Interra Systems’ BATON Supports Netflix Non-Branded Delivery Spec V.9.2

Interra Systems has announced that test plans for its BATON solution have been upgraded to comply with Version 9.2 of Netflix’s Non-Branded Delivery Specifications. With the update, media professionals can use a set of presets based on Netflix’s latest specifications to easily play, inspect, and verify HD/UHD/2K/4K IMF, SD/HD/UHD Apple ProRes, and alternate-language audio content, speeding up the turnaround of high-quality content to content delivery partners.

“Netflix recently revised its Licensed Delivery Specifications to Non-Branded Delivery Specifications in Version 9.2,” said Ashish Basu, executive vice president, worldwide sales and business development at Interra Systems. “Along with supporting the new specifications, we have enabled support for HDR validation, including sidecar Dolby Vision Mezzanine metadata validation, by integrating support for Dolby Vision Mastering tools (library Version 5.1.0). By upgrading the test plans for BATON, our customers can continue using Netflix delivery presets to save time and provide a consistent streaming experience for viewers.”

BATON is a leading ML- and AI-enabled automated QC platform that provides comprehensive quality and compliance checks for VOD content in the cloud and on premises for linear and streaming workflows. BATON supports a wide range of media formats and offers comprehensive quality checks, including extensive subtitles and CC verification, audio language identification, PSE correction, and loudness detection and correction. BATON’s powerful media player for frame-accurate review, rich QC analytics, and smart workflow tools is an industry-leading solution.

The upgraded test plans have been certified by Netflix for BATON Version 8.2 and higher and are available for download at The updated test plans will also be available in the BATON and Interra Cloud Services platforms from the next release onward.

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