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In this chapter, we covered the rapid growth of Internet traffic and the increasing complexity of internetwork communications that create serious challenges for managing and distributing content along with solutions 15 will discuss in further detail the topics associated with managing your media assets, including content storage, virtual multicasting, and managing video-on-demand content
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CHAPTER
Managing Media Assets
o far this book has covered many topics, including digital devices, editing, preprocessing, indexing, and network congestion, to name just a few This chapter digs deeper into storing and managing your content, including video-on-demand issues
Exploring New Media Asset Technologies
At the IBC 2000 Exhibition, Sagitta demonstrated a large-scale storagearea network (SAN) in operation over several halls To implement this demonstration, Sagitta spent 5 to 6 weeks setting up both the IBM enterprise storage server (ESS) and the IBM fiber channel RAID storage server (FCRSS) in video production environments (see Figure 151) The objective of the IBC demonstration was to show that large media companies such as broadcasters and postproduction companies can implement production-level SANs using storage that can be managed centrally The demonstration used five partners, 5 TB (Terabytes) of storage, and 5 km of fiber-channel cable in a single SAN Sagitta has spent the last several years working in the video, postproduction, graphics, broadcast, and nonlinear editing markets It has developed a wealth of understanding of what these markets are looking for and trying to achieve
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Figure 151 SAN demonstrated at IBC 2000 by Sagitta and IBM
Essentially, the scope of new technologies in media asset management such as SANs can be broken down into four industry segments (briefly overviewed as follows, and dealt with in detail later in the chapter): Nonlinear editing in postproduction Both Sony and Lightworks use nonlinear editing applications that can benefit from storage area networks (SANs) incorporating centralized storage The Sony system can run two nonlinear editing machines that require that dualstream uncompressed video be sent to each machine The two machines share and edit video clips and then allow three DVD authoring machines to pick up the video clips and create a DVD master
Managing Media Assets
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IBC implementation at the IBC exhibition used the IBM FCRSS (Dolphin) connected to the Sony stand across 1 km of fiber-optic cable This type of solution is being used in departments within broadcasting companies, postproduction houses, educational establishments, and corporate media departments The main criteria for these systems are performance and a high level of availability
Broadcast and playout Once content has been created and is ready for playout, customers are looking for highly available storage systems that can deliver streams of video reliably via satellite or terrestrial feeds Both traditional broadcasters and outsourced playout centers have the same requirements Playout centers are looking to manage playouts for multiple channels, storing vast quantities of video and program information Typically, the vendors selected for these solutions are the ones that are able to supply highly available, enterprise-class products that can scale to Terabytes and remain manageable Content management and repurpose of assets A number of customers are looking to create new business models in which they can digitally store vast quantities of video and metadata that can then be repurposed and sold via a number of delivery systems While the material may be played out or simply transferred in a number of different formats, the baseline requirement is to store the material in the highest-quality format possible Since the business model is often an e-commerce environment, both high availability and performance are critical