Vitec's EZTV Solution
Vitec showcased new latest capabilities for its EZ TV IPTV Platform at ISE 2019. EZ TV’s comprehensive set of features enable organisations to centrally manage and stream HD, low-latency, in-house feeds and TV channels, as well as create eye-catching digital signage and video walls.
Vitec's solution is ideal for the ever-changing video, marketing, and sales requirements of today's sports venues; as well as the secure dissemination and content management of full-motion video streams and offline files for enterprise and mission-critical applications and government agencies.
Designed for seamless integration with any IT environment, and able run on all types of networks (LAN, WAN, and wireless), the solution can be rapidly deployed and is intuitive to operate and maintain for any-size project.
The platform streamlines the process of linear and non-linear workflows with centralised creation, distribution, and monitoring of live and on-demand content. Its network-agnostic, modular architecture allows organisations to easily upgrade legacy systems or deploy a turnkey IPTV solution for a new build, at a fraction of the cost of traditional digital signage solutions.
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For sports and entertainment facilities, the solution can offer an advanced fan experience, while reducing CAPEX and OPEX often associated with legacy solutions.
The platform's video wall capability simplifies deployment and management of projects. The company's video wall processors are 100-percent hardware-based, feature low-latency native playback of IPTV streams up to 4K, and support interactive content and imagery transformations. This means that over than 50 displays can be managed from a single processor, including nonstandard layouts and resolutions of TVs and LED walls.
Further, the solution's new 'Media Library' module enables users to find, tag, edit, organise, store, search, and share media files quickly. Featuring a user-intuitive HTML5 interface, its powerful tools streamline media processes from live streaming to recording, archiving, and collaboration, easily allowing users to manage a full digital video experience across an entire venue.
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