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  • Eolementhe©, an eco-designed solution, compliant with the « Greenconcept » program

    The digital transition of the economy gives rise to a deep change. It raises several questions since our information systems generate negative impacts on nature (resources depletion, consumption of energy, greenhouse gas…).

    As Videomenthe has been fully aware of these environmental issues since several years, the company chose to integrate the “Greenconcept” program, driven by the CCI Occitanie and financed by Ademe agency and Occitanie Region.
    The goal was to evaluate the results of the eco-design strategy that has been set up to create Eolementhe©, platform for processing and delivering media files, and identify new ways of reducing its environmental impacts.

    The final report shows that all the actions that Videomenthe has been set up since several years give today significant results on environmental impacts. The mutualization of cloud-based servers allowed a reduction from 36 to 67% according to the KPIs (-47% on greenhouse gas emissions for example).
    An analysis of the lifecycle has been done for the Eolementhe© solution (conformity of the file and delivery of a 26 minutes program), and new ways of actions have been found as a result.

    Effectively, to move forward in this « Green » attitude, Videomenthe is working on the possibility to change the encoding proxy file format from H264 to H265.

    The end-users of our solutions can also act on a daily basis, by simple actions, for example:
    - Turn off their screen while a file is being uploaded,
    - Regularly empty the trash to avoid useless use of IT resources,
    - Check the conformity of each file before uploading it to reduce space wasting and useless data transfer
    - Use the « stop and go » feature of Eolementhe©, which allows to add technical and editorial verification steps, hence avoiding useless files go back-and-forth
    Videomenthe will provide the clients a good practices guidance, to go further in this “green” action.
    To combine ergonomic, operational performance and reduction of our environmental footprint is a daily challenge that has to be taken up together, for a responsible digital economy!

    The goal was to evaluate the results of the eco-design strategy that has been set up to create Eolementhe©, platform for processing and delivering media files, and identify new ways of reducing its environmental impacts.

    The final report shows that all the actions that Videomenthe has been set up since several years give today significant results on environmental impacts. The migration of physical servers on a cloud-based infrastructure allowed a reduction from 36 to 67% according to the KPIs (-47% on greenhouse gas emissions for example).
    An analysis of the lifecycle has been done for the Eolementhe© solution (conformity of the file and delivery of a 26 minutes program), and new ways of actions have been found as a result.

    Effectively, to move forward in this « Green » attitude, Videomenthe is working on the possibility to change the encoding file format from H264 to H265.

    The end-users of our solutions can also act on a daily basis, by simple actions, for example:
    - Turn off their screen while a file is being uploaded,
    - Regularly empty the trash to avoid useless use of IT resources,
    - Use the « Stop and Go » features of Eolementhe©, which allows adding technical and editorial check steps, in order to avoid useless file transfers

    Videomenthe will provide the clients a good practices guidance, to go further in this “green” action.

    To combine ergonomic, operational performance and reduction of our environmental footprint is a daily challenge that has to be taken up together, for a responsible digital economy!

  • [Use Case] Eolementhe©, ready to assist marketing and communications departments in preparing and sharing their videos

    Video is a powerful communications tool. It has become the most effective way for companies to publicise their activities and so to convey their vision and values. Video, whether it is for corporate, tutorial, motion design purposes and so on, or whether it is used for marketing or in-house communication, makes it possible to put across a clear visual message in just a few minutes, in situations in which many different media and meetings would normally be needed to convey an intelligible message.

    So, people who already know about Videomenthe are probably asking, “Why is this company that specialises in the broadcasting industry talking about uses of company videos?”

    When Videomenthe launched Eolementhe it was above all with the aim of simplifying the processing and delivery of video files. A new method of working could then be offered by Videomenthe, using its “all-in-one” platform. Instead of possessing large numbers of frequently under-utilised tools, why not incorporate them within a single responsive platform and conceal their complexity behind an extremely user-friendly interface?
    Despite appearances, Videomenthe’s purpose is not challenging ways of working, but really to make the process more fluid and improve it by promoting collaborative methods.
    Here, collaboration is tackled in different areas: the pooling of resources, working together on the same file and sharing of videos with external partners.
    So, this is a generally “win-win” model: the software publisher continues to grant its licences (via Videomenthe or to the end client); the client benefits from quite favourable rates and additional features; and Videomenthe, which is also a distributor, continues to act as an orchestrator between the publisher and the client.

