Heading for IBC? Here is what’s New

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Introducing Computer Assisted Localisation

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Flow Limecraft Flow 1.2 update is live. Technical improvements and bug fixes. Small UI update.

How to save 30% of your edit budget?

Limecraft Edge is the ingest solution of choice for many Reporters, Camera Assistants and Data Handlers to manage their ingest workflow, i.e. executing the secure backup, pre-processing and transferring the rushes or semi-finished cuts. 

Limecraft Transcriber gets a complete makeover

Transcriber is an application for “Computer Assisted Logging” or “Assisted Transcription”, whereby as a user you can tune, edit and correct the automatically generated transcript. Used by journalists and archivists, Transcriber enables them to save up to 80% of the time to turn audio into text.

More efficient Logging & Collection Management

We’ve carefully listened to our customers and created an innovative solution for “Computer Assisted Logging”.

Limecraft at IBC 2015

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Limecraft – IBC2015 Innovation Award Nominee

IBC provides a platform for technologies and businesses powering the creation, management and delivery of media content for consumers. Year after year, IBC highlights the most innovative minds sitting at the forefront of the ever changing media industry. Not only is it THE technological innovative place to be, but we are also in the running for an Innovative Award in conjunction with dock10 and AVID. Our dedicated teams worked hard to bring the field dock solution to life.

The Case for Script Based Collaboration

In a modern production workflow, online tools enable different people to participate from different locations. Media files and production information, often separately stored and managed at different locations, need to be exchanged. Due to a lack of standards, producers rely on Facebook or exchanging documents via email. As a result, individual media fragments are hard to retrieve, reuse of content is expensive, and the overall production cost explodes as the number of distribution possibilities increases.

Limecraft secures €470k in Angel Funding

Limecraft has developed Flow, an online production platform aimed at professionals in the television and film industry. Flow is a cloud-based application used by creative staff to exchange concepts, scripts and video files. Using Flow, creative staff get control and visibility over their content much earlier, whilst getting an important head start on the edit. Because all information and media files are exchanged in real-time, a typical production is executed faster and more cost-effective.

Presenting Limecraft 'Flow'

Limecraft Flow for Factual is specially designed for production of non-fiction formats, i.e. documentary and magazine. “With this application, users access different sources to search and clip material fragments. By sorting and organising the material, the editor develops the story in a most convenient and intuitive way. During this process, Limecraft makes sure users can securely and easily share information and comments”, says co-founder and head of product development Nico Oorts of Limecraft.

Financing for Mediamap+

We’re happy to announce that with the co- funding by IWT (Agency for Innovation through Science and Technology) the financing of our Celtic research project, called MediaMap+ is in place. Mediamap+ researches ways to structure information in order to create a production and distribution chain for audiovisual assets as a prerequisite for the deployment of a real-time co-production environment. Both semantic technology and an innovative file format, capable of embedding structured information, are key to this media ecosystem for co-production as they increase the interoperability between systems, individual collaborators and different producers entering into a co-production.

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