QC Platform From Interra Systems Added To VidiNet

Arvato Systems’ VidiNet now offers the possibility to access all functions of the BATON QC system from Interra Systems as a cloud service.

Arvato Systems has announced its latest enhancement on VidiNet, the cloud-based media services platform of the Vidispine brand. These improvements enable automated quality control of video footage. This is done by integrating the file-based QC solution from Interra Systems.

Another advantage: a so-called 'elastic scaling' enables unlimited QC processes running simultaneously. The QC solution supports a wide range of media formats and offers a combination of automated and manual quality checks, such as subtitle and closed caption checking, audio speech identification or loudness detection and correction.

All BATON QC Checker capabilities are available within VidiNet. The base fee is charged per content minute, with Flash/PSE, Dolby AC3/E, HDR, and DRM incurring an additional fee per content minute. Results of the QC analysis are then visualized on the VidiNet timeline.

“We are delighted to add BATON QC as an option for VidiNet users,” comments Stefan Eckardt, Head of Platform Success within the Vidispine team at Arvato Systems. “Cloud-based QC is an important growth area in the industry, and this partnership is a win-win for both companies. It offers VidiNet users access to a powerful and reliable ML and AI-enabled automated QC platform, while VidiNet in turn allows BATON QC users to scale their service rapidly up to almost any level.”

He adds, “BATON is an ideal complement for VidiNet users who want to grow out of their on-premise systems and/or move their workflows completely to the cloud.”

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