Posts tagged "Player"

Live Streaming with Full Redundancy

VWflow allows customers to broadcast and deliver their livestreams with full redundancy, avoiding any single point of failure. By broadcasting to both a primary and backup server, the livestream will continue to play when the network connection to one of the broadcast servers gets lost. Failover will occur in a transparent manner: the VWflow player will automatically detect the livestream on the backup server and start playing it. Realtime transcoding and adaptive streaming will continue to w...

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Multi-Language Live Events and Webcasts

With the upgrade to version 1.70, our VWflow platform is now perfectly suited for multi-language streaming of events and webcasts to global audiences. The VWflow web application makes it easy to broadcast live video with any number of audio languages and test the user experience through our live management dashboard. When everything is working fine, you just press a button to publish the event. This allows your viewers to watch the multi-language livestream and select their preferred langu...

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Optimize Viewing Experience with our new VWflow Player

The upgrade to version 1.60 of our VWflow platform contains a brand new HTML5 player library for live and on-demand video, built from the ground up to maximize performance, flexibility and ease of customization. Our smart player technology automatically delivers the right player, stream, and advertising to the right device anywhere, with just a single embed code. This makes it easy for you to provide your viewers with the best experience on all platforms and devices. Viewers will be able to...

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Qmusic and the longest video ever

Dutch radio station Qmusic asked advertising agency De Vloer to devise an online contest for their listeners. The winners would take home a much sought after VIP ticket for the Q-live World Tour, a series of concerts by artists such as Adele (London), Rihanna (Washington), Justin Bieber (Las Vegas) and Coldplay (Buenos Aires). On top of that, the 6 lucky winners would be treated to a private meet & greet with the artists, a generous amount of spending money and a complementary stay at the exotic...

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VWflow upgrade: dynamic player, improved UX, API…

Version 1.30 of our VWflow (Video Workflow) platform has been released. This release contains lots of new features, including new dynamic behavior of the VWflow player, improved UX and video management options and extensions to the API. Our (enterprise) embed codes may now contain the ID of a pre-configured player. This allows you to dynamically choose your player when embedding a VWflow video, livestream or playlist on your website(s). This way, you can switch the player's logo, layout and...

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Clevercast nominated twice for Streaming Media Awards

Our multi-language webcasting platform Clevercast has been nominated for the 2015 Streaming Media Readers' Choice Awards in the categories Webcasting/Presentation Solution (Cloud) and Multi-Language Solution. Streaming Media is the leading trade journal for the streaming industry. Their annual Readers' Choice Awards allow readers to vote for their favorite online video innovations. Clevercast is intended for enterprises, event organizers and video facilities in search for a self-service webcast...

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Clevercast nominated for best webcast platform

Rambla's multi-language webcasting platform Clevercast has been nominated by Streaming Media magazine in the category "Best webcast platform" in their annual Reader's Choice Awards. Streaming Media is the leading trade journal for the streaming industry. Clevercast is intended for enterprises, event organizers and video facilities in search for a self-service webcasting and webinar solution. Apart from video and synchronized slideshows, the platform features several interactive modules such as ...

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tvbrussel: webTV for the Brussels region

The tvbrussel online video workflow is a fine example of how a media company can deliver in-house created news stories almost instantaneously. Video editors simply drop a reportage in a transcoding hotfolder, after which our web services take care of encoding to several formats and creating thumbnails. As soon as the encoded media is ready for viewing, metadata is exported to the website's back-end and the content manager is notified he needs to complete the title and summary, and publish the...

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