With the HP team, TXTOmedia tested existing written content from HP's CCMS (Tridion Docs) and turned it into localized videos. The challenge is to speed up the time to market while decreasing costs. After extensive piloting, these results proved to be positive. As a result, HP took TXTOmedia's Video Creation Cloud into production.
TXTOmedia's Video creation Cloud connects with Tridion Docs to receive the DITA files, with associated images directly. The VCC's Document Parser first checks the content and detects whether it deals with a new title, with an update of an existing title, or with a localized version of an existing title in order to reuse and version existing content.
The Technical Documentation teams now create topics for print, PDF, e-pub, and video all at the same time centrally within their Component Content Management System; RWS Tridion Docs. A dedicated DITA format is sent off to TXTOmedia's Video Creation Cloud. This is the exact same content as used for other publications, but associated with additional metadata for publication purposes later. Technical writers control this process from creation to adjusting the video preview until they're satisfied and hand it over to the video team.
The Video Creation Cloud (VCC) has turned the DITA topic into a call sheet/video script, created the audio fragments, and created an Adobe Premiere Project file. It's now up to the video team to create clean, non-audio video fragments and add them to the VCC or download the Adobe Premiere Project and work offline. Once the video fragments or the Adobe Project is uploaded to VCC, the system will automatically cut and render the video title(s), saving loads of editing time and stimulating consistency & the reuse of (expensive) video fragments and other media assets.
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