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  • 03/03/16--07:09: New Senior Appointment
  • IPV Makes Senior Appointments to Capitalise on Successful 2015 Further appointments strengthen company’s global Professional Service and IT infrastructure Cambridge, UK, 09 February 2016 – […]

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  • 03/03/16--07:17: NAB 2016 Preview
  • At NAB IPV Focuses on MAM System Functions within Modern IP-based, High Resolution Broadcast Operations IP-based operation, 4K support & intuitive UI operation showcased on […]

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  • 04/04/16--06:31: NAB News
  • Enhanced IPV Curator MAM System Empowers Intuitive Asset Retrieval Across Organisations & From Multiple Storage Platforms IP-based operation & 4K support showcased at NAB Cambridge, […]

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  • 04/11/16--05:49: Hearst Television
  • Hearst Television Places IPV Curator Content Factory MAM System at Heart of Station Group’s Creative Content Sharing Curator MAM speeds up global access to content […]

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  • 04/11/16--06:04: Happy Hour at NAB
  • Join us for drinks on Monday evening at The Chandelier Lounge at The Cosmo, between 5:30 & 7:30.

    We’re co-hosting a Happy Hour with StorExcel and Quantum.

    Please RSVP now, to reserve your spot on the guest list!

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    Join us for drinks on Monday evening at The Chandelier Lounge at The Cosmo, between 5:30 & 7:30.

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  • 05/04/16--07:36: NAB News
  • IPV to Introduce Curator Content Factory Extension for Adobe Premiere Pro CC New integration allows editors and post-production teams to monitor assets and metadata from […]

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    We have created a brand new search experience for our new and existing users, through the development of a new search application we call ‘ClipLink’.

    Given other search tools available on the broader internet, users are familiar with initiating a search via a single search box on a page, this is colloquially termed a ‘Google-style search’. The ClipLink application provides you with a simple, intuitive search which is initially broad but can be narrowed down by using filtering tools to explore the dataset and pinpoint assets and asset types. This application is so simple to use that even if you are completely unfamiliar with our Curator system, you can intuitively explore the dataset and find the assets you’re looking for.

    A common theme within IPV’s search tools is the option to filter a search to include only a subset of the available asset types. For example, searching for only video assets or video and audio assets. This simple type of filtering is regularly used and included in ClipLink.

    To complement the asset type filter, the returned search results also show the type of asset which has been found, this will enhance the search experience by allowing you to filter down your broader simple search to both explore and target assets within the dataset.

    To perform filtering, you are able to restrict your search results to show only assets which have a certain property or feature. For example, after searching for all ‘putts’ you can then restrict your results to show only those putts which were holed by ‘Rory Mcllroy’. You’re then able to quickly and easily initiate a workflow from the search results view.

    This approach means you don’t waste time searching for things that don’t exist!


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  • 06/30/16--01:45: IBC 2016 News
  • At IBC, IPV Focuses on Real World MAM System Economics on Premises and In the Cloud New product bundles provide cost-effective entry point and grow […]

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    IPV Curator MAM System Helps Revolutionize Media Asset Management at NASA Kennedy Space Center

    Curator integrates alongside Quantum StorNext Pro and Telestream Vantage to create elegant image capture and distribution workflow

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    Cambridge, UK, 1 August 2016 – UK-based media asset management and technology specialist, IPV, has announced the successful integration of its Curator Content Factory Media Asset Management (MAM) system within NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. The MAM system is being used within a fully digital solution for launch video capture and delivery systems at the Kennedy Space Center and integrates seamlessly alongside a Quantum StorNext 5 storage system and Telestream Vantage content transcoding.

    On this project, IPV collaborated with North American channel partner, StorExcel, which worked as a key advisor to the project on content and workflow integration issues. “We wanted to give NASA a state-of-the-art video workflow system based on best-of-breed solutions that we knew would work well together and provide optimal value based on our own experience.” said Kurt Clawson, CTO, M&E Technology at StorExcel.

    There are not very many imaging environments more challenging, or more critical, than the one that supports launches at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. During any liftoff, 80 to 100 cameras capture the event from every possible angle, and they keep tracking the rocket and its payload until it passes out of range at a height of about 8,000 feet. The data, which include images and video taken with high-resolution cameras at speeds of up 1000 frames per second, weigh in today at around 200TB per launch, and they must be made available to scientists and flight specialists in several different NASA centers as quickly as possible.

    The still images and video files collected within NASA serve multiple purposes and need to be available to different audiences in different formats and resolutions. Scientists use them to assess effectiveness of equipment, systems, and procedures. The security team uses them as part of its surveillance procedures. And the public affairs department uses them to communicate the agency’s mission to its internal audience and to provide images to the general public.

    At the same time, the list of organizations using Kennedy Space Center for launches is expanding, including Boeing, SpaceX, and the European Space Agency (ESA), which managed the International Space Station (ISS). “The video footage we collect is an irreplaceable asset that must be protected and retained, as well as being made available to a wide range of different users at different locations, which makes the management task particularly challenging,” Jeff Wolfe, Communications System Analyst at Abacus Technology said.

    When NASA wrote the requirements for a 21st-century workflow solution, it had several key considerations. The system needed to provide high performance to allow all the data to be downloaded from cameras within 24 hours of a launch. It needed to be able to scale to support future missions and higher resolution formats. It needed to store and retain multiple copies of files for protection and future use, and to give all users access to content as an automated part of the workflow. It needed to be compatible with media asset management and the workflow solutions used by other offices, including Apple Xsan.

