Recently Philippe Brodeur, CEO, Overcast HQ was interviewed by our accounting partner, Beyond. The full content can be acessed on here. “Outsourcing for me is all about fractionality […] When […]
Royal Opera House Sings the Praises of Cloud-based Orchestrated Workflows ! The Overcast HQ‘s Cloud MAM solution for the Britain’s Royal Opera House has been selected as a case study by MovieLabs for demonstrating principles of the MovieLabs 2030 […]
Overcast was featured in the DPP Media Supply Festival Demo Zone over the 7th and 8th of September.
We presented our demo alongside the best media providers from around the world and you can find our Media Pipeline Management demo video below.
Adobe Premiere Pro is video editing software that has been widely in the film/TV industries for many years — now it’s increasingly being used by enterprises too as they use video to grow their brand.
Overcast has added brand new features to our Premiere Pro integration, to save you time and effort when working on your video projects.
In this news article, we outline the new features and show you where to download our integration.
Innovation is essential in today’s fast-changing technology-dependent business environment. An ever-increasing number of companies are using video for marketing, sales, internal communications, training, tutorials, and many more business functions.
But video requires collaboration and we’re in an age where remote working is more the norm than the exception. So, how can teams collaborate effortlessly on video if they are in separate locations?
Overcast recently went head to head with some of the best tech companies in Europe on a tender for SVT – Sweden’s national broadcaster.
The big news is that Overcast was the only company to score 100% on the technical requirements of the tender, beating Sony, Frame.io, ioGates, Dalet, Limecraft, Spotterfish, and Klash.
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We’re delighted at the media interest in our recent announcement that we, in collaboration with Kinsense, have been granted €1.5 million under the Irish Government’s Disruptive Technology Innovation Fund to develop VISP: Video Intelligent Search Platform. This platform will use artificial intelligence to categorise and understand content for the security and entertainment markets. The three-year collaboration is expected to create 46 jobs.
Dublin Tech Companies Kinesense and Overcast announce €1.5m in funding for disruptive AI video platform
Irish tech companies, Kinesense and Overcast announce €1.5m in funding under the Government’s Disruptive Technology Innovation Fund. The companies are jointly developing a cloud-native platform that uses Artificial Intelligence and […]
IBC 2019 is only a few weeks away and we are delighted to be attending as part of the Amazon Partner Network. Yes, that’s right, we’ll be on AWS booth 5.C80 from 13–17 September in Amsterdam. AWS has published a teaser blog post about the technological advances in video creation and distribution they will be showcasing.
Overcast HQ is delighted to announce that we have been selected by AWS (Amazon Web Services) to exhibit in their booth at IBC 2019, which will take place from 13th to 17th September in Amsterdam. This is the second time this year the AWS team has selected us to exhibit alongside them. In April AWS chose Overcast HQ from technology companies worldwide as only one of 12 key tech enterprises to be on the AWS booth at NAB 2019 in Las Vegas.
Overcast HQ is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for the inaugural UX Awards in Ireland. We’ve been recognised in the category of UX Achievement in Productivity & Utilities.
“Overcast’s partnership with Avid part of plan to go global. ‘Google Docs for professional videos’ cited as one of 40 start ups that may change the world.” — The Irish Times. CEO Philippe Brodeur told Ireland’s premier broadsheet, “The fact that we are working with two of the biggest companies in the market — Avid and Amazon — is testament to the quality of our product.”
April 2019 was a very exciting month at Overcast HQ! We played our hand in Las Vegas and won. We attended two global trade shows and announced major partnerships with Avid and AWS. While in Nevada, Overcast CEO Philippe Brodeur was a panellist on IABM TV’s discussion about trends in content creation.
Overcast HQ has been named in Streaming Media Europe’s top 101 companies lighting up the online video industry: the 2018 Streaming Media Europe 101 list. Every year Streaming Media shines a spotlight on the 101 most interesting, important and influential companies in online video. This year the list includes Apple, Google, Amazon and Sky as well as Overcast.
Overcast HQ, a leading provider of cloud-based video collaboration software, is proud to announce that it won the ‘Best In Show’ Award at NAB 2018. Overcast HQ founders Philippe Brodeur […]
Overcast is pleased to announce that we have released our product to AWS Marketplace. Called “Video and Digital Asset Review and Approval” the SaaS application is designed to help those […]
“We’re like an enterprise YouTube. Videos are big, complex files. When YouTube solved video sharing and viewing for the consumer, we were all able to watch video on our PCs and phones,” said Brodeur.
Enter Overcast, an ambitious startup that wants to be the Google Docs for video.
Founder Philippe Brodeur says that when videos are uploaded to Overcast’s cloud system, the file is formatted to play on any device.
“Google Docs For Video” – that’s how the Irish Sun referred to Overcast’s cloud video collaboration platform.
Irish B2B video sharing platform Overcast has announced that following a €500,000 investment, it is to create 70 jobs in its Dublin office over the next three years.
Interview on RTE Morning Ireland business news.
AN IRISH STARTUP that provides a ‘Google Docs for videos’ has raised €500,000 from investors, and it plans to use the funding to hire dozens of staff.
Video collaboration platform Overcast is to hire 70 people over the next three years after raising €500,000 in its latest funding round.
Dublin-based startup Overcast has announced it will hire 70 new staff in a major expansion.
The company announced the jobs following a successful funding round in which it received €500,000.
Video collaboration platform Overcast said it will add 70 jobs in the next three years after it raised €500,000.
The Irish start-up, which launched its services last year, also plans to expand into new markets with its product.
Overcast, the video collaboration platform headed by Philippe Brodeur, plans to hire 70 people over the next three years after raising €500,000 in its latest funding round, it was announced today.