    Whether they are broadcasters, production or post-production companies or advertising content platforms, this option also appeals to a varied broadcasting clientele attracted by the speed of access provided by Eolementhe and also by how easy it is to use. They now have at their fingertips a comprehensive, user-friendly tool for professional video processing and delivery.

    To begin with, Eolementhe was above all a platform for working on technical files. Then its range of applications was expanded to include preparation and editorial validation, using FileLib.
    While continuing to target its core market with this new feature, Videomenthe is also setting its sights on a completely new target: businesses and their marketing and communications departments.
    The idea is to make Eolementhe available to marketing and communications departments for the purpose of communicating and collaborating on multiple versions of the same video and, finally, sharing them.

    Examples of the use of FileLib: subtitling
    Here, the client’s requirement is for multilingual versions of the same video so that it can then be shared with the different Business Units.

    The stages of the workflow

    The workflow is constructed by choosing each block that corresponds to a stage in the process (subtitles, delivery etc.). Alternatively, a preset workflow option can be selected.

    - Ingest block: video upload
    Several methods are available (server, object storage, internet video, video from social networks, etc.)

    - Speech-to-text block: transcription and translation into the desired language
    A transcripts file is then generated, indicating the time stamps and display of the subtitles translated.

    - Pause block: for checking and making corrections manually
    This stage is crucial because it allows the user to check the subtitles and correct them as required. Other checkers may be added; they will receive a notification email inviting them to access Eolementhe via a link to FileLib.

    - FileLib tab: previewing the video before rendering
    This will allow the checker to check the subtitles and make modifications directly in the text editor.

    Once the final version has been approved, the person responsible for the project validates it and resumes the workflow.

    - Burn block: subtitling
    The final version of the subtitles is inserted into the video. These subtitles can therefore be translated or transcribed and can also be used as part of the audio description.

    - Delivery block: multi-recipient sharing
    Once the video has been approved it is shared with all of the recipients concerned (here, around 30 of them) by means of a download link.

    So, the Eolementhe platform permits collaboration on a video and guarantees a smooth process of communication and correction. You can see here that the method is extremely simple. To recap, users first create a workflow or use a preset, then they just have to upload the video for processing. The execution of the workflow automatically launches the stages, one by one, and the pause feature allows the user to intervene manually during the checking process and the technical or editorial correction process. The workflow finally concludes with delivery of the video.

    With Eolementhe, all of the processes are carried out via a single interface, accessed from an internet browser. There is no need for technical skills - Eolementhe is extremely simple to use and guarantees a smooth flow of operations and communication between collaborators.

    Access is rapid and allows videos to be exchanged in a secure environment.
    Eolementhe therefore avoids the need for a lot of to-ing and fro-ing and messages back and forth by text, email, DropBox, Wetransfer, etc, and so helps to save a considerable amount of time!

  • New features announced at NAB 2018 for Cambria FTC 4.0

    - Improvment of the IMF creation tool

    - Automatic generation of the text included into the caption via the OCR system, with the option to correct the text via a dedicated interface.

    - Reading and writing on Amazon S3 platform.

    - Possibility to outsource the overflow into the cloud

    - Support of HEVC in HLS and Dolby Vision in HDR content

  • New features announced at NAB 2018 for Baton

    1 - support for autoscaling (peak management, On-demande expansion for On-premises / Cloud andHybrid architectures). Compatbility on AWS, Azure, Google Cloud and IBM

    2- new checks :

    - video compression score
    - HDR quality check
    - check for basic alignment of spech and captions
    - audio language detection for additional languages (Hungarian, Italian, Arabic and Sweedish)

    3 - support for new formats:

    - VAST
    - encrypted DCP content
    - enhancements on IMF formats (HDR IMF, IMF App 2 extended standard)
    - enhancements on ProRes in MXF and HDR support
    - support for Itunes sub-titles

    4 - new DRM support::

    - Apple Faireplay DRM in HLS
    - Playready and Widevine DRM in ISM and Mpeg DASH file formats

  • Eolementhe now available on Orange's cloud

    Videomenthe is offering its clients the option to host their data in the cloud using Orange Business Services’ “Flexible Engine” solution. This partnership, based on using Eolementhe©, the platform for processing and delivering media files, therefore enables Videomenthe to guarantee complete data security, and in particular to resolve any intellectual property issues, thanks to data hosting in compliance with the European regulatory framework.

