We are proud to release the new version of BazePort IPTV. The 8.2 version includes brand-new features like the Cherry-page, several enhancements, new functionalty in Flow and so much more.
INTRODUCING THE CHERRY-PAGE
For the first time, we are introducing the BazePort Cherry-page. The Cherry-page presents content on the TV's Start page that is cherry-picked for the viewer. The most relevant content will be available directly from the TV's start page.
With the new and personalised entertainment selection, the viewer will immediately find something enjoyable to watch with a minimal amount of effort.
TAG TO CHERRY-PAGE
With the introduction of BazePort Cherry-page, we have defined a new set of tags, allowing pages to be tagged to the Cherry-page.
Individual pages from the Info Portal can now be tagged to Cherry-page, to the Start page menu, or as landing page or landing page carousel in the BazePort web app, see figure below.
NEW FUNCTIONALITY IN BAZEPORT FLOW
BazePort Flow was introduced in BazePort 8 and we added a couple of new features in 8.1.
In version 8.2 we present the new action type 'Web request'. It is used to trigger an action in a third-party system.
Say you have an emergency situation and would like to trigger a video on all your screens. If you run a third-party Digital Signage system for some of your screens, the BazePort web request is what you need. A button in a BazePort dashboard can be set up to trigger an action to playback a predefined video in the third-party system. No need to log in to the third-party system when time is already short.
BAZEPORT APPLICATION APPROVED FOR NETFLIX
BazePort Android native app, the built-in BazePort application used on Philips MediaSuite TV models, is now approved for Netflix and supports Android Pie OS.
BazePort is the first IPTV application approved by Netflix for use in professional environments without integrating with a third-party system.
With the new release comes generation 7 of BazePort servers. In addition to that we are giving BazePort Seea customers the option to connect set-top box model CT-2191 using Wi-Fi.
WHO CAN UPGRADE?
Anyone who holds a valid BazePort Service Agreement (BSA) or BazePort Support and/or Software Upgrade Agreement (SLA), is entitled to this upgrade, as this is part of our product design and development commitment.
HOW TO UPGRADE?
The BazePort 8.2 release is implemented for our clients over the air. No downtime, planning nor on-site installs are needed.