Influxis TV Station 2

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Influxis TV Station 2

"Influxis has taken the concept of video to a new level with the Influxis TV Station 2, which is currently in beta. It has become commonplace for users to share video through sites like YouTube. Influxis takes this to the next level by enabling users to completely customize an entire channel of online video content just as you would set up programming for a traditional television station." - "RIAs that rock" by David Tucker at Adobe Developer Connection

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"You can integrate your own prerecorded video content as well as videos from YouTube. Your images can also be integrated. One of the amazing features of this application is that it also lets you bring in live streaming video through Adobe's Flash Media Live Encoder. Those people who just want to use their webcams for live video can stream live video directly from the TV Station 2 application's administrative interface." - "RIAs that rock" by David Tucker at Adobe Developer Connection

The administration portion is only half of the application. It also provides a great experience for the viewer. Users can view your channel's schedule and even chat with other users who are watching the same content. In addition, users can browse other channels and even check out content that is available on demand." - "RIAs that rock" by David Tucker at Adobe Developer Connection







http://influxis.com/applications/tvstation2/