NAB 2017: Singular.Live Brings Personalized, Interactive Graphics to OTT
Singular has released Singular.Live, a cloud-based platform for OTT that allows content producers to easily design, build, control, and publish interactive graphics on top of live video feeds for delivery to a range of connected devices. Backed by investment partner Reality Check Systems, Singular.Live will be on display in Booth C8332 at NAB 2017, as well as at the LiveU booth (C2617).
Singular.Live is built on common web standards and an open architecture to streamline production and delivery of compelling live content to most web-enabled devices — from smartphones and tablets to desktop computers and smart TVs. It enables broadcasters, live-production professionals, and streaming enthusiasts to deliver customized graphics for each viewer from language localization to targeted ads, interactivity and more.
Singular.Live feature highlights include:
- Seamless insertion of real-time, broadcast-quality graphics into live streams
- Robust data integration for driving advanced data visualizations
- Intuitive controls for managing real-time graphics production across live streams
- Scalable cloud-based infrastructure
- Video player, control app, and widget SDKs, as well as an external control API for easy integration with third-party platforms
- Ability to play real-time graphics on consumer devices or embed them into video via Singular composition service Singular|Flow, which the company will preview at NAB 2017 alongside its Singular|Studio graphics control service
- Support for LiveU, with additional streaming platforms to follow
“The future of live content is not only personalized but also interactive, and Singular.Live is leading the way. By leveraging the power of the cloud, it allows content producers to deliver dynamic, targeted content to engage viewers in ways never before possible,” says David Zerah, CEO, Singular. “It will also allow data providers to create amazing new widgets and data visualizations that they can offer to their customers. Singular.Live debuted as a technology preview at NAB last year to much enthusiasm, and, after an intensive year of R&D, we’re excited to roll it out to content producers around the world at NAB 2017.”
As Singular evolves the platform, the company is looking to partner with data integrators, and complementary platforms and services.
Pricing and Availability
Singular.Live is available today as a standalone platform for broadcasters and live-production and streaming professionals, as well as an OEM solution. Pricing varies based on the number of users, usage time, and data requirements.