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NEWS MANAGE & MONITOR Media management Digital Nirvana has announced the integration of its Media Management Platform (MMP) with Pikolo Systems’ Incident Tracker, a tool for incident logging and resource management. MMP captures content from multiple sources and publishes it to digital platforms and monitors the video and audio for quality and compliance. Integrating the two systems will provide operators with an immediate visual reference, within Pikolo’s GUI, of the video broadcast at the time of a reported problem. “Users want to know immediately what was broadcast at the time of a discrepancy,” said Hiren Hindocha, Digital Nirvana co-founder and chief executive. “With this integration, they will see immediately what was broadcast at the exact point it occurred. For example, if an encoder goes down in a station, an operator will receive a report saying where and when [it happened]. With the Pikolo/Digital Nirvana integration, they can also see video of what was broadcast precisely [at that moment].” The integration will be shown for the first time at NAB (booth SU8813). MAM Metus has integrated its media asset management system with the Adobe Anywhere collaborative workflow platform. Using a Metus plug-in users will be able to access all Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Prelude CC projects, and their assets and thumbnails, created while using Adobe Anywhere. It will also allow teams to create an Adobe Anywhere production from assets stored within the MAM via a drag-and-drop from the asset manager. Simon Williams, senior director of business development at Adobe, said: “The integration with the Metus MAM solution provides our customers with a collaborative editing experience that further complements the Anywhere workflow.” The Metus MAM plugin creates Anywhere assets while retaining the marker metadata. The Adobe Anywhere server automatically streams high quality video streams on the fly to Premiere Pro for playback and frame accurate editing on client machines. 32 | KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 100 APRIL 2015