Last Thursday was a very proud moment for Klewel. I can honestly say it was the start of a new era. The new era began yesterday by the public release of Triskel v1.0. This has been a long time coming, but nothing beats the feeling of achievement when you finish something that you have been working on for years. I asked Vincent Bozzo, the responsible for technical developements at Klewel to share some of the insights about the development, what this means for Triskel owners and his personal feelings about this tremendous achivement:
Vincent: “It has been more than 3 years of work to develop a software that is user-friendly and everything is automated in a sense that no manual editing is needed. One of the ways to imagine Triskel solutions is as a “chain”. It goes from the capturing (with Triskel capture station) of a conference, workshop, symposium or any event that may be, to the delivery of the conference on the player and webcast it essential on the internet. Without the v1.0, the processing and editing part was done semi-manually. For our existing customers already owning a Triskel station, and for future ones of course, it means a lot more freedom. Triskel owners are now able to manage the flow from the capture to the end delivery entirely by themselves, without having to possess a degree in media editing. Finishing the v1.0 is very important because I’ve spent quite a lot of time during my career at Klewel doing the manual processing steps. So, I know how much work it is and how long it takes for an operator to webcast a conference. Therefore, I clearly see the added value of a user-friendly interface that we developed.
For me, it is a huge achievement. In 2010 when we started this project, we originally thought it would take a few months to complete. However, as we later realized, we were completely underestimating the technical complexity of it. It was a long and elaborate development and I’m glad to have reached this step. For me this is not the end. It’s quite the opposite; it’s the very beginning of a new era!”
To show you what we mean when we say user-friendly, we would like to show you some of our new features: