- Manage VOD schedules for multiple platforms
- Easily copy schedules from one platform to another
- Schedule archive content by setting a fixed window E.g.: "Schedule all the episodes of this series in the iTunes and Netflix platforms from 1/1/2017 to 31/12/2017".
- Change scheduling dates of archive contentIndividually or in bulk.
- Define the asset/version to use in each entryIndividually or in bulk, by specifying an asset type.
- Define VOD rules for each piece of contentRules will automatically create VOD schedule entries relative to linear transmissions. E.g.: "Schedule each episode of this series 3 days after the 1st TX in March in prime time in my linear channel".
- Target multiple platforms with VOD rules
- Flexible exhibition window definitionSpecify the exhibition window both with fixed dates or with dates relative to linear tranmissions.
- Scope TXs to a specific one or use them allE.g.: "the 3rd TX in all channels" or "all TXs in this specific channel".
- Scope considered TXs to a given time rangeE.g.: "all transmission in the ABC channel from 1/1/2017 to 31/12/2017".
- Limit or exclude episodes from VOD rules
- Use a rolling pattern in a VOD rule to ensure that only the most recent N episodes are available in VOD
- Automatically schedule one or more seasons of a show as soon as a new one goes on air on a linear channel
- Override start/end dates of catch-up entries
- Revert overridden dates in catch-up entriesTo get back to sync with the VOD rule again.
Movida is a complete and web-based scheduling solution for Video On-Demand services. Rights management and VOD scheduling across multiple platforms, devices and territories have never been easier.
- Use the same asset/version from the linear TX
- Or use the most recent asset/version of a given type
- Manage VOD schedules using Excel import/export
- Powerful search for VOD schedulesFilter by dates, content, platforms, licensors, requirements, metadata, etc. Filtering can be done positively or negatively, e.g.: "Show me all catch-up entries from the series Lost that are not scheduled in the Xbox platform".
- Keep the filters you use the most at handSo that finding content to work on it's just one click away, e.g.: "Not published content with rights issues for nordic platforms".
- Access to a full historical record of deleted entries
- Powerful visual editor for VOD schedulesWork with individual platforms in a given time range. Drag/drop entries to change dates, quick access to rights windows, rights status, etc. Schedule new content or unschedule it.
- Print a platform schedule from the visual editor
- Visually change dates of multiple VOD schedule entriesAnd make them stagger, e.g.: "Schedule 2 new episodes each Monday and Thursday. The first 2 episodes will start on 1/1/2017 and all of them will finish on 31/12/2017".
- Find content with rights to add to the VOD schedule
- Find content that has never been scheduled in a platform
- Use archive rights to schedule archive content in a clickExploit your rights to the max.
- Organise platforms by teamsAnd restrict access to their VOD schedules to specific teams in your account.
- Multi time zone supportHave people in different countries scheduling content efficiently in platforms across the world.
- Define your own rights dimensions Typical dimensions include: business models (AVOD/TVOD/SVOD/EST), territories, devices, etc.
- Record multiple sets of rights for the same content E.g.: "SVOD rights for US in 2017" and "TVOD rights for UK in 2018".
- Record rights at standalone title level
- Record rights at series level
- Limit rights to certain episodes of a seriesE.g.: for the pilot episode of a series.
- Group rights for series/titles under umbrella deals
- Add content to deals using Excel avails files
- Powerful deal search Filter by platforms, licensors, business model, device, territory, etc.
- Define custom metadata at deal levelE.g.: licensor's contact details.
- Define blackouts (negative rights)Date windows when the content cannot be scheduled on specific platforms, territories, business models, etc.
- Flexible target platforms definitionEither by selecting individual platforms or indirectly, via configurable rights dimensions: "applies to all SVOD platforms in UK".
- Define license windows with fixed start/end dates
- Define license windows relative to linear transmissions (TXs)
- Catch-up rightsRights applying before or after a linear transmission happen. E.g.: online exclusive one day before linear transmission.
- Catch-up rights for specific linear channels
- Catch-up rights for specific TXs repeatsE.g.: "use the 3rd linear TX within this date range as reference".
