Mediaproxy will be showcasing its updated software for compliance and exception-based monitoring at BroadcastAsia in Singapore (June 26-28) on booth 6R1-06.
Broadcasters are managing an increasing number of live content streams for television as well as OTT services, each with a growing number of features such as closed captioning, multiple languages, and targeted ad-insertion. With the ever-growing amount of video streams and metadata that needs to be monitored, Mediaproxy has enhanced its software to enable exception-based monitoring within workflows to ensure compliance and quality control.
For real-time monitoring, Monwall multiviewer software now features interactive penalty boxes which can be fully customized with specific threshold levels for loudness, bandwidth drops, blackouts, and closed captioning.
For network operators managing multiple stations and playouts, Mediaproxy is introducing a new live source comparison feature for real-time identification of mismatched content. One or more live sources can be compared based on video content and alert operators immediately when they are not matching.
The new AI engine allows for detection of branding to generate reports for further commercial analysis. This also extends to detecting station and advertisers’ logos, parental guidance and viewer warnings, offering various monitoring and competitive analysis options.
Support for Newtek NDI and SMPTE 2110 media over IP formats further enhances the input matrix into its compliance recording and monitoring solutions. By capturing NDI and SMPTE 2110 sources including metadata Mediaproxy LogServer allows broadcasters to ensure full compliance during all stages of IP deployment.
The latest version of Mediaproxy’s LogPlayer is HTML5-based for access to recorded content from anywhere and includes automated workflows for instant publishing to social media platforms.
Mediaproxy Logserver also supports monitoring of radio stations for regulatory compliance. This now includes full compliance support for logging and monitoring of Internet radio, AM, FM, and DAB+ RF digital radio alongside video sources.