A cloud native Just-in-Time (JiT) playback initiative has been launched by Codemill at IBC. JiT enables the migration of high bandwidth media workflows to the public cloud and is integrated with the firm’s Accurate.Player and Accurate.Video products.
Rickard Lönneborg, CEO, Codemill, said: “Media organisations need to maximise workflow agility, accessing content as and when needed. At the same time, they need to maintain complete control of their editing and QC processes. We have developed the JiT initiative following feedback from our customers on their media processing requirements.”
JiT enables real-time playback of full resolution media, directly from the cloud without needing to generate web proxies. Codemill says it has been built with resource efficiency in mind, using a unique auto-scaling capability. JiT spins up and down on-demand, keeping cost to a minimum and without impacting the user experience.
JiT supports low-latency playback of technically challenging media formats and codecs, such as Apple QuickTime ProRes/MOV and MXF, including XDCAM HD and JPEG 2000, directly from Amazon Web Services S3 cloud storage. Users can playback and edit media and time-based metadata, using Codemill’s Accurate Player and Accurate.Video cloud-native applications, using a standard web browser, from any location. The JiT initiative includes support for audio scrubbing, frame-stepping, multichannel audio switching and can display multiple subtitles on-screen, with extensive keyboard controls.
Stand Number: 6.C11