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No sweat: Domyos and Digigram partner for live gym streaming

Digigram today announced that Domyos, an Oxylane Group Company (formerly Decathlon Group) with two Domyos Club fitness centers in Lille (Northern France), has installed a Digigram AQILIM *SERV/FIT encoding and transcoding platform to enable live streaming of its Domyos Coach fitness courses and to automate recording and packaging of that content for on-demand viewing. Supplied by systems integrator Novastream, the Digigram solution makes it easy for Domyos to give both existing and prospective members online access to the latest instructional videos and training sessions via the newly redesigned Domyos website.

“The Digigram AQILIM *SERV/FIT is a cost-effective and highly adaptable solution that enabled Novastream to meet our specific requirements for management of live streaming, as well as recoding and export functions,” says Mathieu Desmarez, engineer at Domyos. “By streamlining and simplifying this process, the Digigram solution has allowed us to leverage our on-site fitness offering to provide full online video services and, in turn, to engage our membership in an even more dynamic and interactive manner.”

Novastream developed the Domyos Live solution, which not only makes live sessions available online on both PC and Mac platforms, including mobile devices, but also enables viewers to view a schedule of live streaming events and to share the site on social networks. At the same time, Domyos is able to collect real-time statistics on viewership for each course.

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