At IBC2018, Interra Systems will showcase its expertise in file-based workflows, demonstrating how OTT service providers can deliver exceptional audio-video quality on every device.
At IBC 2018, Interra Systems will spotlight its BATON ABR and ORION-OTT solutions, which set the industry benchmark for delivering high-quality streamed video. BATON ABR and ORION-OTT perform deep QC and monitoring for VOD content. Visitors will be able to see how BATON ABR's exhaustive checks at pre- and post-transcode stages, along with ORION-OTT's comprehensive, delivery-specific checks and features, assure exceptional QoE for every stream on every device.
Interra Systems also will introduce WINNOW, an ML-driven add-on for the BATON QC solution. Enabled by AI, WINNOW provides broadcasters with a high-performance compliance solution powered by ML and computer vision technologies. Seamlessly integrated with BATON, this enhancement can be deployed in both cloud and on-premises environments.
Also on stand will be VEGA, a media analysis solution that sets the benchmark for standards compliance, debug, and interoperability of encoded streams. Recent updates to the VEGA family include in-depth analysis of ABR formats, support for Windows 10, the latest HEVC HM reference code, HEVC-interlaced streams, VP9 streams (4:2:2, 4:4:4), PCAP streams, Dolby AC-4 audio, and AVS Plus video.
New VEGA ABR software provides in-depth analysis, debug, and troubleshooting of complex ABR streams, making it an indispensable tool for checking the quality and integrity of manifest files and variants.
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