Transcode Smarter

With transcoding playing such a key role in the lifecycle of a production, the many (mundane!) hours logged performing this utilitarian chore may seem unavoidable. Whether it’s the creation of mezzanine files for editorial, crunching down rough cuts for review and approve, or QC of final deliverables – transcode is there, keeping your team moving forward. Let CHESA analyze your transcode requirements and distill your many hours of manual labor down to a button click, leaving the monotonous work to the systems and the smarter work to the humans.

Special Delivery

Not long-ago, broadcast television and physical media were the primary – and, practically, the sole – platform and delivery
method in existence. These days, the sheer number of broadcast, OTT, and social media platforms are as numerous as they are diverse – globally feeding a ravenous on-demand appetite of eyeballs and intellects on every conceivable device. Delivery, on the other hand, is now an all-digital landscape consisting of accelerated file transport services and Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), along with simple web uploaders. Add the latest livestreaming capabilities to the mix, and you realize the necessity of having an expert in digital delivery logistics like CHESA on your side. We’ve got your special delivery covered.

We need somebody on the forefront that understands our needs and looks out for us. CHESA knows all the players and knows the right direction to take. And that’s key to our time management. We don’t have time to run around trying to figure things out.”

- Kevin Leonardo

Director of Event & Video Production
U.S. Figure Skating

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Continue Following this Blog Post for Live Updates! On Friday, December 10, 2021, CHESA received notice that there is a vulnerability with Log4j. “Log4j is a Java-based logging audit framework within Apache. Apache Log4j2 2.14.1 and below are susceptible to a remote code execution vulnerability where a remote attacker can lever...

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