Manual video resize and transitions support are added in the latest release of JPlayout

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Following our major JPlayout IP Input release from last week we are glad to add more exciting new features to our automated playout solution.

The new release of JPlayout now supports manual video resize of the produced output. The entire output of the playout can be manually rescaled to a smaller resolution and re-positioned in the output video area. The empty areas around the video can be filled in with dynamic and static graphics, RSS feed and more. The manual video resize is useful for building info channels or local news channels which are the most common use cases. The new functionality is available for SDI, HD-SDI, HDMI, Composite, Component output and software render.

Manual video resize supported in the latest release of JPlayout. It allows the entire output to be manually rescaled to a smaller resolution and re-positioned in the output video area. The rest empty area around the video can be filled in with dynamic and static graphics, RSS feed and more.

Manual video resize supported in the latest release of JPlayout. It allows the entire output to be manually rescaled to a smaller resolution and re-positioned in the output video area. The rest empty area around the video can be filled in with dynamic and static graphics, RSS feed and more.

Another main new feature now available is transitions support. Different transition effects can be set between the video clips or streams in JPlayout. Each media clip or source stream can be assigned to have a specific transition at its start and at its end. Here are some of the available transition presets you can choose from:

  • Barn;
  • Blinds;
  • Checker Board;
  • Fade;
  • Gradient Wipe;
  • Inset;
  • Iris;
  • Pixelate;
  • Radial Wipe;
  • Random Bars;
  • Random Dissolve;
  • Slide;
  • Spiral;
  • Stretch;
  • Strips;
  • Wheel;
  • ZigZag.

Each transition can be configured with specific duration on both clip start and end. The transitions are not only available for standard file sources, but also for the IP sources – UDP, RTP, RTMP, RTSP, HLS and MPEG DASH.

Coming soon: More great features are already in development.

Stay tuned for our future updates and new releases.

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