Before you go crazy, we’ll preface by saying no, we don’t think it’s dead. However, as the indie market seemingly dries up--blockbuster or bust right-- it isn’t hard for many to equate the film festival to something akin to an art showing where buyers place bets on the next Monet that ultimately turns out to be the next Marla Olmstead.
2015 was major and not just because Adele dropped her latest album. As a company, MediaSilo made bold moves that pushed us to the next level in secure sharing and collaboration. As we continue to evolve, we also want to reflect on the key moments that we feel are worth recognition in 2015.
Below is a look back on our favorite moments, client achievements, blog posts, and releases of the year.
At MediaSilo, we pride ourselves on helping you perfect your post-production workflow. We’ve created a robust secure video sharing platform to bring you over the finish line of any project. But we get it. You’re busy. You need to get from point A to point B with as little distraction as possible. As a result you might not know quite everything there is to know about MediaSilo. If that sounds like you, we’ve highlighted a few features that may have flown under your radar and could ultimately prove to be extremely helpful in making your day less busy.
Check out a few things that could prove to be a lifesaver in your constant pursuit of streamlining your process.
Ever wondered what MediaSIlo was but didn’t want to pull the trigger on a trial or demo? Or Maybe you use MediaSilo but only do like... two things and you’re too busy to figure out the rest. You might even just need lingering questions answered by our dedicated product expert. Whatever the case might be, this webinar series seeks to touch on the obscure, awesome, and “lifehacker-y” capabilities our tool.
Below are the first wave of our webinars under the “Schooled” banner. As interests grows, we will add additional topics to suit the needs of our audience. Learn from a pro on how to create everything from a beautifully branded sales reel to optimizing a video sharing workflow for large global production teams
Developers rejoice. Apple TV now allows engineers, tinkerers, and everyone in between to build apps against its API. As usership grows for Apple TV, the opportunity to reach your audience via their television specific app may prove to be crucial. That’s why MediaSilo has created a step-by-step guide to building your own tvOS application. So far, companies have developed apps ranging from in-home security monitors, workouts video apps, or video libraries. The options are limitless. Not sure if building an app is worth it? Read our reasons why we think it totally is!
The latest leak of a screener from the highly anticpated "Constantine" and "Arrow" crossover episode, is one of many such leaks that have plagued the television industry recently. As concerns around content security grow for media companies, various methods to prevent leaks have risen in urgency.
Currently, the preferred method for safeguarding video is watermarking. At the moment, there are several types of watermarking methods used readily throughout the film and entertainment industry -- some more secure than others. Make sure you know your options so you can determine the optimal tradeoff between security, cost and user experience when sharing pre-release content.
In case you missed our announcement, MediaSilo now offers integrations. Working with content creators, we've known for awhile just how hectic productions can be and how many tools are used to keep everything on track. With Webhooks and Zapier now tied into our tool, connecting to 400 apps has never been easier.
With the nearly limitless possibilities integrations has created, sometimes thinking about the right one for your team is hard--- leaving you with an integrations setup that’s more redundant than helpful.
Below are examples of MediaSilo integrations you should take for a test drive if you’re looking to simplify and connect your media seamlessly.
We're no stranger to Slack here at MediaSilo (we use it in our offices religiously) so when talks of supporting integrations arose it was a natural conclusion that Slack would be one of the many apps we'd want to integrate with in some fashion.