Ateliere updates enhance factory level automation
August 25, 2022
Ateliere Creative Technologies, a developer of media supply chain solutions, has introduced new Ateliere Connect and Ateliere Discover capabilities that address legacy media supply chain fragmentation and limitations to modernize content sales, packaging, delivery and distribution for studios, content owners and publishers.
Ateliere Connect and Ateliere Discover are cloud-native, multi-tenant SaaS solutions that enable customers to manage their media assets and the media supply chain from concept to consumer.
Key capabilities introduced that continue to bring value for customers include:
Template Driven WorkflowsAteliere Connect manages metadata transformation, quality control (QC), and delivery instructions through a simplified tag-based template. Customers can easily deploy microservices and modernize the media supply chain with factory-level automation across the enterprise. New metadata management capabilities allow users to reference metadata and media from any title or version, providing full flexibility moving content through the media supply chain.
Ateliere has created package templates for over 100 of the most common over-the-top (OTT), broadcast and cable delivery destinations, including Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, HBO Max, Peacock, Sky, Star and more.
Faster Import and DeliveryAteliere has further streamlined its metadata import functions, reducing large catalog import times to mere minutes. This enables customers to onboard large libraries and immediately process sales orders, package and delivery. The popular Ateliere Custom Upload capability has also been further enhanced. The seamless experience automates custom ingest requirements with a single click.
Never Lose an Asset or TitleNew function-rich search features ensure Ateliere customers never forget what they are looking for. The unified search capabilities retain the most recent search parameters and results. New metadata and title filters available within the search function allow users to perform granular searches across content libraries. Additionally, search parameters and results can now be shared between users with a single click.