Triveni Digital Launch GuideBuilder XM Guest Station Edition

Triveni Digital’s new GuideBuilder XM Edition simplifies ATSC 3.0 service delivery for guest stations in a channel sharing environment.

The new offering empowers ATSC 3.0 guest stations to have full control over their allotted ATSC 3.0 bandwidth — independent from the host station — to optimize video quality, digital rights management, and the delivery of revenue-generating services such as datacasting.

The latest edition of GuideBuilder XM allows guest stations to manage input listing services and outputs via a direct Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) of a DSTP link to the host station’s Broadcast Gateway or third-party scheduler. Ultimately, the solution offers guest stations within an ATSC 3.0 ecosystem greater autonomy and control over broadcast operations while ensuring compatibility and coordination with the primary lighthouse station's infrastructure.

Offering a seamless migration path, GuideBuilder XM Guest Station Edition is a simple, cost-effective solution for station management that allows guest stations to easily upgrade to a full GuideBuilder XM during their transition to ATSC 3.0. An evolution of Triveni Digital’s GuideBuilder XM transport encoder, it is an essential solution for ATSC 3.0 broadcasting and channel sharing.

Triveni Digital is showcasing the new GuideBuilder XM Guest Station Edition and other ATSC 3.0 innovations at the 2024 NAB. 

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