Search and tagging
Content creators can tag videos with specific topics, metadata, or speakers’ names to ensure users can quickly and easily search your enterprise video asset library to find the video file data they need. Paired with automatic, real-time transcription services, users can also skip ahead to the point in the video they want to view. At Vbrick, in addition to the above features, we offer personalized video recommendations to match users with the most appropriate content for a rich media-viewing experience.
Native video capture
Our enterprise video platform utilizes the most advanced peer-to-peer and video streaming protocols (like WebRTC and RTMP) to make it easier than ever for users to capture and share video content across your ecosystem. Users can record content directly from their browser or webcams and share it with other users in your network without requiring additional software or equipment.
Online video editing
System administrators and other authorized users can use advanced video streaming protocols and simplified approvals workflows to streamline the video creation process, making it easier for users to create, edit, and publish content. Enterprise video content databases will be free of convoluted workflows and out-of-date content, while end users won’t have to tinker with plug-in restrictions and additional software or hardware.
Real-time transcription and translation
As today’s hybrid enterprises expand their geographic footprint to include stakeholders from across the world, it’s more important than ever to offer enterprise content in the native language of each of your employees to create more inclusive video content for your global audiences.
Enrich your video content with real-time transcription and translation services to make videos more searchable and accessible to employees across your entire enterprise. Vbrick’s enterprise video platform enables translation of video content into more than 48 different languages.
Enterprise security and governance in the cloud
All video and audio file data stored in Vbrick’s enterprise video platform is encrypted and protected behind a security infrastructure bolstered by the industry’s highest data protection standards. System administrators can assign roles and leverage other organizational tools to determine who can upload content, whether that content requires approval from other users, and what methods should be used to store and share it.