Subtitles have the ability to enhance your content, allowing it to reach a wider audience. Processing and delivering subtitles can be a complex task, but Rally can help by automating and streamlining the workflow.
The addition of asset hierarchies, one of Q2’s most notable updates, is one of several enhancements that make it easier for users to both manage metadata and leverage it for more efficient handling of assets.
Every year we get to provide customers with their Net-Zero Supply Chain reports: real data on the carbon emissions created by their use of Rally and certifying that we’ve made their Rally supply chains completely carbon neutral. This year, the data surprised even us! Here's why.
No matter how much you automate your media factory, there will always be reasons for manual touchpoints in a media supply chain. Here we take a closer look at common — often essential — use cases in which manual involvement can be expedited through AI analysis and time-based metadata.
The single most important question for any media operations leader in a viral-driven, real-time market is this: Can you respond? Interestingly, the answer depends on your infrastructure, and possibly your mindset around it.
What do SDVI's 2022 numbers tell us about M&E supply chains? Organizations continue to move to the cloud to increase business agility, leading users to take advantage of the Rally platform's flexibility and intelligent optimization.
How do you optimize a supply chain that requires sophisticated specialized media processing? The answer lies in automation and intelligent orchestration that allows formerly manual repetitive tasks can be automated, accelerated, and scaled to meet any level of demand.
If you’re unable to get content from point A to point B quickly, you may not be able to deliver on a deal. What does it take to make your media supply chain resilient? How can you ensure that it is reliable, available, and scalable?
Fast, cost-effective content localization enables media organizations to move faster in delivering culturally relevant content to new markets and audiences. Leveraging the agility and efficiency of virtualized cloud infrastructure, media companies always have access to the resources they need to say yes to more global content projects.
The media industry is undergoing a radical transformation. It’s more important than ever to be able to make fast decisions, execute efficiently, and shorten time-to-revenue. Media companies face an infrastructure imperative: embrace virtualization and a cloud model or risk not being able to deliver what consumers want.