Cambridge Imaging Systems is presenting the latest version of its Imagen Enterprise Video Platform here at BVE 2015. The new version includes WYSIWIG interfaces that further simplify the way in which content owners can manage their vast quantities of data.
Imagen v3.5 gives full control of the user experience with WYSIWG page editors and a range of handy widgets. Its intuitive web interfaces enable easy search and retrieval and provides users with a great range of features that will enable them to play, edit, download, share and much more, according to Cambridge Imaging Systems.
With support for some of the world’s major storage appliances, Imagen can be installed on-premises as part of an existing broadcast archive or production workflow, or accessed as a pay-as-you-grow cloud based service with infinite storage capacity.
Tom Blake, managing director, Cambridge Imaging Systems, said: “When it comes to content, there are two key problems facing the broadcast industry today: how to centrally manage and archive the enormous amounts of video being generated by companies in the media and entertainment industry, and how to provide your audience with access to that content in a cost effective and efficient way. Imagen answers these issues, providing a long term archive for media while simultaneously making it available to staff and customers online through a highly customisable website.”
Imagen users include Endemol, IMG, the BBC, Channel 4, ITN, the Imperial War Museum and the British Library.