PlayBox Technology Launches New Channel-In-A Box

New channel-in-a-box offers a gateway for TV broadcast and web-based or OTT channels to be established with ease and efficiency.

PlayBox Technology UK recently announced the official launch of its new Channel In A Box, which includes a new data engine.

The new Channel In A Box is built around today’s automated workflows for OTT and IP Broadcast. It accelerates IP or SDI workflows and offers greater flexibility of operation style, increasing return on investment. Technology.

The playout server is multi-user, multi-language and multi-channel and fully supports HTML5 graphics.

The automation server provides subtitle preparation and insertion of open subtitles, closed subtitles, closed captioning and streaming of DVB subtitles. Subtitles can be sourced as subtitle files or EBU subtitle Files. Other formats are supported using subtitle conversion.

The product is an update, driven by customer feedback, and is part of PlayBox Technology’s commitment to deliver the latest product updates in one convenient installation.

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