    Eolementhe© is a web-based platform incorporating many market-leading solutions for broadcast and media professionals, provided via a single extremely user-friendly interface. This platform makes it possible to carry out a great majority of media-file processing and enriching operations very rapidly: transcoding, analysis and correction of loudness, subtitling and speech-to-text, quality control of files and multi-platform delivery.

    In addition to the creation of media workflows, Eolementhe© permits a considerable time saving to be made thanks to the technical and editorial standardisation of files, in just a few clicks, in line with the different profiles and standards of broadcasters. These features allow a user, even a beginner, to create a “ready-to-broadcast” file.

    Backed by Orange Business Services’ extensive experience in Cloud infrastructures, Videomenthe guarantees its clients high availability and great capacity for storing their files. Hosting their data on French territory also makes it possible to guarantee complete security in compliance with the framework of European regulations, while providing the best guarantees with regard to intellectual property of content.

    Videomenthe CEO Muriel Le Bellac explains: “For media companies, the criteria of file performance, security and tracking are key factors influencing the decision to adopt a solution available in the cloud. Our partnership with Orange Business Services, an expert in the sector, operating within the European legal framework, was an obvious choice to enhance our Eolementhe© solution and so to offer a reliable, suitable option to all of our clients.”

  • Eolementhe, part of the Microsoft 'Azure Preview France' program

    The partnership between Videomenthe and Microsoft allows Eolementhe to be deployed into the 'Azure Preview France' platform.

    Now, let's find all Eolementhe features into the Azure France's cloud.

    Contact us to know more

  • Videomenthe is launching a major version of its media workflows platform: Eolementhe v4

    Videomenthe, the distributor and publisher of software solutions for processing media files, announces the unveiling of Eolementhe© v4.0, the very latest version of its workflow-creation platform.
    The multi-vendor platform, which simplifies not just workflows and the creation of compliant files but also media exchanges, has in fact been redesigned. Many features that greatly enhance the seamlessness of the workflows have been added, making Eolementhe© ever more user-friendly and accessible for broadcast professionals, whether they are technical people or not.
    This new version of Eolementhe© underlines the aim of continuous improvement, seeking not just to optimize users’ experience but also to achieve greater technical and commercial flexibility.
    The IBC will give Videomenthe the opportunity to unveil Eolementhe©’s brand-new interface and latest features, and also its mobile app (for iPhone and Android).

    ° New interface
    Eolementhe©’s front-end makes the complexity of each file-processing stage appear deceptively simple. The operations thus facilitated include: transcoding, quality control (with a pause option for manual intervention), loudness analysis and adjustment, the creation of technical and editorial metadata, speech-to-text, the insertion of subtitles, etc.
    Workflow construction and the configuration for each operation can now be handled at the click of a mouse. Eolementhe© furthermore retains all of its freshness with an intuitive, streamlined, modern design, and media companies have the option to personalize the interface with their corporate design.
    Tracking and control of operations
    The workflow tracking window displays all of the stages currently in progress. The details are available to the user in real time, with the option to download reports at the end of each task to facilitate more rapid action.
    Eolementhe©’s management functions have also been improved to give the user and also the administrator better control over operations. Eolementhe© therefore facilitates collaborative working by means of enhanced and intuitive management of internal teams and external collaborators, thanks to the overview provided of all operations.

    ° Creating standardized files
    Eolementhe© has been designed particularly to be able to create and deliver compliant files ready-to-broadcast. Users now have the option to create their own form template, and pre-populated templates already enable AS-10 and MetaPADTV-compatible forms to be created. Processing on entry of IMF source files will also be demonstrated at the IBC.
    Videomenthe, with support from RIAM (Broadcast and Multimedia Research and Innovation), is also working on a new key function involving the creation of files in IMF interoperable format. Thanks to the incorporation of a catalogue of content stored in IMF format, it will be possible for any user to create the version required by the broadcaster concerned.

    ° Cloud, Hybrid and Standalone
    Videomenthe focuses on scalability of platforms. It was with this goal in mind that the company designed Eolementhe© to be a platform that would be flexible and adaptable from a technical and commercial point of view. Three modes are thus offered to cover all needs and adapt Eolementhe© to the specific requirements of each media company. Originally designed for use in the cloud, Eolementhe© is also available in Hybrid and Standalone mode.
    Eolementhe© Cloud was designed to be used entirely in the cloud. This mode makes it possible to retain all of the advantages of the SaaS services, based on pooling of resources.
    Eolementhe© Hybrid is the perfect combination of internal and external resources because it utilizes both the client’s in-house farms and the resources provided by Videomenthe in the cloud.
    Finally, Eolementhe© Standalone is locally hosted, so Eolementhe© runs the client’s farms and the front-end provides a user-friendly interface for creating workflows and processing files. More than a mere orchestration tool, the Standalone mode also enables files to be exchanged between both internal and external collaborators of the organisation by means of an internet connection.
    So, whatever the option selected, Eolementhe© offers a front-end that is particularly easy to use. The construction of workflows and processing of media files via a user-friendly interface are simplified for all users.

