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You can start broadcasting your professional TV channel now. No capital expenditures. No need for broadcast equipment such as playout servers, graphics servers, broadcast switches, encoders, multiplexors and gear. No server rooms. No integration. No engineering support.

The revolutionary Broadcast TV channel as a service solution of Easy Cloud is ready for your operation. You can upload your content, press the button and your TV channel is on air

Run your own 24×7 channel

Get full control over your content. Monitor, manage, add graphics and deliver to your audience

 

MAM Cloud:

Media Asset Management – Upload, Store & Manage your videos and multi-media files. Preview content and metadata.

Playout Cloud :

Create & Manage Playlists. Add content, graphics,tickers and schedule the playlists.

Live Cloud:

Switch between Live and scheduled playlists during the playback

  • Channel in a Box with Full IP | Playout Automation SDI over IP

    Channel-in-a-Box empowers users with all the playout features needed to maintain an efficient and reliable channel on-air, including cloud playout, ingest, automation, master control and interactive graphics with consistent precision for even the most demanding of environments.

  • Total Cloud Playout

    The Easy Cloud Playout platform can be used to generate a 24/7 live-streamed broadcast from pre-recorded video assets. It was designed to help start-up broadcasters, churches, local TV stations, and IPTV/OTT service providers create their own channels without costly and overly complex equipment. Cloud Playout lets you upload your library of videos and schedule them to play back as a live stream 24×7, up to 7 days in advance.

    Live Stream Cloud

    Easy Playout allows you to switch the playout feed to the live event stream any time during your playout schedule using a simple manual switch. Interrupt your regular broadcast schedule for breaking news, or insert live programming at any point in your broadcast schedule with the push of a button.

    Social Media Integration

    Social Media Streaming (Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, etc.) is available on all Cloud Playout accounts.

    CLOUD PORT

    Multi-CloudPlatform-as-a-Service

    Auto Scaling and High Availability.
    Advanced DevOps Automation. Unified Management

    Cloud Systems - Cloud Playout -Cloud CG- Cloud ingest server -Cloud Channel in a boxTHE TRUE CLOUD LINEAR CHANNEL MANAGEMENT PLATFORM

  • Initial Set-Up

    Once you sign up for a Cloud Playout account, we build your own system for you. Since this process requires some development and manual configuration, it may take up to 2 business days to set up the full platform. Once it is ready, you will receive an e-mail with your personal account information.

  • Welcome Page

    Before creating a 24/7 broadcast, you will have to upload the content you will be using to generate the live feed. Standard Playout accounts come with 100GB of storage, usually enough for most users, but more storage can be requested if you have a larger volume of content or very high quality files. To begin uploading, visit the View/Upload Videos page and follow the instructions below.

  • Uploading Videos

    Before creating a 24/7 broadcast, you will have to upload the content you will be using to generate the live feed. Standard Playout accounts come with 100GB of storage, usually enough for most users, but more storage can be requested if you have a larger volume of content or very high quality files. To begin uploading, visit the View/Upload Videos page and follow the instructions below.

    Using an FTP client for video management:

  • Using an FTP client (such as FileZilla ) is the most efficient way to add/remove large numbers of videos at once, uploading videos over 2GB in size, and creating folders to organize your content. With the FTP Info listed on the side bar, sign into the server from your FTP client (a port number is not needed). If your sign-in is successful, you will now see the files on your local computer and those on the server side-by-side.

  • Creating folders using an FTP client (optional): If you have a large number of files and would like to use folders to sort videos for later access, you can do so using your FTP client. Sign into your account and right click on a blank field, then click Create directory. Name your directory and click OK to continue. Your new folder will also appear in the web client, although it may take a few minutes to update. Only create folders in the main directory, not within other folders.

  • Uploading using an FTP client: You can use your FTP client to upload files larger than 2GB or multiple videos at once. After signing into the FTP client, you will see the files on your local computer and those on the server side-by-side. To upload videos from your computer, simply select them and drag them over to the server, either in the root directory or the folder of your choice. Click the Refresh Files button from your web client to make the changes visible there.

  • Uploading using the web client: Though we recommend using an FTP client for uploading big files and large quantities of videos, you can also upload single files directly from your web admin portal. Just go to the View/Upload Videos page, navigate to the folder you want to upload the video to, and click the Upload File button at the top right of the page. Navigate to the folder on your computer where your video is and click Open to begin the upload. You will now see a bar showing the upload progress. Do not leave the page or the upload will cancel.

  • Testing your videos: Uploaded videos should be encoded in MP4 format, using the H.264 for video and AAC for audio codecs. We recommend using the same bitrates and resolutions for all videos to avoid complications. Only use standard characters in your video titles as certain symbols may cause errors (e.g. %, &). Test each video you upload by clicking on it from the web client and making sure it plays back in the preview window. A multi-device compatible embed code and direct links to the video are provided if you wish to use these as VOD assets in addition to insertion into your live feed.

  • Creating Playlists

    Once you have uploaded your video collection, you can begin creating a playlist from the Playlist Manager section of your administration portal. Seven days of advanced scheduling are included with standard Playout systems, although more can be requested if needed.

  • Getting started: Go to the Playlist Manager section, find the playlist that you want to schedule, and click the Manage button to begin creating/editing a playlist. By default, every playlist runs for exactly 24 hours. Typically, the playlists are arranged by the day of the week they play. However, you can assign custom names to playlists by double clicking on their title. You can also change the order in which they play using the Order Playlists button.

  • Managing a playlist: Click the Manage button to modify the files within a playlist and change the order in which they play. You will see a list of the videos previously uploaded to the system via the FTP and web clients. Now, select the files you want to add to your playlist using the checkboxes to the left of the titles. You can navigate between folders without losing your selections, but be sure to use the (previous directory) option to switch directories, not the Back button, which will take you to the Playlist Manager page.

  • Arrange the video order: Once you have selected all the videos you wish to use, click Continue. You will now see a list of all the files sorted from top to bottom. The order in which they appear is the order in which they will play out in the generated live stream. Drag and drop files to change their position in the playlist. You can also see the Total Playlist Time, the sum of the duration of all videos. This should equal 24:00:00 for seamless playback. To insert a file in multiple sections (e.g. re-using an advertisement), just click the plus (+) symbol to the left of it for each additional use and drag the copy to its desired position.

 

Run 24×7 channel

Create Professional Channels with your content for distribution. Full Control & Monitoring over the web

Create and Schedule playlist

Combine Live events with recorded content to provide seamless experience.

Graphics & Branding

Personalize your broadcast by Adding Logos, tickers and animations

Live stream switch:

Switch between live and VOD Publish to Social Media Platforms

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