The latest developments in MioEverywhere, Nativ’s media management, workflow and collaboration platform, include support for Amazon public cloud; integration with Adobe Premier, Prelude and Experience Manager; and a new advanced REST API that lets users integrate MioEverywhere through various web technologies.
“We have worked with content owners in the industry to evolve Mio Everywhere so that it can be easily deployed whether you are working in the cloud or in studio based environments,” said company CEO, Jon Folland.
Over the past year, MioEverywhere has been deployed by large content owners, including ITV Studios and Vubiquity. According to Nativ, ITV Studios is using MioEverywhere to “remove manual processes as far as possible allowing savings of money, time and effort to be invested in the creative process while linking metadata with media in an end-to-end workflow and introducing automated file-based workflows.”
Vubiquity is using Nativ’s media logistics platform “to remotely ingest and deliver content, to manage assets, to design and orchestrate workflows, to repurpose and distribute content and to package, deliver and syndicate to advanced VoD platforms.”