Leading localization and digital distribution provider, ZOO Digital will unveil ZOOvault, an ultra-secure way to store TV and movie content and order digital distribution deliveries in new languages and formats, at NAB 2016 this month in Las Vegas.
Powered by ZOO's revolutionary technology, ZOOvault combines the advantages of secure, centralized cloud storage with an easy-to-use, cost effective online ordering system. Video, audio and image files are kept under stringent security in ZOOvault, from here they are conformed ready for localization, packaging and delivery to any online platform such as iTunes, Amazon or Netflix.
In a few clicks an authorized user can place an order for a title to be adapted for their chosen online platform in any language. The innovative ZOOvault system reuses existing media content and identifies if additional metadata needs to be captured. It also indicates any new language variations required, including dubbing as well as subtitling, and any source assets which need to be converted into different formats. Those that are missing are localized in each required language, before the content is encoded and packaged for delivery to the requested platform.
ZOOvault is just one of ZOO Digital's connected global content services that will be showcased with live demonstrations throughout NAB 2016, 18 to 21 April. These include digital distribution, subtitling, captioning, metadata creation and localization, dubbing, artwork localization, workflow and new services in enriched metadata preparation and eScreener streaming.
ZOO President Gordon Doran commented:
"ZOO Digital is one of the few providers now comprehensively equipped to offer a complete, end-to-end service for every element of digital distribution and localization and ZOOvault is key to this..."www.zoodigital.com