Actus Track Match – Compare
aired and original content
Automatic alerts on broadcast deviation
How can you make sure that the broadcasted channel that is aired in different locations or by different affiliates was not changed in any way? Actus TrackMatch™ offers a solution.
With TrackMatch™, broadcasters can compare two different TV channels, making sure they relay the same content. TrackMatch™ will report any content discrepancies, automatically flagging meaningful changes between the two feeds, according to a set of predefined rules. Actus TrackMatch™ performs content comparisons using the latest digital signal processing technology.
TrackMatch™ can also be integrated with Actus AlertCenter™ which provides real time alerts on audio and video issues, such as loss or degradation of video and audio signal.
TrackMatch™ compares any two signals, from any source (IP, SDI, analog, ASI, DVB, ASI, HLS, etc), from any location (e.g., from two continents), and at any resolution, bitrate, and aspect ratio. Using TrackMatch™, broadcasters and content distributors can detect any deviation in an affiliated channel, such as ad replacement, content change, or any significant variation in the image quality, as well as drop in Signal to Noise.
TrackMatch™ will compare the proxy of the original feed with any of the copy feed and issue reports. If needed, the operators can access and view the recordings of any of the remote servers using the Actus View module.
Compare different video streams
Marking the differences
Monitor the differences
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