08.23.2006 08:00 AM
Princeton Server B1000 is a TV station in a box

The Princeton Server’s B1000 Series — Digital Broadcaster — is a “TV Station-In-A-Box” that enables its users to integrate traditional video, Internet-ready media and data-driven graphics all in one seamless, high-quality broadcast TV channel output.

The B1000 video server includes 400 hours of internal storage and can produce a fully programmed TV channel for CCTV, cable and satellite broadcast, as well as Internet streaming. The B1000 can play out common MPEG-1, -2 and -4 digital video files, graphics, integrated overlay animations and closed captioning.

The B1000 can have up to four independent broadcast channels in a single server, and has an integrated playout event scheduler and remote, Web-based control and monitoring.

For more information, see www.princetonservergroup.com.



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