What’s New with MediaPro 2.0?

During April’s NAB Show, Digital Nirvana introduced Version 2.0 of the MediaPro content repurposing system.  This new version includes advanced clip search capabilities and clip editor functions, as well as the ability to record content and share it easily on social media platforms and the cloud.

With the importance of social media in the information sharing landscape of today, MediaPro 2.0 users benefit by quickly being able to cut, clip and share with social media sites, including Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

Using Digital Nirvana’s Open Media Appliance hybrid server platform, MediaPro 2.0 enables multiple users to record up to hundreds of channels, then edit, clip, and publish content in real time. MediaPro offers a wide variety of hybrid input options including: SDI, ASI, IP, QAM, ATSC and the ability to record encrypted HD content with Digital Nirvana’s cable card technology.

Content can be exported to Flash, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264 and XDCAM. Web-enabled search can be based on keywords, program titles, descriptions and textual metadata. MediaPro is compatible with all standards-compliant web browsers and does not require the installation of Active X.

This solution is so straightforward that even non-technical staff can record from broadcast and cable channels and easily produce hi-res, HD broadcast-ready clips to repurpose and monetize content.

To find out more, check out the video below of Digital Nirvana’s head of sales, Arco Groenenberg, discussing the features of MediaPro 2.0 from the NAB show floor. You can also read more about the solution by visiting the MediaPro product page.


Earlier this year at NAB, Digital Nirvana showcased the latest version of its Open Media Appliance, a true hybrid appliance that offers excellent price performance. With the ability to accept multiple input formats in one unit, the versatile server is the platform for the MonitorIQ broadcast monitoring and MediaPro content repurposing systems.

Open Media Appliance is a feature-rich 2- or 3-RU platform that accepts a wide range of inputs, including SD/HD SDI, ASI, ASI-IP, ATSC, and QAM. Supported formats include 50 Hz, 60 Hz and DVB-T/C/S2. A unique feature of the server is Digital Nirvana’s cable card technology, which allows users to record from encrypted cable feeds in full HD. This allows for direct cable and off-air antenna recording and expansion on up to hundreds of channels. The server also delivers 30, 90, or 360 days of low-res or 1, 7, or 14 days of high-res storage. It also includes NAS Connect, allowing users to push recorded files to storage and then easily manage and search recorded media in the NAS.

The server is an industrial grade server with Raid 6HDD that runs on a Linux operating system, and it includes built-in redundant power supplies and system alerts.

With Open Media Appliance, users can do more with reduced hardware expenses. To find out more about this cost-efficient server, please check out the video below of Arco Groenenberg, Digital Nirvana’s Director of Sales, discussing Open Media Appliance from the NAB Show floor. You can also visit the Open Media Appliance product page here.

Fremont, CA, June 5, 2014 – Digital Nirvana will showcase a broad portfolio of leading media monitoring solutions at the International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC) Summit, June 11-12 in Amsterdam. AMEC is the growing global trade body and professional institute for agencies and practitioners who provide media evaluation and communication research. 2014 marks the second year that Digital Nirvana has been a Silver Sponsor at the event.

Digital Nirvana is an end-to-end service provider specializing in TV and Radio content acquisition, media analysis, and custom reporting for media monitoring companies. Digital Nirvana also provides back-office services, such as media content management, data services, content conversion, tagging and reporting. Its key offerings in the media monitoring space are coding and news report generation, which includes the monitoring, and clipping of TV and radio content from local, national and global news.

“Our comprehensive approach to media monitoring – especially in the area of broadcast monitoring – is what makes us unique,” said Vishnu Beri, COO of Digital Nirvana. “Now media monitoring firms can turn to one source for fast, cost-effective broadcast content acquisition, processing and delivery on a global basis.”

Digital Nirvana will demonstrate services for media analysis, media content management, news report generation, broadcast news summarization, and transcription at the AMEC show. The company also offers a range of products used by leading global  broadcasters. These products include the MonitorIQTM Broadcast Monitoring System, AnyStreamIQTM Live Stream Monitoring Solution, MediaProTM Content Repurposing System, FIFOProTM Ingest Back-up System and RAD SuiteTM (Repeat Audio Detection Systems.)

Learn more at www.digital-nirvana.com.

About Digital Nirvana

Since 1996, Digital Nirvana has been empowering customers with innovative knowledge management technologies. By combining media and digital technology expertise, Digital Nirvana makes it possible for organizations to streamline operations and gain competitive advantage with advanced product and service offerings. The company’s product portfolio includes the industry-leading MonitorIQ broadcast monitoring system, AnyStreamIQ OTT monitoring solution, and the MediaPro content repurposing system. A comprehensive service portfolio includes media monitoring and analysis, market intelligence and analytics, and learning management services. Digital Nirvana is headquartered in Fremont, California with offices in Hyderabad and Coimbatore, India. For more information visit https://digital-nirvana.com.

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For more information, contact:

Robin Hoffman
Pipeline Communications
277 Valley Way
Montclair, NJ 07042
Cell: (917) 763-8069

Vishnu Beri
Digital Nirvana
3984 Washington Blvd. Suite 355
Fremont, CA 94538-4954

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