Visitors to IBC will be able to see the first public demonstration of NetFront Living Connect 2.2, the latest version of Access’ DLNA solution, which enables multiscreen media access, sharing and consumption a commercial and technological reality within the Connected Home.
Access, a provider of advanced software technologies to the mobile, PC and digital TV markets said version 2.2 NetFront Living Connect has an extensive set of new features including a new media processing engine that supports more than 120 media file types and which covers major media formats.
Access has also improved the solution’s media indexing performance and it now supports consumer digital libraries up to several gigabytes in size. It also now features a new software development kit that enables app developers to create an enhanced experience for users with applications such as geolocation, video thumbnail support and sub-title support. As well as the standard SDK, Access also offers additional SDKs for Android and iOS.
For connected TV, Access will be demonstrating several commercial HbbTV deployments as well as BBC iPlayer and widgets solutions.
Access will be exhibiting at IBC on Stand 13.115
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