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Seamlessly deliver your linear livestreams. Broadcast and schedule both on demand content as well as pre scheduled shows hassle free across multiple streaming destinations with M-FAST.

Video Library

Direct uploads, MRSS feeds, APIs

Ad Server

Dynamic monetization of content with ad insertion.


Promote all your content to all social media platforms, and OTT platforms.

Video Programming

Seamlessly program content stored in the videoMeta CMS


Own playlist , play uninterrupted continuously

Transcoding & Encoding

Check the status of transcoding of the particular video (complete , incomplete , error etc)


The Complete Playout Ecosystem

Ingest / Trimming

  • Supports export and import of schedules (or playlists) in JSON, XML, CSV, or TSV formats.
  • Supports all industry-standard file formats, containers, video codecs, audio codecs, subtitle files.
  • Supports Clip In (SOM – Start of Media), Clip out (EOM – End of Media) times to play media file segment.
  • Generates EPG on daily basis and exports to the configured directory or access EPG directly with a simple HTTP link.

Graphic Engine

  • Countdown Timer to 365 days.
  • Alerts – LIVE, Breaking News, Sponsored by.
  • Crawl – RSS feed, text file, or direct input.
  • Playing Now – displays Program name or File name.
  • Logo – Inserts based on media file type.
  • Back In – Automatically calculates break time.


  • Manages transfer requests.
  • Supports FTP, Amazon S3 and Samba based transfers.
  • Fast copy mechanism.
  • Monitors your transfers in real time.
  • Network location health monitoring.
  • Macro based workflow transfers (e.g. on New Media transfer to Amazon S3).


  • File properties - file name, file size and creation date.
  • File hash - for file integrity checks.
  • Media properties - video and audio formats and codecs, bitrates and media duration.
  • Filmstrips and low-resolution proxies.
  • Folder structure.

Empower Your Streaming Journey: Seamlessly Stream, Control, and Succeed with Our Dynamic Cloud-based M-FAST Solution

Frequently Asked Questions

What are MultiTV Shots?

MultiTV shots are short clips of video that can be used in place of longer videos. They are often used to highlight key moments or action in a longer video, but can also be used on their own as standalone content. Shots are particularly well suited for social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram, where users are more likely to watch shorter videos all the way through. Because they are less expensive to produce than traditional videos, shots can be a cost-effective way to improve the quality of your OTT service.

Why use MultiTV shots?

There are a number of reasons why you might want to use shots in your OTT service. They can be used to supplement longer videos, or they can be used on their own as standalone content. MultiTV shots offer a number of advantages over traditional videos, including shorter length, lower production costs, and greater social media engagement. If you're looking for a way to improve the quality of your OTT service, MultiTV shots are worth considering.

How to use MultiTV shots in your OTT service?

When it comes to incorporating shots into your OTT service, there are a few things you need to keep in mind.

First and foremost, you need to make sure that the shots you use are high quality and offer good value to your viewers.

Secondly, you need to ensure that the shots are properly formatted so that they can be played back on all devices.

Finally, you need to make sure that the shots are properly captioned and subtitled so that viewers can understand them.

How to engage with social media followers using MultiTV shots?

There are a number of ways to engage with social media followers using MultiTV shots. One way is to post behind-the-scenes footage of what goes into making the video. This could include footage of the set, equipment, or actors in costume. Another way to engage viewers is to ask them questions about the video or their favorite scenes.

This allows viewers to feel like they are a part of the process and helps to create a connection with the video's creators. Additionally, providing sneak peeks of upcoming videos or content can generate excitement and encourage social media users to follow the account for more updates.