    Within the new NASA workflow the primary disk copy from the StorNext system is accessed by users directly while the files are active. As content ages and becomes inactive, it is removed from the disk, but an archive copy remains available in the archive for users to access. Files and metadata for them are visible through the IPV Curator media asset manager for all content, whether they are located on disk or in the archive. For long-term retention, the second tape copy is removed from the library and stored in a secure, off-line location.

    “After rigorous design and testing, NASA has an elegant workflow where video files get into the system at high speed, everything is protected immediately so the data is safe and secure, and all the assets are available immediately to users using a single IPV management interface,” explains Nigel Booth, EVP Business Development at IPV. “Abacus Technology and StorExcel have designed a multi-vendor solution that gives everyone faster access to the data, to make content searches and retrieval quick and easy, and to reduce the amount of administration time.”
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    European Debut for IPV Curator Content Factory Extension to Adobe Premiere Pro CC at IBC 2016

    Updated Curator UI provides smoother transition to Adobe Premiere Pro Creative Cloud, seamless interaction helps editors monitor assets and metadata from multiple sources in real-time

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    Cambridge, UK, 6 September 2016 – On its IBC stand (8.D41), UK-based media asset management and technology specialist, IPV, will exhibit for the first time in Europe a new integration, its Curator media asset management (MAM) system and Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC. The result of long-term collaboration between IPV and Adobe®, the new Curator extension features an intuitive User Interface (UI) providing a seamless workflow with Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

    Inside Adobe Premiere Pro CC, IPV Content Curator allows editors access to assets, projects, notifications and metadata from multiple sources in real-time. New Live Markers enable users to import assets from Curator into Adobe Premiere Pro CC, where they can monitor the content for any Clip Marks or Tags made by other Curator users such as a Standards and Practice or a Sports Logging Interface. New markers and all associated metadata are available to them live in real-time.

    Real-time information helps editors to make fast edit decisions, enhancing the agility of live production teams. Using Adobe Premiere Pro CC, editors can make Markers as a part of any edit decisions: these markers will then be exported back to the Curator MAM system where the marker information is ingested and stored alongside the original asset.

    “The panel enhancements integrate the production and editing environments into a single user interface, so editors can see video tags and annotations as they occur making this a must for any fast turn around events such as news and sports,” commented Nigel Booth, EVP Business Development at IPV. “At IBC, we will also be showcasing our “News run-down” panel that communicates directly to the News Room Computer System through the industry standard MOS protocols.  Work Orders, jobs, assignment, priority and publishing for playout is now available directly from inside the Adobe Premiere Pro user interface.”

    “Our focus is on keeping our customers on the leading edge with evolving technologies and production workflows,” said Sue Skidmore, head of partner relations for professional video at Adobe. “Innovative technologies like the IPV Content Curator extend and enrich the toolset for our customers and help them to simplify and streamline their day-to-day operations.”

    Visitors to IBC can see the new IPV Curator extension for Adobe Premiere Pro CC at the IPV stand, 8.D41. The extension is available to buy now through IPV’s international reseller network.


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    MAM provider at 2017 NAB Show: If you can’t find it, you can’t use it Cambridge, UK. 15 March 2017 – At the 2017 NAB Show, media management technology specialist IPV will present the latest advances of its in-demand Curator MAM system. These include extended third-party integration and easier user collaboration and will be [...]

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    IPV’s MAM system streams proxies for better use of talent and resources Cambridge, UK. 19 April 2017 – At the 2017 NAB Show, IPV will be showing several significant improvements to the integrations between its MAM system, Curator, and Adobe Creative Cloud® software including Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC and Adobe After Effects® CC and [...]

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    Curator MAM system integrated with BlackPearl converged storage system for faster content access   Cambridge, UK. 25 April 2017 – In an announcement that enables Spectra Logic storage system users to more easily manage their stored content, the company (Spectra Logic) has certified IPV as one of its technology partners. IPV’s MAM system Curator [...]

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    MAM system integrated by StorExcel to share media between broadcast, stadia and teams From left to right: Brent Kline, Senior Director of Technology at KSE Media Ventures; David Cole, CEO and CTO at IPV; David Zur, SVP of Operations and Engineering at KSE Media Ventures; and Lance Hukill, President of StorExcel. [...]

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    Following a successful 2017 NAB Show in Las Vegas, IPV’s Nigel Booth was invited as a guest onto Digital Production BuZZ, the podcast which works to keep listeners in touch with trends and technologies within digital production, post-production and distribution. The show’s host Larry Jordan wanted to get to know IPV [...]

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    At IBC2017, our CEO Dave Cole sat down with the IABM’s Ben Dales to talk about media asset management, the latest advancements in our Curator platform and our presence at Europe’s leading media, entertainment and technology show. Dave spoke to Ben about how the flexible and scalable nature of Curator enables creative businesses to [...]

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    Just before IBC2017, I once again joined Larry Jordan on the Digital Production BuZZ podcast. On the show, we spoke about the benefits of deploying MAM in the cloud and how our Curator system can integrate with artificial intelligence (AI) tools for a much richer asset management experience. Curator is available as an on-premise, [...]

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    Media management specialist offers flexible deployment models for its unique proxy-based workflows through the Curator platform Cambridge, UK. October 2, 2017 – Media management technology specialist IPV will present its latest advanced production management and remote editing tools at NAB Show New York. Visitors to booth N1159 will discover how IPV’s in-demand [...]

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