[New York, NY and Waterloo, Ontario, May 18, 2021]
Production teams can now capture and transport video wirelessly to Grabyo’s cloud production platform using Dejero solutions
Grabyo has partnered with Dejero to provide broadcasters, publishers and content owners with a simplified end-to-end solution for remote video production and distribution.
Dejero’s mobile transmitters and video transport solutions are now integrated into Grabyo’s cloud video platform, which offers live broadcast production, live clipping, rapid editing and video distribution tools.
This joint solution enables production teams to deliver live content to multiple broadcast, digital and social platforms simultaneously from anywhere in the world.
Using Dejero’s remote contribution solutions, including the EnGo 260 mobile transmitter and the LivePlus mobile application for iOS or Android, video can be reliably transported to Grabyo’s platform wirelessly, thanks to Dejero’s patented Smart Blending Technology.
Smart Blending Technology creates a resilient internet connection by aggregating multiple networks into a single service. This allows for the transmission of high-quality live video with latency as low as 0.8 seconds.
Grabyo’s cloud-based platform is accessed using only a web browser. Once video is transported into the Grabyo platform, users can produce, edit and distribute broadcast-quality live streams and real-time video clips from even the most challenging locations.
Grabyo has direct integrations with all major social platforms and video players, such as Brightcove, Anvato and Comcast for direct video distribution. Grabyo is also integrated with multiple third-party production tools for live graphics authoring and audience participation features.
“We’re excited to bring this joint solution to market and provide production teams with a more flexible and robust way of working,” comments Mike Kelley, President of Americas at Grabyo. “Our mission is to future-proof video production workflows by building tools that are more accessible and easier to use. By partnering with Dejero we are able to remove the limitations that come with fixed-location productions, and create new opportunities to deliver more quality live video to consumers.”
“Dejero transmits high-quality, low latency live video to the cloud, enabling Grabyo’s flexible remote production tools to deliver professional and innovative content to digital and social platforms,” adds Yvonne Monterroso, Director of Product Management, Dejero. ‘Combining these two solutions provides a powerful set of tools that untethers production teams and paves the way for innovation.”
Driven by its vision of reliable connectivity anywhere, Dejero aggregates diverse connectivity paths including LTE and 5G cellular, satellite and broadband into a virtual ‘network of networks’ to deliver enhanced reliability, expanded coverage, and greater bandwidth using cloud-based technology. A two-time technical Emmy® Award winner, Dejero is trusted to solve the mission-critical live video transport and real-time data transfer challenges of organizations around the world. Founded in 2008, privately-held Dejero is headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. For more information, visit www.dejero.com.
Grabyo is the leading cloud video platform. Grabyo’s lightweight services are the future of broadcast – equipping partners with the tools to manage agile video distribution strategies across all major digital, OTT and social platforms.
Delivered as a SaaS platform and accessed through a web browser, Grabyo is trusted by major publishers and rights holders including UFC, Big 10 Network, NASCAR, Univision, DAZN, IGN, The Hollywood Reporter, Showtime, PBS, Real Madrid, LAFC, and Bellator; Grabyo’s SaaS platform is designed to help digital teams maximize their resources, with no additional software and limited training needed to utilize its browser-based tools.
The platform has strategic partnerships across OTT, social media and broadcast including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitch and Snap. in 2020, Grabyo partners created over 850,000 clips and 21,000 live broadcasts, generating more than 17 billion video views.