fileCAST Online Media Library (OML) records an unlimited amount of signals and provides a special interface for communicating with EVS machines. All network clips are recognized and can be imported into projects including metadata aligned with the projects timecode. All sequences created in the OML have are ready to be played back in the OML user interface.
All generated data is labeled with special designed keyboards and brought into a uniform shape while the live transmission. All names and data is always stored correctly. By linking the database with timing reference, all data is stored on the same level.
The result is a unified, intelligent database that allows for searching and browsing the content immediately with growing value for future research. Utilizing special designed keyboard layouts for different databases allows for easy access to the relevant metadata.
ENG Material can be easily imported, and all incurred timecode images or imported project data can be stored. The OML merges all the different data sets with each other and their central input module.
All flavors of Data
All data that is generated live will be recored in addition to video signals. This can be for example, all intermediate times, sector times, tracking data, GPS data, etc. All can be recorded in the project.
All images that enter the OML, whether live or via file import, are shown with their associated metadata in the stream. Resulting projects can be presented clearly.
Operate all social media channels in an instant. Access to live logged pictures allows you to quickly share on channels like Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.
Record video on digital devices, such as Android or iPhone, with new second screen combinations and offer enhanced content for traditional users. Fresh imagery can be quickly and easily placed on client apps so the client can create and deploy useful content.
IPTV channels are permanently recorded, restructured and organized using simple names.
Edit / Playouts
Cut playlists and find scenes simply. The OML software reduces repeated hold and time-consuming copy operations.