Interra Systems’ Video QC and Monitoring Webinar
- 22 March, 2022
USA: Interra Systems, a leading provider of content QC, monitoring, and analysis solutions to the digital media industry, has announced that the company will present a webinar, Video QC and Monitoring for Better Streaming Quality and Efficiency, on March 30 at 12 p.m. ET.
Hosted by leading streaming media analyst Dan Rayburn and Interra Systems Vice President of Product Management Anupama Anantharaman, the webinar will explore the findings of a recent survey conducted by Rayburn and Interra Systems on the importance of employing comprehensive monitoring and QC for media content.
Rayburn is regarded as one of the foremost authorities, speakers, and writers on streaming media technology and online video business models. An avid blogger, author, and analyst, he's often referred to as the "voice of the industry" and has been quoted in more than a thousand news items by almost every major media outlet over the last 20 years.
Rayburn teamed up with Interra Systems to survey nearly 200 streaming industry decision makers on a variety of topics related to end-to-end QC and monitoring, including:
- QC practices for VOD catalogs
- Stream analysis strategies for ABR validation at the post-transcode stage
- Ad insertion verification for monetization and compliance
- Centralized analytics and orchestration management systems
- Monitoring at the CDN level
- Triage and troubleshooting of QoE issues at the device level
"The results of our survey, conducted in partnership with Dan, provide an interesting snapshot of where and what video service providers are monitoring, the complexity posed by new and upcoming video formats, and troubleshooting strategies across the streaming ecosystem," said Anantharaman. "We look forward to sharing these insights at our upcoming webinar and digging deeper into the importance of employing comprehensive QC and monitoring at video processing and key delivery points in the media distribution chain for optimum quality and efficiency."
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