The COVID-19 Pandemic has Compelled a Shift to Cloud-based Video Workflows for Remote Production and Distribution

The COVID-19 Pandemic has Compelled a Shift to Cloud-based Video Workflows for Remote Production and Distribution

The Media and Entertainment (M&E) Video Transcoding Market is Seeing More Opportunity for Virtual Solutions

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14-May-2021
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Research Code: K5C0-01-00-00-00
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This Frost & Sullivan study analyzes the global media and entertainment (M&E) video transcoding market (the base year is 2020). Video transcoders are used to convert content from a single input source to a wide array of output formats, definitions, resolutions, and file or live formats. This enables video to be delivered to diverse networked and handheld devices. Video transcoding also refers to the process of converting uncompressed or compressed content to a different compressed format or significantly repurposing the content, typically in the context of a digital media workflow. M&E video transcoders are distributed through direct sales as well as through value-added resellers and system integrators. For the purposes of this study, Frost & Sullivan has identified 2 major video transcoding segments—production and multiscreen/video on demand (VoD). Video transcoding customers classified in the production segment use video transcoding in post-production and archiving applications, and the key customers are post-production studios. The multiscreen/VoD segment comprises Pay TV operators, over-the-top (OTT) service providers, broadcasters, and Internet-only video services. Typically, multiscreen/VoD transcoding involves the creation of optimized video streams for unicast or multicast distribution of video to primary screens, connected computers, devices, and second/third screens. Video transcoding solutions are found in hardware, software, and software-as-a-service (SaaS) form factors. As the digital media ecosystem evolves to include more content and video processing technologies on a multitude of devices, many vendors are updating their video transcoding solutions from hardware to software and SaaS to remain agile and cost-effective, although some legacy hardware solutions will remain a constant in the market. The market experienced a downturn in revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the budgetary problems that most content providers faced due to global safety measures such as social distancing and lockdowns. However, it is expected to recover over the next 2 years as video transcoding will remain a business-critical technology in the M&E space. The fate of the market is tied to the improvement in workflows and delivery as an increasing number of formats and devices take shape in this mature domain. Through mergers and acquisitions, the market has seen some stiff competition and the entry and the exit of vendors. The global performance of M&E video transcoders varies by region, and this study performs an in-depth discussion on the key regions—North America and Latin America (NALA); Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA); and Asia-Pacific (APAC). The study also identifies 3 growth opportunities and discusses the trends and the revenues associated with the multiscreen/VoD and the production segments and breaks down the revenue split by form factor.

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Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the M&E Video Transcoding Market

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis

Market Segmentation

Key Competitors

Key Growth Metrics

Distribution Channels

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Forecast Assumptions

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Region

Revenue Forecast Analysis

Revenue Forecast Analysis (continued)

Revenue Forecast Analysis (continued)

Revenue Forecast Analysis (continued)

Revenue Forecast Analysis (continued)

Revenue Forecast Analysis (continued)

Revenue Forecast Analysis (continued)

Revenue Forecast Analysis (continued)

Revenue Forecast by Segment

Revenue Forecast Analysis by Segment

Pricing Trend Analysis

Pricing Trend Analysis (continued)

Pricing Trend Analysis (continued)

Percent Revenue by Form Factor

Percent Revenue by Workflow

Percent Revenue by form Factor and Workflow Analysis

Competitive Environment

Market Share of Top Participants

Market Share Analysis

Market Share Analysis (continued)

Market Share Analysis (continued)

Market Share Analysis (continued)

Market Share Analysis (continued)

Key Growth Metrics

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Region

Revenue Forecast Analysis

Revenue Forecast Analysis (continued)

Market Share of Top Participants

Key Growth Metrics

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Region

Revenue Forecast Analysis

Revenue Forecast Analysis (continued)

Market Share of Top Participants

Growth Opportunity 1—High-density Transcoding for the Streaming of Live Events, 2020

Growth Opportunity 1—High-density Transcoding for the Streaming of Live Events, 2020 (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—Powerful Transcoding for AR/VR/360 Video, 2020

Growth Opportunity 2—Powerful Transcoding for AR/VR/360 Video, 2020 (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3—Cloud-based Video Workflows for Remote Production, 2020

Growth Opportunity 3—Cloud-based Video Workflows for Remote Production, 2020 (continued)

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This Frost & Sullivan study analyzes the global media and entertainment (M&E) video transcoding market (the base year is 2020). Video transcoders are used to convert content from a single input source to a wide array of output formats, definitions, resolutions, and file or live formats. This enables video to be delivered to diverse networked and handheld devices. Video transcoding also refers to the process of converting uncompressed or compressed content to a different compressed format or significantly repurposing the content, typically in the context of a digital media workflow. M&E video transcoders are distributed through direct sales as well as through value-added resellers and system integrators. For the purposes of this study, Frost & Sullivan has identified 2 major video transcoding segments—production and multiscreen/video on demand (VoD). Video transcoding customers classified in the production segment use video transcoding in post-production and archiving applications, and the key customers are post-production studios. The multiscreen/VoD segment comprises Pay TV operators, over-the-top (OTT) service providers, broadcasters, and Internet-only video services. Typically, multiscreen/VoD transcoding involves the creation of optimized video streams for unicast or multicast distribution of video to primary screens, connected computers, devices, and second/third screens. Video transcoding solutions are found in hardware, software, and software-as-a-service (SaaS) form factors. As the digital media ecosystem evolves to include more content and video processing technologies on a multitude of devices, many vendors are updating their video transcoding solutions from hardware to software and SaaS to remain agile and cost-effective, although some legacy hardware solutions will remain a constant in the market. The market experienced a downturn in revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the budgetary problems that most content providers faced due to global safety measures such as social distancing and lockdowns. However, it is expected to recover over the next 2 years as video transcoding will remain a business-critical technology in the M&E space. The fate of the market is tied to the improvement in workflows and delivery as an increasing number of formats and devices take shape in this mature domain. Through mergers and acquisitions, the market has seen some stiff competition and the entry and the exit of vendors. The global performance of M&E video transcoders varies by region, and this study performs an in-depth discussion on the key regions—North America and Latin America (NALA); Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA); and Asia-Pacific (APAC). The study also identifies 3 growth opportunities and discusses the trends and the revenues associated with the multiscreen/VoD and the production segments and breaks down the revenue split by form factor.
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Author Melody Siefken
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