Cambridge, UK. October 15, 2018 – IPV will be exhibiting at this year’s NAB Show New York, showing creative teams and corporate content producers how they can improve their workflow efficiency through better asset management. Demonstrations of the IPV Curator platform will explain to visitors how they can work faster, save time and create more.
Curator enables creative teams across a range of industries to more easily address the increased demand for high-quality video content. Whether for creative agencies or corporate content producers, Curator easily integrates with any kind of media production workflow.
At the exhibition, IPV will be demonstrating new functionality within the Curator for Adobe suite of tools. This will show how creative teams can speed up production processes with easy switching between logging content, attaching metadata and editing with their assets, as well as checking in a production straight from the Adobe panel. Demos of new ingest features will also be on display, showing users how they can better manage media contribution from teams or freelancers in multiple locations.
A key feature presentation at NAB Show New York will be Curator’s analytics integration which allows for better justification of investments made in asset management workflows. It provides users with the ability to see the effectiveness with which elements of a post-production workflow operate in order to put in place the most effective operational processes. “Curator’s integration with ContentAgent lets editors embrace their creativity during production workflows, rather than focusing on remedial tasks during ingest and output,” said IPV’s product manager, James Varndell. “The integration automates previously time-consuming tasks and allows editors to spread their content further and faster.”
Presentations – making sense of AI-produced data
Alongside the technology demonstrations at this year’s NAB Show New York, IPV’s head of pre-sales, Alex Ferris, will be on site to deliver a series of talks. He’ll explain how users of our Curator system can take advantage of the latest technologies to get the right content, to the right people, at the right time.
Alex will present a session on how AI can be integrated into workflows to enhance cloud production and remote editing capabilities. He will explain how teams can drive interactivity between departments and reduce inefficiency using the cloud. It will also cover how MAM solutions can increase the value of data generated by artifical intelligence.
And then in a panel discussion, Alex will join a debate on how users can gain a competitive advantage by embracing the biggest trends impacting the media and entertainment industry. For more details on Alex’s presentations at the show, visit the news page on IPV.com.
IPV will demonstrating the Curator media management system on booth number N1162 throughout NAB Show New York which runs on October, 17 and 18 at The Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City.
IPV has dedicated 20 years to finding better ways to move, manage and monetize media assets. It pioneered a more efficient media workflow that uses low-resolution proxy versions of high-quality assets to let users work faster. It’s applied this innovation and know-how to give customers better ways to handle archived and stored content and help them realize the true value of their media.
Clients include A & E Networks, CNN, Endemol reality TV productions, NASA, Sony Pictures, The Oscars, Turner Digital Sports and U.S. retail giant Home Depot.
More information about IPV is available at www.ipv.com