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Eyepartner launches Channel Manager HTML5 V1.0

Sunday 30 September 2012 | 17:44 CET | News

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Eyepartner has released Channel Manager HTML5 V1.0 which allows users to publish video and audio into playlists by dragging and dropping content in a channel lineup and build unlimited scheduled programming for playback on Roku set-top boxes and HTML5 5-compatible players including iPad and iPhone. By combining Eyepartner's Tier 1 service with Level 3 CDN delivery, streaming capacity is unlimited. Channel Manager HTML5 V1.0 allows users the ability to drop in advertising placements, trim and edit the timeline and develop their own channels and include videos from other websites or

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