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Sneak Preview – We Give You More Fantastic VSA Configurations

Well yes, it’s time for some pre middle ages holidays in Sweden. While we sing silly songs and having a blast, you get to read our final sneak preview of Vidispine 4.6 before release (also having a blast). This time you will get more goodies around VSA in a Vidispine clustered configuration.

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Sneak Preview: More Efficient Image Sequence Handling

Another sneak preview before the release of Vidispine 4.6. It might be the last before release, but keep your eyes open for another one to be sure. Vidispine 4.6 contains an important database schema change when it comes to handling image sequences. The result is much better efficiency and smaller database.

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Three Simple Methods to Invoke the Vidispine API From .NET Code

Binagora is on fire and returns with another guest post. We know we have a bunch of developers on .NET, therefore we created a .NET SDK. This post shows how you can invoke the Vidispine API from .NET, using the SDK or using standard .NET classes. All with example code.

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Sneak Preview: Improve Performance Using a Read-only Instance

Besides clustering for high availability, we are also working on supporting clustering to improve performance. Vidispine 4.6 will support setting up read-only instances, possibly connected to asynchronous database read replicas or database snapshots, to expose a read-only API.

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How to do Cropping and Scaling Using Javascript

The Vidispine transcoder first crops, then rotates, then scales. This post is about how to use Javascript and some equations to emulate doing scaling before cropping. Brush up on your math skills and dive right in.

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How to migrate your Vidispine MySQL to PostgreSQL

We have seen that the existing MySQL to PostgreSQL conversation tools you can find are not always 100% successful. To make sure that your Vidispine database is successfully converted read this post on how to migrate your existing Vidispine MySQL database to PostgreSQL.

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Sneak peek: Content Templates in Vidispine 4.5

We have some sneak peeks on future functionality of Vidispine for you. First out is Content Templates, arriving in version 4.5. Content Templates is an easy and flexible way of optimizing data retrieval from Vidispine. The use of content templates will decrease delays, payload size and the burden on your database. We think it’s a winner.

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Learn how to Build Your Rock-Solid Enterprise Video Solution – Pt 2

You got your metadata, your storage and your multiple video formats in order, and are on your way to create a rock-solid video application. Now we would like to introduce you to a few more things to consider. Let’s use this second part to talk content structure, workflows and scalability for your video application, all needed to get to the next level.

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How to Set Up OAuth 2.0 Support in Vidispine

The support for OAuth 2.0 tokens is new in Vidispine 4.4. Learn how to develop web applications without having to administer your user’s passwords, using for example Azure AD or the Google API. We made this to make the integrations with your existing systems easier.

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How to Bridge The Cloud Gap With the New Vidispine Server Agent

Vidispine Server Agent combines the Vidispine Transcoder and an Agent for local content into a bridge between your cloud Vidispine instance and on-premise essence. This means you can keep your original assets safely on-premise while still enabling a Vidispine cloud solution.

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Learn how to Build Your Rock-Solid Enterprise Video Solution – Pt 1.

Do you want to build a video application, and want to make sure it is enterprise grade? From storage to high availability, our video fanatics will help you find your way around common pitfalls and mistakes in a multi part blog post. This is the first post where we go through storage, metadata and video formats.