NOA took on the task of developing its own QC evaluation tool to optimize workflows and enhance the process quality of the most demanding projects.
Unless you are a greenfield site, have one vendor to meet all your operational and creative needs, or are incredibly lucky, you will at some point need to integrate your Cloud Software-as-a-Service into the broadcast workflows. This is much easier said than done.
Master once and use forever should strike fear in the heart of anyone why hasn’t got their quality pipeline correct. What does this mean for IMF?
Quality control (QC) operations are evolving. A decade ago, QC was strictly a manual-based process. In more recent years, broadcasters have relied on file-based, automated QC workflows to speed up operations and ensure the accuracy of video and audio content.
There are many benefits to a file-based workflow. One of those is the ability to automatically check video for a laundry list of errors and if the file meets compliance specifications. It is important to understand what can and cannot be properly measured in file-based content with today’s automatic QC and test-and-measurement tools.
In the previous Cloud Broadcasting article, we looked at the business case for public clouds. In this article, we delve further into Cloud Born systems and go deeper into cloud security.