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62 BY DAVID FOX


Plaber’s new HPRC5200 range is claimed to offer “the fi rst and only protective case that becomes a backpack in a matter of seconds”.


On the bottom of the case


there is a removable panel that can be easily replaced with soft padding. A kit can quickly and


easily transform the case into a backpack, and includes shoulder straps, plate, backrest, screws and Allen key. With the HPRC5200 cases, the company claims the performance characteristics of the entire HPRC (High Performance Resin Cases) range have been improved. The cases are guaranteed for life and thanks to their durability can be reused many times, while each case and all its parts and components can be entirely recycled. The case can be


STRONGERTOGETHER


BACKPACK MAKES HARD CASE FOR FLEXIBILITY CREATE & PRODUCE HPRC Cases/Plaber


purchased empty, with pre- cubed foam or with Second Skin inserts and dividers. The case structure is made of TTX01, a patented material composed of a polypropylene- based compound containing mineral fi llers and elastomer. This keeps the case strength unaltered while increasing its elasticity and ensures a high resistance to impacts, falls and pressure. The cases are also claimed to weigh up to 20% less than the competition.


LATEST VERSION MANAGE


#IBC2021


The new HPRC5200 can turn into a backpack in seconds


FOCUSES ON USABILITY eMAM


BY DAVID FOX


The latest version of eMAM and eMAM Cloud media asset management software offers an improved Feeder tool for more effi cient media ingest. New live options allow organisations to edit during capture, with highlight delivery during a live event. Version 5.3 of eMAM also includes extension panels that allow editors and designers inside Adobe’s Creative Cloud apps (Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign) and Apple Final Cut X to work seamlessly with non-technical staff using the web interface.


Beyond local storage, AWS,


Azure and GCP storage, more tools and systems


are supported, including Teradici, Lucid Link, Drastic Media Reactor, NiceDV, FSX, Qumolo and Wasabi. The new version supports sequence stitch and deliver, conversions of Premiere Pro bins into categories, and organisation of projects using collections. The software can now distribute/publish media through Vimeo, VideoFlow and Wowza. Advanced media packaging with Ateme Titan allows users to dynamically select elements for packaging, transcoding and segmentation with Grass Valley Morpheus.


eMAM is available in AWS Marketplace as a SaaS- managed system including all AWS storage and services. Also available is eMAM’s Platform as a Service (PaaS)/ Server/AMI system where customers use their own AWS storage and services.


STRUUM PUTS CONSUMER IN CONTROL Evergent


MONETISE BY JO RUDDOCK


Evergent’s monetisation and customer management tools are now available across Struum’s subscription- based platform, which enables users to sample content from dozens of participating streaming services from around the globe. Struum aims to streamline the video streaming experience by providing viewers with one central destination and a single monthly subscription to access a diverse array of programming. The platform’s credit-based subscription model allows users to cut through the global streaming landscape to choose


Struum operates a credit-based subscription model


the fi lms and TV episodes that best match their interests from an extensive range of participating services and content partners. Eugene Liew, CTO and co-founder of Struum, said: “Struum’s mission is to provide customers with a curated streaming experience that perfectly matches their tastes and interests. Evergent’s monetisation and customer management tools are essential to that, enabling


content providers to deliver against these tailored offerings in an increasingly complex streaming environment.” Vijay Sajja, founder and CEO of Evergent, said: “Rather than force customers to make diffi cult selections with limited budgets for entertainment, Struum is breaking new ground by offering a credit-based, à la carte streaming experience.”


TAKING A FRESH APPROACH PUBLISH


Globecast BY MICHAEL BURNS


Click and select: Storage management in eMAM’s latest version 5.3 software


Globecast has unveiled its new 4K live channel cloud playout capabilities, which it claims is a signifi cant advance for the industry. Using a leading cloud service provider alongside its own in-house cloud MAM, Orchestrator, Globecast now allows its customers to take full advantage of cloud OPEX models for live 4K playout, with the inherent fast time to market and service fl exibility.


Globecast is partnering with Gravity Media to support customers at a major sporting event in 2022


This includes the cost-effective and increasingly popular creation of pop-up channels. Globecast has also worked across 2021 on its remote production offering and commentary services. It recently announced a partnership with Gravity Media to support customers at next


year’s major football tournament, providing end-to-end contribution, connectivity and production services.


It has also expanded its OTT solution portfolio, announcing a partnership with Viaccess-Orca and MainStreaming for OTT solution development.


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