Actus Clip Factory PRO.
Actus’ intelligent monitoring platform supports numerous broadcast use cases, including compliance recording, technical and OTT monitoring, and advanced clips creation.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates-based regional television channel Al Aan TV is utilizing Actus Digital’s intelligent monitoring platform. The Actus platform provides Al Aan TV with a highly adaptable and future-proof solution for compliance recording, content monitoring, advanced clips creation and export, and more, helping the broadcaster to increase viewer engagement and assure a high quality of service (QoS) for one of the leading Arabic channels in the Middle East.
Actus’ compliance and monitoring software is hardware-agnostic, enabling deployment of the platform on existing, on-premises servers. The implementation was achieved in record time, thanks to Actus Digital’s comprehensive deployment expertise, training, and 24/7 support.
The platform offers a wide range of features, including a multiviewer functionality that allows the broadcaster to review a mix of over-the-air and OTT sources on a single large screen. The browser-based multiviewer provides a bird’s eye view of QoS issues, speeding up error resolution, while offering remote access with super-low latency and simple layout customizations. Actus Clip Factory PRO is also utilised to quickly repurpose content for online distribution.
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