OtsAV allows you to play music videos, along side your existing music library, while still making use of all the core features in OtsAV. It's now possible to mix and beat mix video files in exactly the same way you would audio only files. So what sets OtsAV apart from other video playback software?
Truesmooth™ technology. The smoothest video playback you will find in any software! Full 60 FPS (frames per second) when using NTSC mode, and 50 FPS when using PAL mode.
Native Widescreen (16:9) and Legacy (4:3) Display support
True Standard Definition (DVD) quality playback, or Optimized Definition for less powerful computers. High Definition (HD-720p) available in some versions.
Broadcast quality Titling and Ticker display
Customization options for watermark and titling.
Numerous Video transitions (with more to come!)
Instant Load and Start (why would you want to wait for a song to pre-load before playing it?)
Playback speeds up to 800% (depending on system specs), and down to Pause (and everywhere in-between), forwards or backwards, with perfectly smooth playback.
If you want to use music video clips as part of your show, you need this. OtsAV is renowned for its reliability and ease of use. Converting your music video files to Ots files is a simple process. During the conversion process, the video properties of each file are automatically determined, including Aspect Ratio, Frames Per Second, Overscan area, De-Interlacing etc. This means that there is less work for you to produce a professional video output to your video display screens. Existing software doesn't take these attributes into consideration, resulting in less than professional results.
We have designed OtsAV in such a way that you can concentrate on what to play, rather than having to worry about how the videos are displayed.
Note: In order to play your video files in OtsAV, they must be in the Ots file format. For instructions on how to convert your existing video collection to Ots files, consult the Ots Studio documentation, or the Video Tutorial.
This Section Covers:
Video Hardware Requirements
Video card Configuration
Playing Music Videos in OtsAV