Telestream to introduce new GLIM remote media player

Novel solution plays mezzanine and professional grade media files from anywhere in a browser

Telestream announces the introduction of its new GLIM remote media player. Designed for ingest QC, engineering, master control, news, postproduction, and more, GLIM enables media professionals to play full resolution, mezzanine grade media files from their centralized storage over the internet from a web browser.

Source: Telestream

GLIM was built to solve well known remote work challenges where remote employees waste hours every day downloading mezzanine grade media files just so they can be played back. Many collaborative video production applications require transcoding prior to uploading to the site. GLIM allows users to play files immediately, from a browser interface, without any delays caused by transcoding and uploading. It supports playback, frame scrubbing & stepping and display of file properties and metadata. The GLIM playback experience is vastly superior to remote and virtual desktop techniques.

The GLIM engine is built for remote playback of common broadcast quality containers, codecs and resolutions including varying fps, audio channels and color space combinations. GLIM has been engineered to playback high resolution and high bit rate media files over bandwidth-constrained internet connections such as working from home while connected to a VPN. GLIM allows users to not only play large media files, but GLIM supports inspection of containers, video, audio, and metadata properties.

GLIM leverages proven standard technologies to display media in a browser that requires no additional software to be installed by the client. The GLIM engine contains a plugin architecture to interact with Vantage and other third-party systems via web service (REST) calls. This feature is quite significant because it allows users to customize how GLIM works within their specific environment.






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