February 10, 2009 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Raleigh, NC - Plyxim, LLC. has announced Exibia 1.4, their broadcast scheduling application for Mac OS X. Exibia allows clients in a multi-user, multi-platform environment to upload and schedule QuickTime-compatible videos to a centrally located server.
The Exibia Server, connected to a cable television (CATV) system for broadcast, handles the scheduling and playback of video content. Users of any platform can easily upload and schedule videos for playback using their web browser, including iPhone or iPod touch. Version 1.4 introduces a "Play Now" feature, allows for the scheduling of videos to the minute, and the ability to log in to the Exibia Web Client as an administrator. It is a free update for current Exibia users.
Exibia Server is a universal binary that will run on any Macintosh computer capable of running Mac OS X 10.4.2 or greater with an available video output. A G4, G5 or Intel processor is recommended. A large hard drive is recommended for video storage. Many Exibia users run Exibia Server on a Mac mini.
Pricing and Availability:
$499 (USD) per Exibia Server License. One license allows Exibia Server to run on a single Macintosh computer with unlimited Exibia Client and Exibia Web Client use. Exibia 1.4 is available today. A time-limited, fully-functional demo is available for download their website.
Plyxim, LLC., was founded in 2006 by Scott Finney, a high school science teacher. Plyxim is dedicated to bringing unique software solutions to Mac OS X. Its flagship product, Exibia, allows clients in a multi-user, multi-platform environment to upload and schedule QuickTime-compatible videos from a web browser for broadcast over a cable television (CATV) system. Plyxim, LLC. is based in the Research Triangle Park area of Raleigh, North Carolina. Copyright 2006-2009 Plyxim, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.