leveraging the compute and storage power of Azure. (9/18)

pictured: IBC 2018 Dejero showcased live production in the cloud ©empress

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