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Exhibia updates closed-circuit video software

updated 01:10 pm EDT, Wed June 18, 2008

Exhibia 1.2 video server

Plyxim has upated its QuickTime-based scheduling software for closed-circuit broadcasting systems. Exibia 1.2 Server allows users from multiple platforms to use their web browsers to upload content to a central server. Version 1.2 includes a "major overhaul" to Exibia's web client interface. Exibia supports iCal and LDAP integration, and works with third-party plug-ins including Flip4Mac, Perian and Divx.

Exibia Server is a Universal Binary, requiring Mac OS X 10.4.2 or higher with a large hard drive. The company says many clients run Exibia Server on a Mac Mini. Licenses cost $500 per server, with an unlimited number of clients.

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