Metrixstream e-wallet account is an online account that enables users to deposit funds to your business. Users can instantly utilize the funds (in form of credits / tokens) to purchase physical products or content, whether it’s streamed pay-per-min (ppm), pay-per-view (ppv), period rentals or traditional downloading.
Metrixstream now comes with a integrated ecommerce shopping cart solution which makes use of the video content management system CMS and ewallet system to handle all of the store operations. This tight integration allows a cross-pollination of Metrixstream features, such as using virtual currency to buy real products, and placing those products in the site just like any other content.
We now offer branch creation for website development. With this unique feature, you can create a development “branch” in your Metrixstream CMS for site edits. You can safely and effectively modify and update your entire codebase on the development branch without affecting what your users see on the live production branch. If you make a catastrophic mistake, you can just delete the branch and create a new one from you known working production branch.
For businesses that sell video content online – whether through video streaming, downloading, rental, or other business model – online video pirating is always an issue. If effective content protection steps are not taken to protect online video, piracy can become rampant. To address this issue, Metrixstream, provider of a robust online video platform, enables site owners to secure videos with anti-leech protection.
Even if you’ve never heard of virtual currency or emoney, there’s a good chance you have an ewallet somewhere online with some of these site-specific credits just waiting to be spent. Virtual currency is “credits” or “tokens” or “points” that are used to make purchases on the website from which this e money was purchased. An ewallet is the online account in which the virtual currency is stored. If you’ve ever bought FarmVille cash, Microsoft Points or Facebook Credits, what you’ve actually purchased is emoney.
Want to Start a VOD Business?
Here’s What You Need to Know about Video on Demand
It’s no secret that the way that consumers obtain and interact with videos has changed
drastically in the past decade. Each month sees more closures of traditional “brick and
mortar” video rental stores and the opening of more online video on demand (VOD)
businesses. Today’s consumers want instant gratification, and they want to get this instant
gratification from wherever they happen to be, using whatever computer, TV or mobile
device happens to be at hand. Video on demand – the purchasing of digital video for
instant enjoyment rather than having to obtain a physical copy of the video – delivers
this convenience. Entertainment that is purchased this way can be enjoyed via VOD
streaming or downloaded straight to the computer/media box.
What type of people want to start a VOD website?
The VOD business model can be successful for anyone who has video content that
they want to make available. This includes everyone from school districts to adult
entertainment companies, social media sites to sports and music. Well known video
on demand services include Netflix, Hulu and iTunes (not to mention all of the “adult