Worldnow is a CMS/Video/Mobile publishing platform that combines CMS, DAM, Video Delivery, OTT and Advertising in a single solution. One of Worldnow’s main basis is its patented technology designed for enterprise asset management. Worldnow is also a technology solution that enables bi-directional publishing on/off TV to/from any digital platform.
Worldnow's hosted services provide enterprise stability and scalability across all platforms and third parties with a fully-integrated video workflow into unified a Media Management Platform. Worldnow's asset management highlights include multiple syndication and publish options, customized taxonomy, permission management, scheduled publishing, multisite management, multisite content publishing, workflow automation, personalized content editor and browser based editor.
Additionally Worldnow's Patented VideoScribe technology enables Live Capture, Real Time Editing, Live Streaming, Video Syndication and Discovery, Field Publishing, Scheduling, File Ingest, Automatic Publishing, Dynamic Bit Rate Delivery and File Syndication. Worldnow's players are cross platform compatible including h264 and HTML5 to ensure elegant rendering on all desktop and mobile devices. Worldnow's Video Player Widgets Generator give non technical publishers the ability to create custom players with simple, easy to use tools. Every element of the player can be customized as well with additional customized options available though their Developer Tools.
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