Wearable cameras bring more video to the police force

All over the world, wearable cameras are becoming a part of police officers' toolkits. The benefit of wearable cameras is twofold. First, recorded interactions will provide impartial evidence to any complaints filed against the police, and second,...


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Video: Wainhouse interviews Qumu’s Vern Hanzlik

Qumu’s Senior Vice President and General Manager, Vern Hanzlik, was interviewed by Wainhouse Research Director Steve Vonder Haar about the direction Qumu is moving, our recent brand development and the impending release of the Video Control Center 7.0....


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Six ways to improve your video content ingestion workflow

Video ingestion is the backbone of video content management. Without it, you’d be lost in a sea of files and unintelligible names. At its core, video ingestion is the process of capturing, transferring, and storing video files in an organized manner...


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Are you using storyboards for your enterprise video?

Storyboards help videographers and editors visualize a video project. They include drawings, sketches, or pictures and narratives that tell a story.  While working on your enterprise videos, using a storyboard will save time and help to organize your...


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Gartner’s first Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Video Content Management is a milestone for the industry

    Gartner's Magic Quadrants have long been a mainstay for Enterprise IT and C-Level management in helping them make strategic business decisions. Behind each report is a deep understanding of the landscape for that particular market space -...


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A simple solution to clear up enterprise video traffic

London-based designer Yoni Alter came up with a simple yet effective solution to an age old problem. We've all experienced it. You’re in a hurry to get down the escalator and some knucklehead is clogging up the left side with their nose stuck in their...


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Leverage the value of B-roll in enterprise video

In video field production, The A-roll is the main footage that you use in your video such as interview footage - taking heads or someone speaking into the camera. B-roll is comprised of cutaways or the clips that you use to illustrate what the person is...


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Infographic: The Evolution of Content

Content is evolving. It's been on an accelerating march of progress - kind of like Moore's Law - whereby the growth per decade in the value of content to business is growing exponentially. You can get a sense of this evolution from the infographic above....


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Metadata: it’s not just for internet searches

When we use the term ‘metadata’ with regard to a video, we're usually talking about textual information that goes along with the video. That metadata (like keywords, tags, titles, descriptions, and even annotations and captions) helps search engines...


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Don’t let your valuable video get lost in a network jungle

For the first time in 35 years, a new species of mammal, the olinguito, has been discovered. That’s amazing in and of itself, but the really incredible part? Not only was evidence of the olinguito discovered in a museum, there was evidence that an...


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