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BeBanjo loves InvestInSpain

July 31st, 2012

InvestInSpain

After a year of hard work we’ve finalized the project for which InvestInSpain has granted us the subsidy over a year ago. Specifically, the project has been co-financed by the Sociedad Estatal para la Promoción y Atracción de las Inversiones Exteriores, S.A. and by the European Fund for Regional Development (FEDER).

The project “Multiplatform Metadata Management and Delivery” for which BeBanjo applied with INVEST IN SPAIN for a subsidy, deals with the challenges of distributing a single set of (video-related) metadata to multiple platforms. In a world where some content providers and broadcasters need to publish their content to many destinations, this is a real problem.

The product that we’ve been able to develop with the help of the subsidy, is on its way to become one of the stars of the company, and positions BeBanjo in Europe (and soon the US) as a one-stop-shop for the management and publication of Metadata for video-on-demand.

More information about the product will be made available in the near future on BeBanjo’s product page.

Originally published by Bastian Manintveld.

Filed under Business

New in Sequence: Filtering jobs by task status

April 18th, 2012

As part of our efforts to make managing Video On Demand operations easier and faster, we have just released a new and highly requested Sequence feature: it is now possible to filter jobs by their tasks’ status (pending/completed). We hope this feature will help our customers to work faster!

The new filter is in the filters area and contains all the tasks that are part of any of the company’s task templates:

Task Filters

The filter is quite easy to use: a tri-state checkbox is shown beside each task for users to choose which jobs to display based on their tasks’ statuses.

The example below shows how a user would display only the jobs which tasks Encoding and Quality Controlled have been completed and which task Metadata is still pending, independently of the status of task “Distribute”:

Tasks and Statuses

This is how the results page looks like after applying a filter by tasks status:

Sequence Filter

Of course, this new filter can be combined with any of the existing ones (by tag, licensor or assigned user) for an even more powerful filtering experience.

We hope you like it!

Originally published by Pablo Alonso.

Filed under Tutorial