New software-defined feature for Vision cloud monitoring platform also provides rich metrics and analytics to help users better understand overall TV audience impact of QoE problems to fight advertising revenue loss.
New ENENSYS division is the culmination of several years’ work and considerable investment. It provides a platform for the company’s established test and measurement expertise as well as new product development.
Tektronix announced that Japan Business Systems has launched a cloud-based automated video quality assurance service based on the Tektronix QCloud platform. The new Cloud VIDEO POST service allows broadcasters and video content creators and providers to add comprehensive quality control (QC) of file-based content to their workflow with minimal upfront
Triveni Digital announced it has teamed up with Capitol Broadcasting Company, owner and operator of North Carolina television stations WRAL-TV, WRAZ-TV, and WILM-TV, to broadcast the first live commercial ATSC 3.0 simulcast in the USA.
As operators in the global broadcast, cable, telco, satellite, IPTV, OTT, and post-production markets deliver a growing amount of high-quality video content, including HDR/UHD/4K, to various screens, the need for reliable, efficient, and scalable quality control (QC) and monitoring solutions becomes ever more critical.
Leader Electronics Corporation supports the advancement of IP-based production by participating in the recent launch of a dedicated IP Live Studio in Sony’s Digital Motion Picture Centre Europe (DMPCE) at Pinewood Film Studios near London.
A Qligent visualization upgrade, new for IBC 2016, provides users with an extended set of widgets, key performance indicators (KPIs) and user-definable parameters that allow users to characterize when signal quality and other performance thresholds have been breached.
Visitors at the PHABRIX exhibit at the recent Broadcast Asia 2016 show were looking for hands on demonstrations of T&M solutions featuring a combined test generator, signal analyzer and monitoring toolset.
HDR could be the next major innovation for television broadcasting ahead of the mainstream adoption of 4K/UHD. Leader Instruments Corporation made several announcements and product introductions related to both at the 2016 NAB Show, and joined the TICO Alliance.