Interra Systems Speeds Up Mediacan’s QC Operations

Baton’s Media Player provides extensive QC checks ensure delivery of flawless, error-free video and audio content.

Interra Systems recently announced that CUDO Mediacan, a Korean broadcast provider with multiple TV channels, has deployed Interra Systems' BATON file-based QC.

"Delivering high-quality content quickly is critical in the broadcast world," said Seo Gi Min, deputy head of department at CUDO Mediacan. "Prior to deploying BATON, our QC process was entirely manual, which limited our ability to scale up operations during periods of growth and perform in-depth verification of content. BATON automates our quality control activities, allowing us to deliver superior quality content consistently to viewers."

BATON speeds up QC and ensures content quality with extensive video and audio checks, compliance verification, and seamless integration with third-party equipment.

BATON at Mediacan is seamlessly integrated with a SeaChange video server to provide efficient content verification and playout from Mediacan's broadcast facilities. The system supports a wide range of media formats, in-depth audio and video checks. The high availability of BATON keeps Mediacan's QC operations running smoothly, even if one of the hardware components fails. Mediacan is also using the BATON Media Player (BMP), an industry-grade media player with options for SDI playout.

"Our BATON QC solution is specifically designed to provide speed, scalability, and ease of use in enterprise video environments, and that's why it's trusted by leading broadcasters all around the world," said Kanishka Tongya, director of sales (APAC and MEA) Interra Systems. "Relying on BATON, Mediacan can rest easy in knowing that its content will always be of the highest quality and in compliance with all industry regulations."

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