FileCatalyst's UDP-based file transfer technology transfers digital media at maximum rates without being impeded by network impairments, such as latency and packet loss experienced with TCP/IP. While TCP/IP forms the backbone of the Internet and is the basis of popular FTP and HTTP protocols, it is far from ideal for sustained data transfers. The FileCatalyst protocol offers incredible speed gains versus traditional methods, allowing users transfer speeds of up to hundreds of times faster than FTP.
"With the tight integration of FileCatalyst with the FORK Production Suite, the process of ingesting and distributing media assets for broadcasters, post-production houses, production facilities, and corporate media departments will be much faster and a better overall experience than with traditional file transfer methods," said
The FORK Production Suite is a world class media asset management (MAM) and automation toolset - complete with live, tape and file-based ingest, unlimited descriptive metadata logging and multi-field search, real-time proxy generation, lo-res editing, and craft editor integration – but it's also a powerful facility management framework that integrates with nearly all major broadcast hardware.
"Broadcasters and media professionals who are using FORK for automation or asset management are always looking for faster and more efficient ways to get the job done," said
Primestream®, a leader in advanced automation and asset management software, offers a seamless end-to-end platform for the acquisition of live and file-based digital content, editing, logging, control room and master control playback, Web publishing, smartphone video contribution, and archiving. Primestream's proven solutions are implemented by some of the world's leading broadcasters, uplink service providers, online digital media operations, corporations, and production/post-production facilities, and are ideally suited for multisite operations. More information is available at primestream.com.
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