RayV Updates on Player's New Features
Jul 24, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
RayV, a company focusing on OTT TV (Live & VoD), presented RayV player's new features, marking RayV's ability to provide VoD to any OTT users across multiple devices.
According to a release, RayV's player has a few new features:
-RayV's VoD expands your digital reach by providing VoD to any OTT users across multiple devices, on a pay-per-view or subscription basis. Through RayV's streaming platform they can offer their VoD to millions of users and obtain all the management tools for such an operation. The RayV dashboard allows users to manage their VoD offering including: - Insert titles or connect to titles on the fly - Publish files to some, or all devices, in parallel (transcoding to all devices is automatic) - All files will be encoded/transcoded to all relevant profiles and bitrates to provide ABR and optimized formats for the different network configurations (wifi, 3G, 4G) and the devices. - For every file's driving categorization and every search for the file, Metadata will be applied. Integration to an external CMS is available - All files can have business attributes like: displaying place and time, business models (PPV, Subscription, packaging), and more
-The VoD unified cross platform experience is an inherent part of the RayV Multi-Device player.
-Catch-up enables subscribers to access content after it was broadcasted, browse the EPG for desired programs, and watch them on any device. Users can configure the service, set its parameters (like offering it as a service) and manage the rights issues per channel in a way as per the following functions: - Determine which channels are available with catch-up service - The back time line of the catch-up, i.e. how long backwards it is available for (usually 48 hours) - How soon after, is catch-up available to the user (i.e. soon after original viewing or only after 4 hours) - Profile bitrates of the catch-up video file - All catch-up videos are automatically transcoded to be available on all bitrates and for all devices
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