With a library of over 2,000 hours of video, French Radio Television Committee (CFRT) management decided to set up a full-fledged digital library containing all its productions since 1948.
Provide access to the widest possible audience, both in-house and externally, for all or a specific part of CFRT program recordings.
Organize all the audiovisual by content, medium, rights, etc. in order to facilitate notification.
Facilitate access and searches within the CFRT database.
Avoid supplementary costs for duplicating audiovisual files to physical media.
Enables a specific description of audiovisual files according to their nature, content, and copyrights.
Offers an intranet and Internet interface featuring search functions along with instant viewing and retrieval of videos based on user access rights.
Manages file storage in multiple resolutions.
Digitizes all audiovisual files for faster storage and processing.
Adaptable to any legacy archive management system to ensure smooth operation.
Full text and multiple-criteria searches for optimal retrieval time.
Saves time and improves productivity through video previews, thereby reducing the transmission of physical files.
Optimizes the production of new programs by offering access to existing audiovisual tapes.
Leverages archive resources among both in-house and external users via the Internet.
Intranet viewer interface accessible to the widest possible audience.
Customized documentation interface.
To continue to offer new services to Net Surfers using the existing footage over new channels.
To implement Video On Demand and Edition On Demand with preview of video extracts and illustrative photographs.
A user-friendly interface to search for videos to be put on line.
An XML file accompanies the video for easy web pages updating.
Preview of extracts in low resolution streaming to increase speed of consultation.
Simplified creation of video extracts and extraction of photographs in order to illustrate the contents.
Automatic transcoding of video into required format is transparent to the user.
An advanced interface to manage audio-visual rights covering all possible uses.
Manual or automatic publication.
Platform from which it is possible to evolve towards multipublication, to provide an even wider range of services.
Automated transcoding of the file in relation to its end use.
Optimum publication process.
Increased services for the Net Surfers.
Automatically updated website.