A cloud-based asset management and workflow automation tool for television production and archive management is called Limecraft Flow. Limecraft services are used by producers, post facilities, and broadcasters all around the world to store, organize, and securely exchange content and crucial production data.
Limecraft automates time-consuming processes like as ingestion, logging, transcribing, subtitling, and mastering. Thus, media managers, editors, and journalists can analyze a lot more information in a short period of time. Producing and distributing many versions at little cost enables producers and distributors to reach the widest possible audience.
The execution of some phases of a workflow can be transferred to one or more local instances of Limecraft Cloud Connector, even if workflows are managed and visualized centrally using Flow. As a result, a hybrid on-premises/cloud arrangement is created. wherein cloud-based collaboration can easily be integrated with local processing and storage.
Flow keeps track of all versions when original footage is kept on tape robots, edit proxies are stored on shared edit storage, and low res proxies are stored in the cloud. Limecraft automatically relinks to the high-res fragments when editors operate remotely on low-res proxies and return the bin file to flow.
The Limecraft platform can be used for promotions and marketing, OTT, VOD, and social media publishing even though it is primarily geared toward the acquisition, production, post-production, import & QC, archiving, distribution, and syndication stages of the supply chain. Limecraft enables users to search, locate, share, comment, evaluate, and approve materials, including video and subtitles, and distribute them. It is ideal for production and creative teams (factual production, drama production, creative video, and post production).