Interactive penalty boxes have been added to Mediaproxy's Monwall multiviewer software.
Mediaproxy will demonstrate and explain new monitoring and compliance solutions in its 2018 NAB Show exhibit.
Mediaproxy provides solutions for unified recording, monitoring, and analysis of live IP, SDI, NDI, SMPTE2110, and OTT sources. At the 2018 NAB Show. the company will showcase its updated software for compliance and exception-based monitoring in its exhibit. The upgraded software is enhanced to enable exception-based monitoring within workflows to ensure compliance and quality control.
For real-time monitoring, Monwall multiviewer software now features interactive penalty boxes which can be fully customized with specific threshold levels for loudness levels, bandwidth drops, blackouts, and closed captioning.
Mediaproxy will demonstrate its support for Newtek NDI and SMPTE 2110 media over IP formats, further integrating its compliance recording and monitoring solutions within IP based workflows. By capturing NDI and SMPTE 2110 sources including metadata, Mediaproxy LogServer enables broadcasters to verify full compliance during all stages of IP deployment.
Also on display will be the latest version of Mediaproxy’s LogPlayer, for HTML5-based access to recorded content from anywhere and includes automated workflows for instant publishing to social media platforms. For network operators managing multiple stations and playouts, Mediaproxy is introducing a new live source comparison feature for real-time identification of mismatched content.
Mediaproxy supports all current industry standards for closed captioning, DVB Subtitling, SCTE-35, SCTE-104 and loudness.
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