Interra to Show 4K QC, Monitoring
At the 2016 NAB Show New York in November, Interra Systems will demonstrate its QC/monitoring solutions, which are designed to support ...
At the 2016 NAB Show New York in November, Interra Systems will demonstrate its QC/monitoring solutions, which are designed to support HEVC compression and 4K video. Products and technologies highlighted at the show will include HEVC, HDR, and 4K support; file-based quality control; adaptive bitrate (ABR) monitoring; and media analyzers.
Interra will provide live demos of its QC and monitoring solutions to check and assure the integrity of 4K UltraHD, HEVC, HDR, DPX, and IMF content. The products are designed to support increased intensity, color, and bit depths per the ITU-R BT.2020 specification.
The company's BATON 7.0 is the latest version of its QC solution for file-based SD, HD, and cloud-based workflows. BATON 7.0 expands upon the system's pre-existing support for language verification of subtitles and closed-caption files with new multi-language checks of audio tracks. The system currently offers auto detection support for a variety of languages, including English, Spanish, German, French, and Dutch. Detection of Arabic, Italian, Portuguese, and Swedish are expected to be available later in 2016.
Using BATON, operators can automatically match the language in each audio track with associated metadata as well as simultaneously check multiple audio tracks in each media asset.
Interra's BATON+ QC and data analysis system will also be on display.
The company's ORION-OTT system is a software-based over-the-top (OTT) solution for real-time monitoring of ABR content for multiscreen service delivery. ORION-OTT leverages audio/video quality analysis technologies to enable monitoring of online video delivery for quality and compliance purposes.
Interra's VEGA media analysis platform is intended for standards compliance, debug, and interoperability of encoded streams. Recent updates to the VEGA family include support for Windows 10, the latest HEVC HM reference code, HEVC interlaced streams, VP9 streams (4:2:2, 4:4:4), PCAP streams, Dolby AC-4 audio, and AVS Plus video.