6. Only one. However, if you forward cache to a content network provider that is within the bounds of the license allowed.
7. You are only limited by the size of your hard drive(s). back
8. If you would like to have more than one domain name on the same server they can be purchased for an additional $299. If you would like to have an additional server with a new domain name than you will need to buy another license. back
9. Yes, if you go to the Vx30 Encoder area of our Products section you will find a link to a trial encoder. back
10. You can purchase online through our store or by placing an order. Our sales department can be reached toll-free at 866-661-5699, or if you are with a corporation in good credit standing we can invoice you and you would fax back a purchase order. back
11. Currently we support OSX 10.2 and newer. It will work with G4 PowerMac and newer but we have had some difficulties with older PowerBook models. This is currently being developed stay tuned. back
12. We do have play and pause. This can be done either by right clicking the video for a drop down menu or by using the control bar at the bottom of the video.
Fast forward and rewind will be a part of future versions. back
13. When you encode the video you create various profiles for the intended audience. This is highly customizable to fit your specific needs. back
14. No, you create multiple files to fit different types of customers. However the java player has a bandwidth detection feature that will select the appropriate file for the end user. back
15. Running at 300kbps (perfect for a 320 x 240 video), 2.2MBytes back
17. No. The encoder application runs on Windows and there is currently no API for uploading and encoding files from a remote location. back
18. VX30? files can be streamed from any Operating System/Web Server combination. VX30? is as generic to a web server as an image file. back
19. Yes that is customizable through the VX30? Encoding application. From within the application you can select a bitmap or jpeg image for a background image, a title and an end image. back
20. No. Vx30 movies can be of any length back
21. The Vx30 Encoder has been tested on a variety of platforms including all service packs for Windows XP and Windows 2000. It also has been tested on a variety of hardware platforms including Pentium III, Pentium IV, Celeron, Pentium M, and Athlon XP family.
We have tested VX30 streaming on a number of Web Servers including Windows Server 2000 and 2003 running IIS. We have also tested on Sun Solaris running iPlanet, and Linux/OSX running Apache. In addition VX30 has been successfully delivered across the Akamai Network.
On the client end we have tested VX30 video an a number of computers and web browsers including PC, Macintosh, and Linux/Unix workstations. Browsers tested include Netscape, Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Firefox, Gnome Conqueror, Safari and Opera. back
22. Currently VX30? files can be run on any browser that is enabled by Java Virtual Machine (jvm) or Microsoft Virtual Machine (mvm). We have tracked hundreds of thousands of visitors through our site and we found that 93% of browsers are java enabled. back
23. A single server(dual processor) can support up to 250 simulatenous connections. back
24. Yes. As long as the e-mail client support java and html. back
25. VX30? operates up to an amazing 30 frames per second for best quality picture. back
26. No. VX30? uses the standard HTTP port (80). As long as the firewall is configured to allow standard internet traffic VX30? can be streamed to the client. back
27. No. VX30? leaves absolutely no footprint on the user. Even the player, an ultra-lite Java Applet, is streamed to the user at the beginning of their session. back
28. No. VX30? does not rely on any type of media player to operate. back
29. Yes, VX30? can work on any system that supports Java. back
30. No. Because VX30? truly streams the Video File the amount of time it takes to start playing the Video is unrelated to file size. back
31. The VX30? will start automatically. However once playing the VX30? Player is capable of being stopped, paused, fast fowarded and rewound. back
32. The VX30? Encoder is a windows applications that requires a 1.8ghz processor. back
33. The VX30? Encoder software can be installed and configured within a day. The VX30 Encoder comes with an Installation Shield that will allow you to easily install your software. Once installed the Encoder is very easy and intuitive to use. back
34. No, but the browser caches 20MB of video. This video, along with the java player, remains in the browser until it is closed. This allows the end user to watch the video several times without having to download it again. This also makes for faster video loading when the end user switches from video to video. back
35. Yes, VX30 Ad-Stats is based upon phpadsnew
(an open source project)back