PackeTV® is a dynamic multi-screen video delivery solution that enables secure scheduled and on-demand delivery of live and recorded video to any screen across a wide range of networks.
What does PackeTV® do?
Who is PackeTV® for?
PackeTV® Core System – The basic component of any PackeTV® system including all of the software required for managing, distributing and playing live content, managing user access and client distribution, and configuring every aspect of the user experience for the system. When add-ons such as PackeTV® VOD (Video-On-Demand) module and PackeTV® STB (Set-Top Box) module, are present, their critical software components are loaded onto the PackeTV® Core Server. Default system includes:
PackeTV® Portal – Administrative interface for the PackeTV® system. The interface is browser-based, with the required software running off the PackeTV® Server.
PackeTV® Player – Browser-based media player that accesses all of the live and on-demand content managed by PackeTV® The required plug-ins are installed automatically as necessary via the PackeTV® Server. All changes made to the channel lineup, to the player appearance or the running ticker messages are immediately updated for every active PackeTV® Player.
PackeTV® Player Mobile- PackeTV®Player Mobile is an integrated player for iPhone, iPad andAndroid tablets and smart phones that is controlled dynamically with the PackeTV® administrator providing full channel guide synchronization and user authentication.
PackeTV® System Modules
PackeTV® Video on Demand (VOD) Module – When activated, PackeTV® Portal users can upload, discover and manage VOD content. PackeTV® Player users can access the VOD content (when available).
PackeTV® Network Video Record (NVR) Module – Add-on feature for PackeTV®. When activated (with the inclusion of NVR license), both PackeTV® Portal and Client users can record video content and store it on the network.
PackeTV® Set-Top Box (STB) Module – Add-on to the PackeTV® system providing all of the required components for a full TV experience on STBs based on the video content managed by PackeTV®. The software is installed on the PackeTV® Server and accessed by various set top boxes (currently Amino AmiNet 125, 130, A140, 140H, and 540) via a dedicated web address. The module includes the PackeTV® STB module interface, which is the GUI that is seen on TV screens, and all of the back office components.
PackeTV® Electronic Program Guide (EPG) Module – Licensed feature of the PackeTV® system providing a constantly updated menus of Electronic Program Guide displaying broadcast programming and scheduling information for current and upcoming programs.