Chelmsford, Mass. – ioGates, a Broadcast Pix™ company, today announced it offers integrated support for the new EditShare QScan automated quality control family of products. Announced in March, QScan offers file-based video and audio AQC that simplifies compliance and delivery requirements. With its single-pass analysis technology, which shows errors almost instantly without the need for retesting when users change test parameters, QScan ROI can be measured in days not weeks.
“EditShare QScan is already supporting deliverable formats to broadcasters including PBS and the UK DPP,” explained Luis Rodriguez, director of QScan business development for EditShare. “We are extremely grateful that ioGates has integrated QScan, because it makes it easier than ever for their clients to deliver high-quality content.”
AQC software allows TV stations and post-production facilities to review incoming and outgoing files for loudness, macroblocking, dropouts, freeze frames, and other potential errors. “Our integration with QScan makes it easy to verify media files and produce detailed reports within the streamlined ioGates workflow,” explained Jesper Andersen, COO of ioGates.
Support for the new EditShare QScan AQC product line has been integrated into the ioGates cloud-based media management service.
Trusted by post-production facilities, movie studios, and broadcasters, the ioGates cloud-based media management service provides a secure platform for uploading, sharing, collaborating, distributing, and archiving media content. Its browser-based workflow system eliminates complex formatting and FTP issues that impede content sharing and productivity. ioGates also powers the BPNet™ production ecosystem that provides the control-over-IP capabilities of BPswitch™ integrated production switchers. All Broadcast Pix switchers include an ioGates account.
About Broadcast Pix With a tightly coupled switcher and 3D motion graphics CG, Broadcast Pix provides the most fully integrated live video production systems with patented control and automation technology. From compact units to large-scale, multi-system solutions, every Broadcast Pix features an extensive toolset that makes it easy to optimize and customize your workflows locally and over IP. Plus, its BPNet ecosystem provides secure cloud services and asset management. Founded in 2002, Broadcast Pix has customers in more than 100 countries and is the leader in fully integrated production switchers for government, broadcast, streaming, live event, and visual radio applications. Learn more at www.broadcastpix.com.
Broadcast Pix, BPNet, and BPswitch are a trademark of Broadcast Pix, Inc. Patented. Switchers are made in USA.
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