Timeshifting & Re-broadcasting

Automated Payout Server Technology- FS Series

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 Technology - Timeshifting and Re-broadcasting

  
Automated Payout Server - FS Series   
 

Automatic re-broadcasting in different countries and time zones is now a simple process done through PostPlay™ technology (included in FS1100 server) combined with standard playout scheduling (of FS1000 models). The incoming cable/satellite feed (from IRD) is continuously ingested and stored in a special hard disk storage space organized as a circular buffer. The stored video and audio content can be previewed in real time, without interruptions and organized into clips containing segments of the video to be re-broadcasted. The desired clips can be scheduled for playback in any required order and at any time later, providing the time-shift effect. The amount of time-shift can range from a few seconds to several days. The maximum amount of time shift is determined by the capacity of the video/audio storage, which can be created using either local or high-speed remote HDD subsystems. Just like with normal video files, time-shifted clips can be included in to the playout along with overlay graphics and ad clip insertions.
 

 

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