IBIS is focused on the design and delivery of media asset management systems for News, Sports and other Fast Turnaround workflows. Managing video and audio files, metadata and physical media is key to the iFind application set. Using dedicated applications and a web client, iFind brings together storage and production devices with third party scheduling, playout and CMS systems.
IBIS iFind is as powerful in the fast turnaround production process with its unique Live Logging application, iLogger, as it is in archive management and retrieval. iLogger provides instant validated metadata and EDL export against incoming live media – essential to the production process. iFind gives fast, multi-level searching across storage devices; embedded browsing, and control of the archive and restore process.
Asset Management for the 21st Century
A sophisticated Media Management solution based on cost effective, scalable and resilient IT technologies. The IBIS iFind application set features a simple to use interface which gives the user the ability to media manage a complete server and archive system from a web browser.
Ingest Live, Tape and File-based media
iAcquire provides a range of features to ingest content to video server systems from VTR, live source, XDCam disc or by file import. With process orientated user interfaces, iAcquire allows automation of routine tasks whilst retaining the flexibility to make last minute changes and start instant recordings.
Immediate Capture, Markup and Editing
IBIS iLogger has been developed out of of real workflow experience in the art of live event logging. From the Emmy award-winning ‘Triage’ system at CNN, through to the IBC Award Runner-up for ‘Highlighter’, iLogger is an intuitive live logging tool to capture points of interest and metadata as media is ingested.
News and Sports Playout
IBIS ServerPlay is a scalable, intuitive, application offering ultimate flexibility for News, Sports & Transmission environments where speed & reliability are fundamental. ServerPlay can control multiple video server ports from a single user interface. Clips can be played individually in any order, played in a block or looped.