DV Play continuing its development and due to its 24/7 stability in real working conditions, better features, and great support, our sales are constantly increasing. We were quite busy working on the update and the support of our playout & ingest solutions, so it took us 6 months to find a free time slot to write this news. The shortlist (but not the full) with the news is:
- The NDI component was updated to version 5.
- The playing of the IP item is significantly improved – the YouTube playing has been updated, the manual mode of the IP items playing has been updated, a new way to auto restart the IP items has been introduced (and tested in real 24/7 with a customer)
- The Control Center and the Playlist editor have improved their support for the multichannel option (run more than 1 channel on 1 server).
- The DVPlay 7 supports multiple RTMP outputs since its start in 2016, but now it does reconnection (if it is needed) undependably only for the RTMP output that is down.
- The learning YouTube movies have been updated and a new one Movie 07 Installation & Settings has been added. You can find here the DV Play YouTube movies.
- The TV Logger application (stand-alone) has been updated.
- The Title Designer has been improved and coloured in white, several new Demo graphics have been added.
- The Playlist editor has improved its work with the copy/paste blocks, other small improvements are added as well
- The Playlist editor now can update entirely the MAM Playlist with a simple drag a directory. All subdirectories in that directory will be added.
- The DV Play update procedure has been improved with auto-resolve DB conflicts.
- The anti-hacker security has been improved using the DV Play digital certificate.
- Many others small improvements.
DV Play is truly a leader in efficiency and it is a solution N1 for the people that value their time. Our playout is designed for maximum efficiency and provides true 24/7 reliability.
Read our next post that will be ready soon and will be very special – we will share our 20 years of experience in TV, explaining how a typical TV project goes.