    Videomenthe CEO Muriel Le Bellac notes: “We have invested a great deal of effort in developing this major version of Eolementhe©. We wanted it to be a scalable, elegant solution, tailored to suit each media company!”
    She added: “Eolementhe© is a decisively forward-looking solution as it responds precisely to changing needs linked to the growing number of video files to be processed, but also the economic realities of our industry. We are able to offer a wide range of deployment responses optimizing OPEX and CAPEX-led budgets by means of our Cloud, Hybrid and Standalone modes.”

  • NAB 2017: Integration of new partner company tools within Eolementhe© and upcoming launch of its mobile app

    Videomenthe will be represented on the booths of its various partners at the NAB. So, this show will not just offer an opportunity for the French company to meet up with its clients and discuss the solutions it provides, but, drawing on its different partnerships, Videomenthe will for the first time present to the American market its own multi-vendor solution for processing media files: Eolementhe©.

    These technology suppliers and partners include: Amazon Web Services for its cloud services - whose programme for innovative companies, AWS Activate, has been integrated by Videomenthe -, Aspera, Capella Systems, Harmonic, Interra Systems, Microsoft Azure, Minnetonka Audio, Signiant.

    Videomenthe is a French company that distributes media workflows software, and designs Cloud portals. Its flagship solution, Eolementhe©, is a user-friendly Cloud portal which brings several leaders in the field of media-file processing together, in a single interface.
    In this automated environment, which still provides the option to intervene manually in certain operations, you can find a complete workflow, with different methods of delivery: transcoding, quality control, analysis and correction of audio levels, the insertion of subtitles and logos and addition of editorial and technical metadata for RTB files creation. Users construct their workflow to process and deliver their media file by means of an interface that is extremely intuitive, instantly and easily mastered, and accessible via a web browser. For even smoother use, Eolementhe© can be managed via API, and automatic mode is used to streamline and speed up operations.
    Videomenthe goes still further by offering a hybrid SaaS service – in addition to its SaaS mode – the principle of which is to exploit both the client’s on-prem resources and those offered by Videomenthe through its resource-pooling Cloud.

    Eolementhe© v3.2

    *A mobile app for processing media files
    One of the great new innovations being presented by the company is the Eolementhe© mobile app, available soon on GooglePlay (Android™) and in the AppStore (iPhone®, iPad®). App users can access the Eolementhe© portal functions and monitor all of the data processed, in real time, using their login. So, simply by using their smartphone, remote users or users on the spot can begin processing their video according to their workflow models or those made available to them, and then upload the broadcast-ready file to TV channels, post-production or VOD platforms.

    *Video delivery to YouTube
    Videomenthe now includes a “send to YouTube” option as one of its methods of delivery. After the account login details have been verified and YouTube mode has been selected, Eolementhe© publishes the processed video to the channel selected.

    *Automatic retrieval of media from Object Storage platforms
    The retrieval of files stored on Object Storage platforms such as OpenStack, Amazon S3 and Microsoft Azure can be automated, for the purpose of internalising operations within Eolementhe©. The files are thus listed in Eolementhe©‘s dropzone to make it easier to manage them within a single interface.

    So, Eolementhe© v3.2 processes files from various sources to deliver them to multiple destinations, while offering an increasingly varied range of solutions. Off-site work productivity is also optimised by using the mobile app.

    Videomenthe CEO Muriel Le Bellac concludes: “Eolementhe© is the aggregation of file processing solutions in a single interface, optimally linked together by means of features that we are developing. Our partners are chosen on the basis of technological and commercial criteria, but also because these solutions enable our clients to guarantee the seamlessness and continuity of workflows, without causing any intrinsic disruption of their infrastructures.”

