RATP is providing its 46,000 EPIC agents with its new Photo-video library, designed by Opsomai, with more than 350,000 photos and 5TB of videos.
For this project, Opsomai has taken over the RATP's photo collections, so far managed by a photo library software, and integrated the management of video and audio funds into a single tool that offers two user interfaces: a back-end Office based on its Opsis Media software and a front office for all agents. This consultation portal integrates several tools for enhancing the photographic and audiovisual heritage of the RATP, with in particular an historical timeline and a selection of geolocated metro photographs on the map of the Paris network.
Opsomai was able to take advantage of its technical expertise in media processing, because more than 85% of the photographs included a horizontal or vertical information cartridge that RATP wanted to be automatically detected and deleted during the recovery.
This new platform is hosted as part of Opsomai's cloud offer and its access is secured by interfacing the Opsis Media software with the access control software used by RATP: Heimdal, which is based on the Kerberos authentication protocol.
Opsomai is hiring an IT Systems and Networks Engineer. Immediate and permanent hiring. For more details, please see our "Recruitment" page.
Learn how DAM can leverage the value of videos in Opsomai's founder's interview, which has been realized by Archimag magazine, for its ebook about DAM and its multiple benefits (in French).
Meet Opsomai at Deauville the 19th and 20th of June!
For the fifth year in a row, Opsomai partners with the Deauville Green Awards, the international festival of film productions on sustainability and eco-innovations.
On this occasion, Opsomai will provide the video platform of the festival, thanks to its software Opsis Media and its data centers: competing films upload, transcoding for Web consultation and selection by the jury members, and during the festival, management of the screenings of selected films in the two rooms dedicated for this purpose, and provision of computers and tablets in the video library allowing festival-goers to discover the 420 recorded films!
We are delighted to be one of the sponsors of the interactive eBook "The DAM, an essential solution to look after your image".
This innovative publication, developed by the Digital Agency of Archimag, intends to discover behind the scenes of this market, its offer, its solutions and its main uses. All while combining dynamic content, feedback and video interviews.
To access the content, you can register for free on the eBook Web page.
Meet Opsomai at Documation Trade Show - the unmissable annual event in areas related to information management and document processes - that will take place from March 19th to 21st at Paris Expo (Porte de Versailles – Pavillon 4.3).
We are looking forward to see you all at our conference on "360° multimedia communication by Opsomai" (Wednesday, March 20st at 4PM - Ravel Room), chaired by David Clemenceau, Opsomai’s founder. He will present the latest news from our full-featured media library software, Opsis Media, which allows public institutions and companies to manage all their media (videos, photos, audio files and print documents), archive them, index them and broadcast them securely across all internal and external communication channels, including social networks end streaming platforms.
Opsomai's team will wait for your visit at our booth C76, to exchange about your projects and show you a demo of the latest version of our Full Web DAM Opsis Media.
The Coimbra University in Portugal has just inaugurated the local replica of Timor-Leste's Web site designed by Opsomai, in order to provide Internet access to the audiovisual archives of this ancient colony.
CAMSTL (Max Stahl Audiovisual Centre for Timor-Leste) is in charge of the preservation and the communication of the audiovisual archives concerning « The Birth of the Nation » of Timor-Leste, starting with those filmed by Max Stahl during the 25 year long independence war. In 2013, CAMSTL asked Opsomai in partnership with Ina to install in Dili, Timor-Leste's capital city, an archives platform based on Opsis Media, in order to ingest audiovisual contents from tapes and editing stations, store and archive the resulting video files, index videos, define sequences, and provide an Internet access to these archives. Opsomai designed the whole hardware and software platform, and installed it at CAMSTL in Dili: 2 ingest stations, MAM with videos, stills and sounds, rushes management, support for 4 languages (French, English, Portuguese and Tetum), LTO backup, and of course training of local administrators and curators.
In 2016, Max Stahl established a partnership with the University of Coimbra, in order to host a replica of this Web site, with 2 main goals: to duplicate Timor-Leste's archives in a safe environment and to publish some of these videos on the Internet, because Timor-Leste Internet connections are not fast enough for external access. Opsomai installed this replica on the University's technical infrastructures and implemented a complex synchronization process between Dili and Coimbra: metadata are automatically synchronized through the Internet whereas media files are sent by Dili on the LTO tapes that are generated by Opsis Media.
Through its partnership with Pixagility, Opsomai provided Mont Blanc Live with its Opsis Media software to manage the videos of MB Live TV and to publish them on social networks.
This project is the first common project between Opsomai and Pixagility, since they inked their partnership in 2018. It fulfilled 2 requirements of Mont Blanc Live: managing the programs to be broadcasted by Pixagility's technical platform and publishing videos on Dailymotion and Facebook. Furthermore, Opsis Media's video editing module is used in order to produce new edits that are automatically published on Mont Blanc Live's Dailymotion and Facebook pages. Installed on Mont Blanc Live's premises in Thyez (Haute-Savoie), this MAM is connected to Pixagility's French broadcasting platform in order to provide to MB Live TV the video files that have been scheduled for broascast.
The Université Fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées opens for the new university term its video and multimedia objects management and distribution platform designed by Opsomai.
Created in 2013, the Université de Toulouse Fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées (UFTMiP) is a community of 17 higher education and research institutions. UFTMiP supports universities, Grandes Ecoles and research institutions by providing overall consistency to their different organizations and by pooling their activities and resources.
Opsomai's Opsis Media software has been integrated into the IT platform of each partner and interfaced with existing video capture devices. An Opsis Media plug-in has also been designed for the Moodle LMS (Learning Management System). Moreover, Opsis Media standard video player can now synchronize videos with slides and Web pages.
This shared media platform is hosted on UFTMiP’s private cloud and is connected to existing users directories (LDAP-CAS) so as to allow transparent access to all the project partners.
Meet Opsomai at Deauville the 19th and 20th of June!
For the fourth year in a row, Opsomai partners with the Deauville Green Awards, the international festival of film productions on sustainability and eco-innovations.
At this occasion, Opsomai will supply the video platform of the festival thanks to its Opsis Media software and its data centers: managing the projections of films in the dedicated rooms and providing the public with a Mediacenter of computers and tablets.
A workshop will be chaired by David Clemenceau on the 20th of June at 5 PM at the « Villa Le Cercle ».