Imagen Adds Live Streaming Service in New Release

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Imagen Adds Live Streaming Service in New Release

Award winning media management and distribution platform now offers live viewing and capture to archive, plus clipping and publishing direct to social media.

LONDON — 22. 01, 2018 — Imagen Ltd have announced the introduction of live ingest to extend the capabilities of their leading video management platform, traditionally renowned for distributing large scale broadcast resolution archives for the top tier of global sports federations.  Once enabled, users can enjoy the full Imagen feature set, such as searching, clipping and downloading – and with the upcoming release of Imagen version 6, users will now also be able to watch and work directly with the live feeds.

The new live-to-archive streaming service allows users to watch and time shift live feeds from games and tournaments. Goals, incidents and highlights can all be clipped from the stream in real time and published to a subscribing audience or social media channels. The incoming ‘growing files’ are also captured by Imagen and added to the archive where they can be accessed and repurposed later.

Live feeds can also be logged in real time using Imagen’s Media Logger tool for rapid one click shortlisting of valuable sports media.

Responding to recently published research, such as the critically acclaimed “Beyond Live” white paper (in association with SportsPro), Imagen are accelerating the convergence of live and archive workflows, to deliver more efficient and economically scalable cloud based media management.  For example, sports media logging has traditionally been an office based task using expensive desk-top equipment, usually taking place long after the event has finished.  Imagen now offers the ability for remote teams to be creating match logs in real-time via a web browser, anywhere in the word.  Similarly, digital teams can splice segments from the live feed, pair with related clips in the archive and post directly to their twitter feed; enhancing fan engagement with exciting story telling.

“Our new live-to-archive feature takes Imagen into the live arena. Our customers can now view, shotlist, clip and archive live feeds to streamline media operations, reach new audiences on social media and distribute content to customers more quickly. Imagen has established itself as the industries’ most complete media portal – providing the central hub for any organisations media services – accelerating the convergence of live and archive workflows, to deliver more efficient and economically scalable cloud based media management.”

Charlie Horrell, CEO, Imagen

Award winning media management and distribution platform now offers live viewing and capture to archive, plus clipping and publishing direct to social media.

LONDON — 22. 01, 2018 — Imagen Ltd have announced the introduction of live ingest to extend the capabilities of their leading video management platform, traditionally renowned for distributing large scale broadcast resolution archives for the top tier of global sports federations.  Once enabled, users can enjoy the full Imagen feature set, such as searching, clipping and downloading – and with the upcoming release of Imagen version 6, users will now also be able to watch and work directly with the live feeds.

The new live-to-archive streaming service allows users to watch and time shift live feeds from games and tournaments. Goals, incidents and highlights can all be clipped from the stream in real time and published to a subscribing audience or social media channels. The incoming ‘growing files’ are also captured by Imagen and added to the archive where they can be accessed and repurposed later.

Live feeds can also be logged in real time using Imagen’s Media Logger tool for rapid one click shortlisting of valuable sports media.

Responding to recently published research, such as the critically acclaimed “Beyond Live” white paper (in association with SportsPro), Imagen are accelerating the convergence of live and archive workflows, to deliver more efficient and economically scalable cloud based media management.  For example, sports media logging has traditionally been an office based task using expensive desk-top equipment, usually taking place long after the event has finished.  Imagen now offers the ability for remote teams to be creating match logs in real-time via a web browser, anywhere in the word.  Similarly, digital teams can splice segments from the live feed, pair with related clips in the archive and post directly to their twitter feed; enhancing fan engagement with exciting story telling.

Charlie Horrell, CEO, Imagen said “Our new live-to-archive feature takes Imagen into the live arena. Our customers can now view, shotlist, clip and archive live feeds to streamline media operations, reach new audiences on social media and distribute content to customers more quickly. Imagen has established itself as the industries’ most complete media portal – providing the central hub for any organisations media services – accelerating the convergence of live and archive workflows, to deliver more efficient and economically scalable cloud based media management.”

About Imagen

Imagen helps sports organisations and media companies to manage and distribute their ever-growing media libraries – enabling fast, easy, secure and controlled access to content through a highly customisable content portal.

Speed to market, greater choice and ease of access are critical to maximising the value of sports content. Imagen allows rights holders to monetise near-live video assets more effectively via a premium content distribution portal. Offering pin-point time-based video searching, instant playback, online editing and high-speed file transfers Imagen also unlocks the full commercial potential in your archive.

With customers including the Premier League, IMG, ATP Media, Champions Hockey League, WTA and many more, Imagen implements a unique set of processes and technical expertise to ensure that video is managed in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible. As the sheer amount of video data grows throughout the world, Imagen strives to create a platform that can generate more revenue from legacy and near-live video – as well as preserving priceless sporting archives for the next generation of fans.

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