Klewel launches automated webcast solution28.01.2014 12:28
Klewel’s brandnew Triskel v1.0 is a webcasting solution that makes automatic referencing, editing and publishing a reality.
Last Thursday Klewel publicly launched Triskel v1.0. Triskel is a comprehensive webcasting solution, complete with an audio-visual recording station linked to a web platform that makes it possible to automatically reference, edit and publish content (audio, video, slide shows). Each event is accessible anytime, anywhere (at home, at the office or elsewhere) and can be viewed on all types of media: computer, mobile phone, tablet, etc.
Vincent Bozzo, responsible for technical developements at Klewel comments on the launch of Triskel v1.0: „It has been more than 3 years of work to develop a software that is user-friendly and everything is automated in a sense that no manual editing is needed. Without the v1.0, the processing and editing part was done semi-manually. Finishing the v1.0 is very important because I’ve spent quite a lot of time during my career at Klewel doing the manual processing steps. So, I know how much work it is and how long it takes for an operator to webcast a conference. Therefore, I clearly see the added value of a user-friendly interface that we developed.”
For our customers the new version means a lot more freedom. Triskel owners are now able to manage the flow from the capture to the end delivery entirely by themselves, without having to possess a degree in media editing.
New features of Triskel v1.0 include:
Simple and fast editing
Users can easily select your recordings after they enter the web interface. They can group them in any order they prefer, create a webcast and edit all this in a very short amount of time. They can preview their work and publish the results instantly. To manually do all this would take weeks even for professionals. With Triskel solutions, it can be done in less than hour, by anyone.
Klewel implemented a simple way to remove all unwanted slides in seconds while keeping the original message untouched.
It might happen that the operator of the capture station starts/stops a recording session incorrectly. For instance, he starts to record a few seconds to early or lets the applauses at the end a little bit longer than expected. Klewel implemented a feature to trim the recordings, so the unwanted parts can be removed at the beginning or at the end.