AMC Networks is expanding its use of quality control systems provider Venera Technologies’ Pulsar automated file-based QC system.
Pulsar is a file-based automated QC system designed to automate content QC at various stages in the content workflow, such as ingest, archive, and playout. Pulsar is a verification system with support for checking a wide range of audio/video formats and parameters.
“Venera’s Pulsar has the combination of simplicity, performance, and features we require in media file QC software,” said Michael Mallozzi, vice president of broadcast engineering and system design for AMC Networks broadcasting and technology. “Given our positive experience with our initial Pulsar installation in improving the quality of the content in our file-based workflow, as well as Venera’s ongoing support and responsiveness to our requests since our first Pulsar installation in 2013, we chose to expand our QC operations with additional Pulsar systems, which we have found provide us the best value and ROI.”
Venera Technolgies will be exhibiting at IBC on stand 7.C03
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20 April 2018 @ 15:43:36 UTC