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Penny Westlake, Director – Europe at Interra Systems, Speaks to IABM at IBC 2022 - She emphasizes the need for a cohesive, holistic, QC and monitoring solution throughout the entire broadcast and OTT workflow to ensure the best QoS and QoE.
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As SVOD Subscriptions Explode Globally, AI/ML and Cloud Technologies Are Key to Automating Closed Captioning, Subtitling, and Audio Dubbing Processes
The IABM | September 16, 2022
By 2026, the number of SVOD subscriptions is expected to reach 1.64 billion globally — an increase of 491 million compared with 2021.
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Why Cloud-Based Monitoring And QC Is Critical For OTT Streaming
The Broadcast Bridge | August 29, 2022
Driven in no small part by the COVID-19 pandemic, over-the-top (OTT) streaming has exploded over the last few years. In the United States, about 53% of households currently have three or more subscription video on-demand (SVOD) services, and 27% have five or more.
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A Smooth Transition to IP Infrastructure Requires Simplified ST 2110 Monitoring
CSI Magazine | August 27, 2022
Over the last few years, over-the-top (OTT) video streaming has exploded. The surge was initially driven by the COVID-19 lockdowns, and has continued due in large part to a steady stream of new and original content from broadcasters and streaming providers.
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Automated Captioning Rises To The Cloud
TVNewsCheck | July 30, 2022
AI-driven automated captioning for broadcasters continues its upward trajectory of accuracy and speed, while more recently the service is evolving toward hybrid on-prem and cloud models and multi-language translation capabilities.
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Machine learning based chroma phase offset detection and correction in motion video
Generally, chroma phase or hue offset issues within a scene are hard to detect, without a reference or context. Moreover, when it comes to skin/flesh tones, hue deviation can be noticeable and can markedly degrade the viewer quality of experience(QoE), whenever it does occur. Overall issues with chroma offset or hue within the video content could potentially be approached by extracting and analyzing a reliable reference, using a machine learning (ML) based facial recognition and tracking followed by, within some allowable deviation.
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NAB Show NY 2022
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October 19–20, 2022
Javits Center, New York
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April 15–19, 2023
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