We’re out with Vidispine 4.7 on the official repo, in the support portal together with the .NET SDK, and of course on AWS Marketplace and Azure Marketplace. There are of course new features, e.g., support for IMF, and a new and shiny command line tool. We are working hard to make your products better and life easier.
Hard work and dedication from our fine development team resulted in another marvellous version of Vidispine. We’re up to Vidispine 4.7, and we give you vsctl, the new command line interface, IMF import support, Google Cloud Storage and much more. You can download 4.7 from Vidispine’s official repo, in the support portal (login required) together with the .NET SDK, and spin it in seconds on AWS Marketplace and Azure Marketplace.
vsctl – the new command line interface
With Vidispine 4.7 you’ll get a new and improved command line interface called vsctl. vsctl can be used to inspect and control a running Vidispine server. It is targeted at operations and developers working with Vidispine. You can read more about vsctl in part 1 and part 2 of our vsctl sneak previews.
IMF import support
We are continuously improving the support for codecs and formats. In Vidispine 4.7 we have added support for IMF Import, the Interoperable Master Format from SMPTE, now used by among others Netflix. We support import of IMF with a new component, the DescriptorComponent. Read more about it in the IMF Import sneak preview, or in the API Documentation.
Oh joy, there is more!