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Enhanced web tools in latest C-nario software

Paddy Baker 26 April 2010
Enhanced web tools in latest C-nario software

The C-nario Messenger 3.4 digital signage platform allows users to undertake simple web-based content uploading and management. Based on open architecture, C-nario Messenger is a complete digital signage display, distribution and management software platform that is said to provide "better-than-broadcast" quality playback in any shape, size and resolution.

The new launch follows hot on the heels of C-nario’s successful appearance at the ISE 2010 exhibition (pictured).

Framed by the ability to specify access according to role and authorisation level, the new web tools include C-nario Local Web Editor, which enables local control via the web over a designated zone in the template/layout, and C-nario Media Manager for remote content uploading and approval via the web.

C-nario Messenger 3.4 also includes new, improved dynamic media items, including the Slideshow feature, which presents an intuitive workflow for static and dynamic content according to pre-defined image flow. The new Multi-Streamer supports a rich set of video streaming – including IP cameras, IP streamers and other standard sources – while the advanced Web Feed Reader allows replacement of video files, based on tags, scripts or low-resolution files.

Among other features, the new version of Messenger also supports the latest Windows 7 operating system.

"The new version of C-nario Messenger extends C-nario’s leadership position in the global digital signage market," said Yael Elstein, C-nario’s vice president marketing. "C-nario Messenger 3.4 demonstrates C-nario’s commitment to its customers in developing simple online tools and features that meet the growing demand of digital signage users for simple content management tools."

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