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Dalet Flex
Formerly Ooyala Flex

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What is Dalet Flex?

The Dalet Flex (formerly Ooyala Flex Media Platform) aims to connect and power the entire content supply chain, from the initial pre-production through to distribution. It provides sophisticated workflow management, shared metadata infrastructure, and APIs to connect and orchestrate the…

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What is Dalet Flex?

The Dalet Flex (formerly Ooyala Flex Media Platform) aims to connect and power the entire content supply chain, from the initial pre-production through to distribution. It provides sophisticated workflow management, shared metadata infrastructure, and APIs to connect and orchestrate the entire…

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Product Details

What is Dalet Flex?

The Dalet Flex (formerly Ooyala Flex Media Platform) aims to connect and power the entire content supply chain, from the initial pre-production through to distribution. It provides sophisticated workflow management, shared metadata infrastructure, and APIs to connect and orchestrate the entire media supply chain. It enables broadcasters, operators, and media companies to import, manage, deliver, and monetize their content.

According to the vendor, Dalet Flex has become the media factory of choice for innovative content owners worldwide. It orchestrates thousands of video workflows, manages assets and metadata across multiple systems, and analyzes bottlenecks within the content supply chain. The Platform utilizes open APIs to integrate with existing systems to provide a single source of truth for media, entertainment and sports companies.

Ooyala became a part of Dalet in 2019, and is the basis for Dalet Flex.

Dalet Flex Features

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Screenshot of FlexMAM metadata detailsScreenshot of FlexMAM Search tools

Dalet Flex Video

Dalet Flex - Powerful content deserves a powerful home

Dalet Flex Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux, Mac
Mobile ApplicationNo
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Reviews and Ratings

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Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User
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Ooyala is a good video content workflow management system that we use at a department level for our digital marketing campaigns. It makes it easy to manage video content with features for data management, content distribution, and analytics. It can be easily integrated with multiple platforms at the same time and that really solves multiple challenges at once.
  • Analytics is the key to understand user behavior that will help organizations build on KPIs, and Ooyala's analytics features do that so well and give you an insight into customer behavior.
  • Ooyala's capability to integrate with Slack makes it easier for the team to be on the same page and work towards the same direction.
  • Ooyala's integration with other software and platforms makes it really scalable with features like subscription services, an easy to upload videos, etc.
  • Ooyala's integration with the ad serving platform is not as good in terms of user interface and user experience.
  • The user interface could be improved (making it more like YouTube and Vimeo).
  • The feature that provides scheduling could be improved to be seamless for publishing to Instagram.
Ooyala provides the opportunity to scale and manage multiple services and platforms in the organization with its integration services with internal tools like Slack and multiple other applications. Also, it helps you understand the views, reach, and engagement with the videos that help you define your next campaign strategy. In my experience, Ooyala could be less appropriate for managing URLs and unreliability may make you upload videos more than once.
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  • Ooyala certainly helped improve ROI.
  • It also provides a strong capability for integration with other marketing automation tools for improved digital marketing ROI.
  • Reduction in cost of operations can be easily achieved with integrations with multiple software applications.
Vimeo, Panopto and Kaltura are a few of Ooyala's strong competitors. We decided to select Ooyala based on the customer ratings, customer service offerings, and the cost we gained for the divisional requirements we had for our digital marketing group.
Ricky Sutton | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User
Incentivized
Oovvuu distributes video to media companies including News Corp. News Corp uses Ooyala as its online video player (OVP). We manage some of the Ooyala users at News Corp.
  • It's intuitive and easy to use.
  • Ooyala Now is the only product I have seen to date that shows me real-time usage.
  • I like the people.
  • There is a general view that their new ownership has taken the edge of their innovation.
  • Product development is too slow.
  • Their analytics still fail to address the issue of profitability.
Ooyala does the job for a newcomer entering the space. It currently does not represent a strong enough reason for someone with prior experience of an online video player to switch from a rival product, like say Brightcove.
  • Ooyala enabled us to get video to our customers in a way we were incapable of before.
  • Ooyala enabled us to distribute video and advertising to our customers and our customer's customers on all devices.
  • Ooyala enabled us to run a video on demand service with thousands of titles with a single person.
We have used all the rival products. Ooyala has been our favourite for years, but feel like they have stalled in new product development.
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