Today, you can expect your TV to come with several general video-streaming services (Hulu Plus, Netflix, YouTube), a few video-on-demand rental services (Amazon Instant Video, Vudu, CinemaNow), Internet radio from Pandora and Rhapsody, social networking through Twitter and Facebook, an array of special apps for sports and photos, and sometimes even a full Web browser.
Still, choosing a TV-based solely on its Internet features doesn't make a lot of sense. They're nice extras, but we have yet to see a killer TV app.
Development of Over the top media services (OTT) that are typically accessed via websites on personal computers, as well as via apps on mobile devices (such as smartphones and tablets), digital media players (including video game consoles), or televisions with integrated smart TV platforms.
The Netclix platform comes with prepackaged or can be optionally extended, with social networking technology capabilities Facebook and YouTube live streaming.
The Netclix platform also support interactive advertising, addressable advertising with local advertising insertion and targeted advertising, and other advanced advertising features such as enhanced TV for consumer call-to-action and audience measurement solutions for an ad campaign
The Netclix platform ensure all security measures are followed under the national and international standards and policies.
Restriction of access
Parental controls: Like PCs and smartphones, smart TV platforms let you set up parental controls to stop children from seeing what they shouldn't. We provide the manual for your smart TV platform to tell users how to do this.
Media content is transmitted by a server application, received, and displayed in real-time by a client application called a media player. A media player can be either an integral part of a browser, a plug-in, a separate program, or a dedicated device, such as an iPod, smartphones and tablets, digital media players (including video game consoles), or televisions with integrated smart TV platforms.
Here are some advantages of streaming media:
1. Makes it possible for users to take advantage of interactive applications like video search and personalized playlists.
2. Allows content deliverers to monitor what visitors are watching and how long they are watching it.
3. Provides efficient use of bandwidth because only the part of the file that's being transferred is the part that's being watched.
4. Provides the content creator with more control over his intellectual property because the video file is not stored on the viewer's computer. Once the video data is played, the media player discards it.