Interra Systems is to unveil Baton 6.3, the latest version of its solution for file-based QC, at BVE 2016.
Baton 6.3 optimises the QC process for 4K UHD, HEVC, HDR, DPX, and IMF content, and cloud-based workflows, through a wide range of enhancements, including improvements to video/audio quality checks, data checks, audio language detection, verification checks across formats, usability improvements in test plan creation/management, and more.
The new capabilities for the Baton+ QC and data analysis solution will also be demonstrated. Using the software, broadcasters and post production houses can unlock a number of functionalities, including workflow QC, data analytics, and a centralised management console.
Interra Systems will also be highlighting its Orion real time content monitoring system, which now features enhanced usability and reporting capabilities.
Orion performs critical monitoring functions on hundreds of services simultaneously from a single platform, providing operators with a single point of visibility and access to important information such as status, alerts, alarms, visible impairments, error reports, triggered captures, and more, to speed up monitoring operations and improve QoS and QoE.
The company will highlight its media analysis platform for standards compliance, debug, and interoperability of encoded streams. With Vega, service providers can reach deep levels of a media file to generate error reports and analysis. This reduces R&D and QA time in delivering standards-compliant video.