Dalet, a company that provides technology and service to media-rich organisations, has announced significant updates to its Dalet AmberFin, its definitive product in image quality for transcoding. The Dalet AmberFin release features seamless integration with cloud-native Dalet Flex media logistics and Dalet Pyramid unified news operations platforms.
New transcoding capabilities that elevate the user experience, along with successful completion of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Foundational Technical Review, solidifies Dalet AmberFin’s cloud excellence, keeping it at the forefront of conversion innovation and the leading scalable media processing technology for preserving artistic intent.
“Enhanced media processing capabilities and seamless integration with Dalet Flex and Dalet Pyramid solutions elevate user experience, support mobility, and expand workflow options,” says Patrick Devlin, Product Manager for Dalet AmberFin.
“Dalet AmberFin sits at the heart of the rapidly evolving streaming workflow. Because it is a cornerstone technology for our customers, we are focused on its continuous improvement and integration in the wider ecosystem.
“This release threads the recognised Dalet AmberFin conversion quality and media processing technology across our flagship SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions, Dalet Flex and Dalet Pyramid.”
As a critical pillar of these solutions, Dalet AmberFin bridges the gap for Dalet customers who need a fully cloud-native media ecosystem with proven end-to-end production and distribution workflows that can support any existing or emerging market vertical.
Patrick elaborates: “It is no longer sufficient to simply take an on-premises system and run it on EC2 instances in the cloud. Customers want cloud-native applications that can take full advantage of containerised services, scale up and scale down and the security best practices in the cloud.
“Dalet AmberFin’s advanced ingest management and conversion combined with elastic cloud resources enables enterprise users to cost-effectively facilitate large-scale projects.”