Video integration company Insys Video Technologies has made its services available in Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace, starting with Insys VOD Express.
The package provides an OTT VOD service for web browsers, enabling users to customize a platform by adding their logo and choosing the interface from a range of options. Video content is protected with digital rights management (DRM) tools and services can be monetized via integration with PayPal under two models: transactional VOD (TVOD) and subscription VOD (SVOD).
Insys VOD Express is cloud-based, integrating with AWS Media Services to prepare video for distribution. These services include AWS Elemental MediaConvert, a file-based video transcoding service that helps prepare VOD content for broadcast and multiscreen delivery at scale. Then through AWS Elemental MediaPackage, video content is prepared and protected for delivery over the internet. Customers can ensure high quality, low latency delivery with Amazon CloudFront. Insys VOD Express also integrates with Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), designed to incorporate archive into the total workflow.
Krzysztof Bartkowski, CEO, Insys Video Technologies, commented: “Creating and delivering an OTT video service can be extremely complex and time-consuming. Insys VOD Express is designed to simplify the process for video providers to quickly introduce and monetize VOD services. Being built on AWS means video providers can easily scale as demand increases.”
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