  • France Télévisions chooses Videomenthe as one of the providers for its regional channels’ transition to HD DTT

    Videomenthe Wins Bid Due to the Flexibility, Reliability and Quality of Service of Harmonic’s File-Based WFS™ Workflow Engine and ProMedia® Transcoders

    Following a call for tender, Videomenthe was chosen by the France Télévisions Group to update its file-processing tools for the transition to HD DTT.

    The whole of France switched over from DTT to HD DTT overnight between 4 and 5 April 2016, with the aim of updating its TV provision. This involved the generalised introduction of the MPEG4 standard.
    In preparation for this major change, France Télévisions issued a call to tender, in late 2015, for the file-processing tools across all of its 23 regional sites to be updated with equipment capable of generating MPEG4-standard media. Videomenthe won this bid by offering the Workflow File System (WFS™), WFS™ file-based workflow engine and controlling ProMedia Carbon file-based transcoders, from the software publisher Harmonic, the worldwide leader in video delivery infrastructure®.

    As a French distributor of Harmonic file-based transcoding solutions, Videomenthe is thus offering a tried and tested, high-performance system. Harmonic’s WFS™ workflow engine is in fact a transcoding solution extensively used extensively by big leading broadcasters worldwide. Using this solution therefore made it possible to guarantee a gradual, reliable, uninterrupted transition for France 3 TV’s regional stations.

    So, Videomenthe’s bid was chosen based on the calibre of its technical provision, notably the flexibility of use and scalability of Harmonic’s WFS workflow engine, but and also for the quality of the services provided during its deployment. The Montpellier-based company in fact provides extensive expertise (installation, configuration and training) right across the range of its solutions.

    The project was launched in early 2016, with the installation and configuration of pilot workstations by the Videomenthe team. Training was then given to a number of designated people to guarantee a successful transition across all of the regional sites. France Télévisions Project Manager Emmanuel Girouard explains: “It was vital that this change should not affect the autonomy of the regional sites. Videomenthe therefore offered us an appropriate technical solution but also training adapted to the individual methods of operation of these 23 sites.”

    Videomenthe founder and CEO Muriel Le Bellac adds: “We are proud of having won this bid, which is a mark of the confidence France Télévisions showed in us to handle this major transition. Furthermore, working hand in hand with France Télévisions and all of those involved in this project has proved to be a very rewarding experience.”

    For Videomenthe, this three-year contract reinforces its position as a key operator in the European broadcast market. The French company is thus forging ahead with its development and offering its own media-file processing solutions: the collaborative file exchange platform, VideomentheCloud, and Eolementhe©, the portal for creating media workflows in the cloud.

  • M6 supports Eolementhe to create and deliver METAPADTV files

    To receive standardized RTB files from its partners (The French specifications METAPADTV), M6 supports Eolementhe:
    "With the French technical recommendation CST-RT-040, including the MetaPADTV standard as well, we craved for a solution making our partner's work easier. The Eolementhe solution has this vital feature and allows us to ensure without disrupting, the exchange of compliant files with all our partners."

    Alexis Bureau, Engineer Project Manager - M6 Group (Major French TV channel)

  • Eolementhe© enables France 24 to streamline its capture and broadcasting options

    The international news channel France 24 has become a user of the services provided by Eolementhe©, its cloud-based portal for creating workflows.
    Seeking to improve the quality of its broadcast content, France 24 is testing different tools for capturing and broadcasting, with the help of Eolementhe©, allowing it to streamline the choice of solutions and encoding options used. France 24 in fact processes a very large number of video images, so it is crucial to use high-performance and highly responsive tools in carrying out studio-reporter two-ways, live programmes, news roundups, magazine segments and other types of broadcast programmes.

    France 24 is a TV channel that is a subsidiary of France Médias Monde, broadcasting an international rolling news programme in French, English and Arabic via digital terrestrial TV, satellite, cable, IP-TV and the web in more than 177 countries. Some 50 million TV viewers also watch the news prepared by more than 400 journalists in Paris and around 100 correspondents’ bureaux across virtually the entire world.
    “The technical quality of our content is a new challenge. We broadcast a rolling news programme and so we have an enormous volume of images to be processed as they arrive. From the point of reception to the point of broadcast, it’s important for us to be able to have complete confidence in the tools we’re using. That’s why we have chosen to use Eolementhe©, which will enable us to make the most objective technical choices,” Thomas Wiard, head of France 24’s engineering department, explains.

