Mediaware showcasing latest transport stream software at IBC
28 Jul 2017
Canberra - 28th July 2017, Mediaware, a leading provider of digital television technologies, is showcasing its full suite of frame accurate transport stream processing software for interactive demonstration at IBC 2017 including InStream Splice and Matrix.
Visit our showcase in Hall 5 on stand A26 to explore two deployment scenarios:
Everything you need for multi-content switching, multi-channel linear television
Across the spectrum of television delivery, operators are struggling with the costs and complexity of achieving localisation and blackout for linear delivered
It is accepted within the broadcast industry that MPEG splicing is the most efficient means of deploying scalable content replacement and regionalised advertising insertion in transport stream broadcast environments. However, operators are still grappling with how best to manage the complexity of splicing within the tight constraints of a multi-channel statistical multiplex particularly for Linear OTT services.
At IBC 2017, Mediaware will demonstrate how frame accurate MPEG splicing for linear broadcast has a pivotal role to play in achieving compelling HD content localisation, advertising and playout.
Our interactive demonstration will highlight how simple it is to add transport stream content replacement software to deliver, differentiate and monetise multi-channel content, including support for the latest colour and compression such as Ultra HD/HEVC, 10 bit colour, 4:2:2 compression and AVC-Intra.
High Density Audio Loudness Control and Time Delay
With the ever increasing number of regular and turn-around channels, operators are constantly approaching Mediaware on how they can utilise compressed domain processing to overcome increasing linear cost blowout. At SMPTE 2017, Mediaware will explain its unique approach to modular processing using the Mediaware Technology Matrix. Our Matrix preview showcases how easy it is to manage high density audio loudness control* while handling multiple transport stream time delay for time zone adjustment – within the constraints of a statistical multiplex.
For demonstrations of how InStream Splice and Matrix can be used to reliably manage your deployment costs on a channel by channel basis, please visit Mediaware at IBC 2017 on our stand 5.A26.
* Powered by Linear Acoustic® APTO™. APTO is designed to control loudness of audio content within user specified parameters, while providing the best listening experience within a wide range of playback environments.