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There are two types of backup required to fully restore a Video Furnace system: 1. System configuration 2. Video assets (the actual video content) The original base server configuration at the time of installation is saved off-site should a full sy...
To avoid certificate errors being shown to your users, you must ensure your Active Directory domain trusts the Video Furnace server's certificate. There are two possible approaches to achieve this: * Allow the server to generate self-signed cert...
The OneLan digital signage system can display MPEG content from Video Furnace. OneLan units play back video content stored within the OneLan system, so content must first be exported from Video Furnace to allow it to be displayed. This step-by-step ...
In a situation where guide data in not populating past the current days TV listings, please perform the following procedure before raising a ticket. * Sign into Furnace * Navigate to tools portal * Select VF Channel Manager * Select TMS Displ...
AVS-For-You is a simple low cost software application used for conversion of video files across multiple formats. This article documents in illustrated steps, the use of AVS-For-You for the purpose of importing video content from varying sources int...
The primary format supported for importing video content to the Video Furnace system is MPEG-2 or H.264 Transport Stream files. The supported format specifications are: o Video codec MPEG-2 or MPEG-1, audio codec MPEG-1 Layer 2 or o Video codec H...
Last updated: Sept 29, 2014 16h00 Subsequent to the discovery of the Shellshock Bash Linux security flaw in recent days - (CVE-2014-6271), Haivision and Techex would like to draw your attention to any potential impact on the Haivision product lines. ...
The latest update to the Video Furnace software, released April 2012, is focussed on the user interface and workflow for both content managers and users. Key new features include: * Improved programme guide in player * Improved VOD portal * Dra...
Some high security environments employ Windows software restriction policies to limit which applications can be launched on a user's PC. If the policy is configured such that access to all but specified applications is denied, the Video Furnace player ...
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