    Eolementhe© is the portal for creating media file workflows designed by Videomenthe. The multi-provider platform offers, amongst other options, transcoding, analysis and audio loudness correction tools, the incorporation of technical and editorial metadata, the delivery of files (object storage with secure, accelerated upload in either manual or automatic mode), quality control and the generation of reports where required, etc.
    Eolementhe’s design also provides a highly modular solution, which has allowed France 24 to customise its workflow. Taking its needs into account, two workflow stages were chosen: Quality Control and Delivery. The media file is simply uploaded to Eolementhe© and the workflow is implemented. Interra Systems’ Baton® tool performs quality control on the content generated by the different solutions tested, then precise, detailed reports are sent by mail and via the portal, enabling the quality of the different videos to be compared. In this way, Eolementhe© makes it possible to carry out comparative Quality Control on the encoding performance (video and audio) of several tools.
    Videomenthe is also carrying out advance preparation work on test plans for France 24, so that the platform is ready to be operated by all types of users. In fact, the extremely user-friendly interface means that all that has to be done is to drag and drop the blocks required or to select your model that has been saved earlier (or shared by another user) to construct your workflow and process your file.

    So Eolementhe©, running in SaaS mode, makes it possible to outsource tasks that, while crucial, are subtasks, without having to draw on resources used in production, and this can be achieved at reduced cost. France 24 was therefore able to avoid purchasing an on-premises solution that would be disproportionately oversized for this type of project.

    “Eolementhe© is not just a tool for processing media files. We designed Eolementhe© with the purpose of meeting the needs of several different media workflow scenarios, to be able to offer a genuinely professional solution to all broadcasting professionals,” Videomenthe CEO and founder Muriel Le Bellac explains.
    She adds: “So by delivering Eolementhe© to France 24, at our French POS level, we also hope to assist the delivery of the high-calibre news service broadcast by the international TV channel”.

  • TSF uses the VideomentheCloud platform to transfer its files during filming in Montpellier

    Videomenthe today announced that TSF, the supplier of film footage to cinema, broadcast and advertising professionals, has used the VideomentheCloud collaborative media content sharing platform during the shooting of a film pilot in Montpellier (South of France). Used mainly to transfer the footage to post-production in Paris, VideomentheCloud permitted the secure, encrypted, expedited transfer of the files during the fortnight of filming, facilitating the work of the teams in Montpellier and Paris.

    “The VideomentheCloud platform is an intuitive tool that is simple to use”, says Danys Bruyère, TSF’s Deputy Director for Operations and Technology. “As well as solving the issues of mobility and reducing our infrastructures, this sharing platform gave us thorough control over all of our content during filming, providing complete visibility and traceability and avoiding any loss of files or wasted time. Most of the file transfers were of film footage, so it was crucial not just to preserve quality, but also to save time in the post-production phase, by ensuring the rapid availability of the files. So Videomenthe was able to offer us a reliable solution in step with these needs, in the form of its VideomentheCloud platform”.

    VideomentheCloud, based on the proven MediaShuttle tm system from Signiant, allows users to share content rapidly and securely in a restricted-access storage area provided by Videomenthe. Upstream, the system administrator carries out a simple configuration to customise the interface and establish the access rights: selection of group members, their rights and the method of identification (using a login or SAML2.0 gateway). The user then connects to the portal and ingests files to the platform to make them available. This content can then be downloaded or can equally well either be stored or purged, according to need.
    This ease of deployment allowed the TSF film crew to transfer a large number of files (an average daily volume of 850GB) to post-production, helping to improve the productivity of the operation. In fact, TSF’s use of the VideomentheCloud platform is a typical example of the current needs of film crews, who have to transfer footage to distant post-production facilities rapidly and cost effectively. More generally, this also applies to broadcast professions as a whole: digitisation is becoming essential and generates a large increase in the number of files needing to be processed.

    “With VideomentheCloud we are also offering great flexibility: our clients are free to choose how long they want to commit to, allowing them to benefit from a very attractive price for optimal use of the platform. TSF is a perfect example of this, making ad hoc use of VideomentheCloud to transfer its files during filming in Montpellier. By providing this solution to the Paris-based company, Videomenthe has demonstrated its ability to update this type of operation and to simplify its clients’ work for them, Videomenthe Sales Manager Eric Schaffner explains. “We are keen to be able to collaborate with TSF again in the future and so to be involved in this way in the development of French broadcast productions,” he added.
    The software publisher and distributor also enables the processing of media files (transcoding, QC, loudness...) as well as making them available in its Cloud via its Eolementhe© portal.