Interra Systems

Interra Systems

We are a global provider of enterprise-class solutions that streamline the classification, quality control (QC) process, and monitoring of media content across the entire creation and distribution chain.

Interra Systems’ products enable better quality video, reduced exposure to regulatory issues, and higher customer satisfaction - these tools are widely adopted by broadcast, cable, telco, satellite, IPTV, OTT, and post-production markets around the world.

Featuring AI and machine learning-enabled algorithms, along with a flexible, software-defined architecture, our solutions support a variety of deployment scenarios, including the cloud, for higher performance, scalability, and efficiency.

Our offerings include: 

Enterprise-class automated file-based QC systems that ensures high quality content at every stage; 

Video captioning creation and distribution tools, 

Automated audio video sync detection tools, 

Quality Assurance of ABR streams, allowing flawless delivery of live and VOD content, and

24x7 confidence monitoring of linear/live video delivery and In-depth media analysis tools, offering content debug & compliance.

Relying on Interra Systems' comprehensive video insights, media businesses can deliver video with high quality of experience, address new market trends, and improve monetization.

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