Interra Systems, a global provider of software-based QC, monitoring, and analysis solutions for the digital media industry, today announced that Dubai-based MBC Group has successfully deployed its Baton automated, file-based QC solution.
MBC Group has multiple HD channels that are completely supported by file-based operations, integrated with the central MAM. The entire migration from a mixed to a file-based workflow was completed on a fail-safe design without interrupting the existing channels and infrastructure.
Interra Systems' Baton QC forms an integral part of the central check, ensuring the integrity of content within each step of MBC Group's workflow, including ingest, transcoding, playout, and archive. Through comprehensive quality checks, a scalable design, and support for a wide range of media formats and codecs, Baton enables MBC Group to deliver superior-quality television content.
"Our Baton solution allows broadcasters like MBC Group to verify content across multiple stages in their file-based workflows, providing them with a robust solution they can trust," said Sanjay Mittal, managing director for Asia at Interra Systems. "Featuring a flexible and scalable architecture, Baton is the perfect choice for MBC Group as they continue to expand, guaranteeing a superior quality television experience on all of its HD channels."
Interra will be demonstrating the latest version of Baton at CABSAT 2016, March 8-10 in Dubai.