Dalet has expanded integration of the Interra Systems’ BATON platform to include the Ooyala Flex Media Platform. The new integration will ensure Dalet’s media workflow platform Dalet Galaxy five and Ooyala Flex Media Platform benefit from BATON’s automated quality assurance and compliance delivery.
BATON is Interra’s automated file-based quality control platform which uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to provide cloud and on-premises quality and compliance checks for video on-demand content.
“Dalet and Interra have had a long and successful partnership,” said Kevin Savina, director of product strategy at Dalet. “In the past five years alone, we have done over 50 joint Interra BATON and Dalet Galaxy projects, worldwide. This has been a very fruitful relationship and we expect this success to continue with the support of Interra Baton to the Ooyala Flex Media Platform, with the next major deployment being in India.”
With this new integration, Ooyala Flex Media Platform users will more effectively streamline their content supply chain, reduce costs and increase revenue. The platform, recently acquired by Dalet, can be hosted on public cloud infrastructure and leverages Microsoft Azure cloud technologies, both for compute and storage, as well as Video Indexer for artificial intelligence-driven metadata enrichment.
“Video quality is increasingly crucial in today’s competitive media and entertainment landscape,” said Bea Alonso, director of product marketing at Dalet. “The integration of our platforms with the industry-leading BATON quality control platform provides an automated solution for accelerated delivery of high-quality, tested content, opening the door for media companies to increase their operational efficiency and better monetise their catalogues, no matter their business model.”
Dalet Galaxy five and Ooyala Flex Media Platform customers using the BATON integration include Bundesliga, MBC Dubai, BBC Wales, ABS-CBN and NOS Portugal.