I also asked Vandenberg about the company's Clipstream secure video delivery software. He said the firm was planning on promoting it more this year, and mentioned one potential application for it: dailies, the raw footage produced every day by film crews, which is later edited and synched to a soundtrack. Vandenberg said that, currently, dailies were transported via courier, so, for example, a film crew shooting in Vancouver might use Fed Ex to send its dailies to an editor in Los Angeles. With Clipstream, the film crew could send the dailies digitally instead. I asked Vandenberg if this was true for crews using old fashioned film stock too, i.e., did Destiny Media have some sort of technology to convert that to digital. He declined to answer that question. Destiny's second quarter numbers should be out in mid-April.
Below is a commercial, obviously modeled on the Mac versus PC ads, for Destiny's Play MPE secure music delivery service.