Top Content Management Systems
Media Entertainment Tech Outlook | Friday, April 09, 2021
Video content management systems have sprung up to help enterprise brands handle their own videos for internal and external use.
FREMONT, CA: By 2022, the enterprise video content management market is estimated to be worth 13.3 billion dollars. Video content management systems have sprung up to help enterprise brands handle their own videos for internal and external use. Below are the top ones:
Agile Content offers users the resources they need to produce ‘just-in-time’ content and continuous output. Users will offer a customized experience using the platform's traffic analysis and audience segmentation systems. It also includes a non-structure database and a full-delivery stack based on big-data technology.
Ustream is an enterprise video content management solution with artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities that IBM acquired in 2016. Watson Captioning is a new feature that helps you to translate video speech to text. The Watson Captioning function analyzes the audio signal's composition and applies knowledge of grammar and language structure to transcribe video expression accurately.
Internal video contact, employee video training, and an enterprise live video stream are all available via Brightcove's enterprise video suite. IP restriction, URL tokenization, and Single Sign-On (SSO) are among Brightcove's video platforms' security features. These features ensure that the video content reaches the intended audience.
SRT (Secure Reliable Transport), an open-source video streaming technology that offers the highest quality video stream over the most unreliable networks, is used in Haivision's enterprise video platform. To preserve the accuracy of the video stream, SRT accounts for packet loss and fluctuating bandwidth. SRT encrypts the video streams to ensure that they are only accessible to the people who need to see them.
Genus Technologies provides a single platform for managing all of the content, whether it is video, audio, images, or files. Genus Technologies offers digital asset management (DAM) and Media Asset Management (MAM) tools to record, control, and distribute video content across agencies, platforms, and locations as IBM and Kofax accredited partners. Users may also use the framework to streamline their operating processes.