Play the Unplayable – say hello to GLIM! 

Remotely play mezzanine and professional-grade media files in a web browser 

You can massively increase your team’s productivity with GLIM, a groundbreaking technology that remotely plays mezzanine and professional-grade media files in a web browser. 

GLIM is available now! 

Huge delays in workflows and hours are wasted every day downloading files just so they can be played back. GLIM was built to solve these well known remote work challenges. 

“Without GLIM, seeing, hearing and understanding the technical properties of media libraries from remote locations has been nearly impossible. With GLIM, you can now play the unplayable,” said Scott Matics, Director of Product Management, Telestream. “Our customers tell us they’ve wanted a product that could do this for years.”

GLIM is perfect for ingest QC, Engineering, Master Control, news, postproduction, and more. Plus, the GLIM playback experience is vastly superior to remote and virtual desktop techniques

Result: a massive increase in productivity. 

The GLIM engine is built for remote playback of common broadcast quality containers, codecs and resolutions including varying fps, audio channels and color space combinations. GLIM has been engineered to playback high resolution and high bit rate media files over bandwidth-constrained internet connections such as working from home while connected to a VPN. GLIM allows users to not only play large media files, but GLIM supports inspection of containers, video, audio, and metadata properties. 

GLIM leverages proven standard technologies to display media in a browser that requires no additional software to be installed by the client. The GLIM engine contains a plugin architecture to interact with Vantage and other third-party systems via web service (REST) calls. This feature is quite significant because it allows users to customize how GLIM works within their specific environment. 

GLIM is priced very competitively with support for playback, frame scrubbing & stepping and display of file properties and metadata.  

Request a trial, and we’ll introduce you to GLIM. 

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