Videomenthe media processing gets US debut
Videomenthe will be releasing its new mobile app for Android and iOS
French company Videomenthe will be presenting its media processing solution Eolementhe for the first time in the US at NAB, on the booths of its various partners. It will also be presenting its Eolementhe mobile app.
Eolementhe is a cloud portal which allows media-file processing through a single interface. In this automated environment, which still provides the option to intervene manually in certain operations, you can find a complete workflow, with different methods of delivery: transcoding, quality control, analysis and correction of audio levels, the insertion of subtitles and logos and addition of editorial and technical metadata for RTB files creation.
Users construct their workflow to process and deliver their media file by means of an interface that is extremely intuitive, instantly and easily mastered, and accessible via a web browser. Eolementhe can be managed via API, and automatic mode is used to streamline and speed up operations.
Videomenthe also offers a hybrid SaaS service – in addition to its SaaS mode – the principle of which is to exploit both the client’s on-prem resources and those offered by Videomenthe through its resource-pooling cloud.
The new Eolementhe mobile app will be available soon on GooglePlay and in the Apple AppStore. Users can access the Eolementhe portal functions and monitor all of the data processed, in real time, using their login. The app allows remote users can begin processing video according to their workflow models or those made available to them, and then upload the file to TV channels, post-production or VOD platforms.
Videomenthe also now includes a “send to YouTube” option as one of its methods of delivery. After the account login details have been verified and YouTube mode has been selected, Eolementhe publishes the processed video to the channel selected.
Videomenthe's technology suppliers and partners include Amazon Web Services' AWS Activate, Aspera, Capella Systems, Harmonic, Interra Systems, Microsoft Azure, Minnetonka Audio and Signiant.