As a child, I achieved one of the typical American-boy rites of passage early on: I tempted fate by pressing two of my fingers together when a drop of
Super Glue fell on one of them, to see whether
they would stick together. Boy, did they ever.
In the streaming industry, the “glue” we use
isn’t quite as painful—nor does it require copious amounts of acetone or nail polish remover
to disconnect digits—but it serves a similar purpose by tightly binding together portions of our
typical streaming workflows.
In this article, we look at a few key areas where
workflow management tools have the best chance
of automating an ordered sequence of tasks or
processing steps, so that human resources can
be focused in other areas. The stickiness factor,
which is part of the decision between buying or
renting a workflow automation solution, boils
down to a few key areas.
Is Your Workflow Designed for Live Events?
In a few workflow automation solutions that
are more akin to master control solutions for
By Tim Siglin