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Use MediaMaker to create Smart TV apps

News   •   May 30, 2012 09:22 GMT

Engage, entertain and elevate your audience on Smart-TV's

MediaMaker enables you to manage, encode, ad DRM and stream your content to Smart-TV's. Creating Smart-TV applications is a unique opportunity to create new revenue streams, increase your brand loyalty, stimulating viewer engagement, increases your audience and generating incremental revenue. MediaMaker ensures a simple, seamless flow of your content to Smart-TV's and across any other device.

MediaMaker is the engine behind many TV Everywhere and OTT solutions, ensuring a seamless and automated deployment and workflow to distribute VOD and Live content (linear TV or live broadcasting) out on all platforms, such as Smart-TV's. MediaMaker contains all the necessary functionalities and modules you need to create a successful TV Everywhere and OTT solutions, such as ingest management, encoding, digital rights management (PlayReady and Widewine), ad insertion and integration, analytics, shop and billing.

Smart TV app development from A-Z
Xstream builds apps for Connected TVs and other Smart devices from a wide range of major CE manufacturers, such as Samsung, LG, Philips, Panasonic, but also on Set-top-boxes and game consuls such as Roku, Boxee Box, ADB boxes, Sagemcom, Xbox and other internet enabled devices.

Xstream is proud to be amongst the few companies worldwide who offers an A-Z development of Smart TV apps. From usability and design to third party integrations, such as ad networks, content management systems, to streaming and metadata output, Xstream provides you with the complete package for creating a Smart TV application.

Smart-TV's (or Connected-TV's as it’s also being called) is predicted to increase its penetration by more than 20% of global TV sets by 2016, up from only 6% at end-2010*, confirming that choosing Smart-TV as platform for streaming of content, is highly relevant for all who wish to retain and expand their online video audience.

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