Veset Stratus is an easy-to-use all-in-one web app for creating and managing linear TV channels.
Veset Stratus is designed for modern content owners and can reduce the complexity of creating and managing 24/7 or pop-up linear channels.
Users can combine live and pre-recorded (e.g. VOD) content, add broadcast graphics and SCTE-35 markers for ad-insertion, and generate an EPG to create high-quality IP streams ready for distribution. Stratus also enables creation and management of frame accurate playlists and template schedules to simplify daily planning.
Interoperability with AWS Media Services can make it fast and easy for Stratus users to produce, process, and deliver those linear channels to multiple platforms. This includes interoperability with AWS Elemental MediaConnectfor secure, reliable live video transport and AWS Elemental MediaLive for live video processing. Stratus output feeds can also be distributed using Amazon CloudFront, a fast content delivery network (CDN) service, to securely deliver videos directly to various vMVPD and OTT platforms.
Igor Krol, CEO, Veset, commented: “Many video content owners are keen to experiment with ad-supported linear distribution. They are looking for a straightforward SaaS product which someone without prior knowledge of linear TV can operate. Combining our easy-to-use scheduling and channel management tool with AWS Media Services gives them a complete solution without the complexity, and with flexible pay-as-you-go pricing.”
Veset Stratus in AWS Marketplace offers a true “playout on demand” for linear TV channels where content owners can create and launch linear TV channels in minutes and pay on a per-hour basis.
You might also like...
For many years broadcasters have been working with static systems that are difficult to change and upgrade. This two part series explores the unfolding of a more elastic future based on COTS hardware and flexible licensing.
One of the earliest and most widespread applications of synchronizing was in television.
Synchronizing became extremely important with the growth of AC power systems, which ended up being used to synchronize all sorts of equipment, from Radar to television.
Over the past year, as broadcasters and production companies have expended great effort to reconfigure their workflows and develop new ways of working amid strict safety protocols, so too have the manufacturers of the technology and systems they rely on.
This is the second instalment of our extended article exploring the use of Microservices.