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Navicast 3.0.3 offers new HTML-based Web TV channel

updated 11:45 am EDT, Mon October 17, 2005

Navicast 3.0.3 released

Barsark today released , its professional multi-channel and multi-user Web TV system with drag-and-drop capability. A new HTML-based Web TV channel can easily incorporate into any existing website -- supporting play, pause, browsing lists of movies, a search feature for specific titles, rate and review, sharing with friends, and choice of viewing quality. Additional improvements include password protection for individual movies; proxy support to publish movies and manage channels from behind a proxy server; and other enhancements. The Navicast Web TV system consists of two parts, a movie publishing and system management tool, Navicast eZender, and a streaming web TV channel to watch published movies. Movies are published to the web TV channel by a simple drag and drop, while eZender automates the entire publishing process, movie compression, upload and indexing. zPort Navicast Hosting service is available as a subscription starting at $166 per month.

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