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ingest

(ĭn-jĕst′)
tr.v. in·gested, in·gesting, in·gests
To take into the body by the mouth for digestion or absorption.

in·gest′i·ble adj.
in·ges′tion n.
in·ges′tive adj.
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GML has used the batch ingest method most frequently.
264/mp4; audio--aac/mp4) before it is uploaded, or alternatively it will be transcoded by Avalon during the ingest process to specifications configured in Matterhorn (see Constituent Parts of Avalon).
This larger vision witnessed the launch of Etisalat's new HD and 3G-capable HDTV playout centre that is entirely file-based from ingest to playout, with low-res and high-res workflow, cross-function control using a media asset management system as well as state-of-the-art rights management and scheduling along with the most modern multicast playout technology.
So in addition to workflow definition, there was also the challenge of specifying the system components and processes of a central MAM, which could not only work with a production format but also have the necessary interfaces and connectors capable of cross-process integration in all areas of the workflow, for example, ingest, transcoding, scheduling and traffic management, processing, archiving and playout.
For the first time, broadcasters and media operators can utilise a single integrated system, Omni-Bus' iTX Enterprise Suite, to unify and streamline ingest, media management, workflow organisation, schedule management, asset management, automation, master control and playout to TV, radio and the Internet.
The iTX Enterprise Suite integrates the following areas of functionality into a streamlined, inter-related and highly automated end-to-end process flow: Ingest and media management; workflow management; asset management; advanced schedule management; radio streaming; and advanced automation and playout.
With its flexible configuration, PlayMaker can ingest six cameras or combine a 75-frame super-slow-motion camera with three additional cameras.