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Exterity captivates the audience

Exterity captivates the audience

Exterity captivates the audience

The AvediaPlayer m9605 media player integrates into Exterity’s IP video ecosystem

Exterity has launched its AvediaPlayer m9605 media player which has been designed to integrate 4K video and detailed 4K 60fps graphics and animations into digital signage and produce a “captivating visual experience”. The platform integrates into Exterity’s IP video ecosystem and features an Intel Core CPU, high-capacity on-device storage and a quiet, fanless design. The AvediaPlayer m9400, meanwhile, has been designed for use with ArtioGuest, Exterity’s hospitality middleware. It is said to enable organisations to deliver an enhanced video experience through advanced 4K video capability and benefits from PoE and a fanless design.

The ArtioFlow workflow app has been designed to enable the creation of time-saving workflows by dragging a series of actions across the IPTV system – such as power on, set volume or channel change – to create action sequences. For example, a corporate organisation could create an ArtioFlow workflow that turns a group of devices on at the start of the business day, sets a main news channel and then mutes the screens located in public areas. Users can also create workflow triggers, so screens will be automatically and instantly updated when specific events occur.

In other news, Exterity has released its Pro:Idiom Gateway, the latest addition to the its AvediaStream Gateway family which supports content-protected live TV and radio from satellite sources and streams it securely across an IP network. With dual conditional access slots and built-in Pro:Idiom encryption, the g4417-pi is said to meet the most stringent content protection requirements and deliver “high value and broadcaster premium channels” across an IP network.



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