Latest NativeWaves EXP Platform On Show At IBC 2022

NativeWaves has added American football and cricket to its existing experience package, giving broadcasters and streaming services the chance to enhance the viewing experience for their audiences.

Already available for football and motorsports audiences, NativeWaves EXP gives audiences the opportunity to dive deeper into the action by exploring a wealth of additional content, at their leisure.

Powered by a dedicated low latency streaming platform coupled with a highly customizable experience framework, NativeWaves EXP can be applied to numerous types of content, programming, and live events. Viewers choosing an enhanced event-centric experience on their smartphones and tablets, or mirrored to their TVs, can access additional content such as different camera angles, audio tracks, instant replays, and social media integration. NativeWaves EXP can also be used and configured as a second screen experience that complements the main TV screen by offering additional personalized content and data on the mobile screen – all perfectly synchronized to the main screen via the audio without requiring watermarking of the original broadcast audio signal.

NativeWaves EXP is available now for easy integration into existing broadcast and OTT streaming ecosystems - Basic (low latency streaming), Pro (adds multi camera management) and Enterprise (adds integration into 3rd party streaming apps) - suiting the needs of different broadcasters.

Partners that have already deployed the NativeWaves EXP experience include ProSiebenSat.1, Sport1 and on B1SmartTV’s Sportworld app on Samsung Smart TVs in Germany, and on mobile devices.

At IBC, NativeWaves will be announcing new technology partnerships with PC add-on cards provider DekTec, and with video transport and media cloud technology company Net Insight. It is also announcing its membership of the High-Efficiency Streaming Protocol (HESP) Alliance, which will allow NativeWaves to deliver high efficiency streaming workflows to media companies.

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