Microsoft Media Platform Content Manager pulls together an end-to-end video workflow that allows you to create live streaming events, transcode on-demand content, manage and publish video, edit video, and insert mid-roll advertisements.
"This open-source release can be used by enterprises, educational institutions, and broadcasting companies to manage their video assets using a lightweight and highly-customizable solution built on SharePoint 2010 and Microsoft Media Platform (MMP) technologies, including Silverlight 4, IIS Media Services 4.0, and Expression Encoder 4," the Redmond company stated.
"The MMP Content Manager is one of four MMP frameworks optimized around IIS Smooth Streaming and its open-specification adaptive streaming file format, known as PIFF (the Protected Interoperable File Format, adopted by the likes of Ultraviolet and Netflix). It greatly simplifies the workflow for complex video streaming events, such as PDC 2010 and the types shown on the IIS Media Case Studies page," the software giant said.
The MMPCM infrastructure enables users to:
- Define, edit and approve or reject video assets
- Transcode video into different formats
- Broadcast Live Events
- Insert Ads on Live Event transmissions
- Edit videos online right within MMPCM
- Publish videos to external players
So you want to stream live and on demand video? But how do you create it, stream it, edit it, manage it and monetize it? In the video below you can see how MMP Content Manager pulls together the end-end video workflow to allow you to accomplish all of these. From creating live streaming events, transcoding on-demand content, managing and publishing video, editing video or inserting mid-roll adverts, the MMP Content Manager does it all.
You can download Microsoft Media Platform Content Manager from Download Page.
[Via: Chris Knowlton's Blog]