- Record comments alongside rights
- Define specific clearances for individual episodesE.g.: seek clearance of music rights separately.
- Define exploitation limitsMaximum and minimum number of days the content can be exploited within overall rights window.
- Define parity restrictionWhether content must be scheduled with the same dates on all the platforms the rights apply to.
- Define utility limitsMaximum number of episodes of a series that can be online at the same time.
- Define repeats restrictionsWhether episodes can be repeated before the whole series has been scheduled.
- Define reruns limitsMaximum number of allowed reruns per title in the same platform.
- Schedule content without rights Before rights have been secured. Clearly identify entries in VOD schedules not complying with recorded rights.
- Filter VOD schedules by rights statusCleared, in conflict, clearances pending, no rights. E.g.: "Show me all Warner Bros titles with rights in conflict, scheduled for Spain in 2018".
- Rights availability reports E.g.: "what content do I have rights for, to schedule on SVOD services in the UK in January 2018?"
- Rights exploitation reports E.g.: "how much of the available rights of specific content have I exploited?"
- Audit log for every change made to rights
- Manage editorial entities and their metadataBrands/shows, series/seasons, collections, titles (episodes, features and clips), assets/versions, and contributors and credits, support for trailers in packages.
- Hierarchical catalogue, with field inheritance and override.
- Support for external ID schemes such as EIDR.BeBanjo is an EIDR Contributor.
- Manage technical entities and their metadataSegments/cue points, images, renditions, audio tracks and subtitles.
- Import content using an Excel file
- Export your catalog to Excel
- Powerful catalog searchFind content by name, external ID, content type, licensor, tags or metadata.
- Link images to editorial entitiesTarget images to a specific set of platforms. Adjust images with the built-in editor: rotate, flip or crop them to the pixel. Drag-and-drop a bunch of images from your computer to quickly upload them.
- Flexible internationalisation (i18n) supportEnter content titles or contributor names in different languages: "Star Wars" and "La guerra de las galaxias". Users can then set their preferred content language.
- Support for trailers in packages
- Audit logKeep track of every change in the catalog: who did what and when.
- Manage segments/cue points in assets/versionsSegment are defined specifying start–end timecodes in the 00:00:00.000 format.
- Attach playlists to VOD schedulesA playlist is a succession of assets or segments that are meant to be played as a unit.
- Add any asset or segment to a playlist
- Manage playlists in bulkCreate playlists for multiple schedule entries and add content to all of them at once.
- Filter VOD schedules by the content of the playlistsE.g.: "Show me all the entries in the iTunes schedule with a playlist containing this Coca-Cola ad".
- Playlist templatesA template defines a number of common entries shared by multiple playlists. Templates can then be assigned to VOD schedules.
- Find and replace common content in multiple playlists
- Create Sequence jobs from VOD schedules
- Keep track of the job progress from MovidaVOD schedules linked to Sequence show detailed progress: is it completed? What's pending? Have we received the missing asset?
- Filter VOD schedules by the status of the jobE.g.: "Show me all the entries that have been completed in Sequence".
- Rights availability reportWhen does the license start/end? How much of the license range has been used? E.g.: 50% would mean it has been scheduled only half the time licensed to be scheduled.
- Export to Excel files for maximum flexibility
- Play history reportHow many times has the title been scheduled in the given period? How many days has it been online?
- Volumes report for a set of platformsAmount and duration of the scheduled content.
- Easily invite multiple users at onceBy sending an invitation via emails, and specifying whether the user has access to Movida, Sequence or both and its role (full access or limited).
- Browse active/invited users in the current account
- Deactivate an existing user from the current account
- Integrate with external identity providers (e.g., Okta) for Single Sign-On (SSO) with the SAML protocol
- Users can set their own name, login and password
- Group users in teamsUnlimited teams can be created, they are identified by a name and the same user can be member of multiple teams. Ability to rename or remove teams.
- Set the right privilege level (e.g., admin, owner, user) for each user
- Powerful HTTP APICreate, read, update and delete any entity in Movida's data model via a secure, authenticated, RESTful web service HTTP API.
- Extensive documentationAvailable at docs.bebanjo.com
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