​VSN Improves Its AQC Tool

The enhanced Quality Control tool VSNQC includes compatibility with IMF and new analysis formats, combining test templates and unique analyses to improve the efficiency of the results obtained.

Compatibility with global content delivery standards IMF and AS11/X9, as well as existing compliance with DPP offering traditional broadcasters and OTT platforms “full standardization of content quality control processes, metadata, and technical requirements internationally,” says Aaron López, COO of VSN.

“This improved compatibility allows workflow migration and enables seamless interoperability with broadcasters in the UK and the U.S depending on the file format. Thus, the content can be distributed through any platform and screen, whether live or on demand, always in perfect condition.”

Another improvement included in VSNQC powered by Quales is the possibility of combining test templates with unique analyses, improving the efficiency of the results obtained in a wide variety of projects. This means users avoid performing a completely new analysis for each new parameter they wish to evaluate. Instead, they only have to perform a single file quality check, from which users are immediately able to access the results of each new parameter they wish to examine, making the process much easier.

Finally, there are other improvements at the interface and UX level, in the timeline and analytical reports offered by VSNQC, “allowing for a much more visual and intuitive frame-by-frame error detection,” says López.

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