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Interra’s BatonTM File-Based QC Selected by Silver Trak Digital’s Media SphereTM Workflow

Interra Systems, a global leader in Content QC and Monitoring, is pleased to announce that Silver Trak Digital has selected BatonTM File-based QC for its Media SphereTM Digital Workflow Solution. Media Sphere now includes comprehensive Baton video quality checking in a single point, media centre environment that handles all aspects of content acquisition, editing, and delivery.

“Interra’s Baton QC is a necessary part of the workflow in Silver Trak Digital's Media Sphere. It is integrated as an essential content checker in automated processes for files coming into Media Sphere and also for files leaving Media Sphere for delivery,” said Christian Christiansen, Managing Director at Silver Trak Digital. “One of Baton's essential roles in Media Sphere is to ensure files created and/or stored within Media Sphere meets the clients technical requirements so that the integrity of the file is assured. We are very impressed with the capabilities and flexibility of Baton QC,” added Christian Christiansen.

“We are pleased that Silver Trak Digital is deploying Baton as part of their Media Sphere solution. Baton has emerged as a preferred file-based QC in Digital workflow solutions that handle end-to-end asset processing, transformation, and delivery. Operations on assets such as digitization, editing, and transcoding may introduce video-audio quality issues in content or affect standards compliance. Adopting Baton file-based QC as a part of asset processing further enhances operational efficiencies and delivers content that meets delivery specification and end user experience,” said Sanjay Mittal, Managing Director-Asia at Interra Systems.

Media Sphere™ is Australia's first single point, end to end solution truly encompassing all aspects of digitising, transcoding, technical assessment (QC), storage and digital distribution workflows. Media Sphere™ gives the broadcast industry and distributors a central solution for program conforming for broadcast and on-air requirements.

BatonTM is the Industry Leading, Enterprise-Class File-based QC solution. More than 300 Broadcasters, Post-Production houses, IPTV, Telemedia, Satellite, and Archiving companies trust Baton QC in production. Baton delivers better formats support, most comprehensive quality checks, more efficient verification and enterprise scalability than any other QC offering available today.

About Interra Systems:

Interra Systems is a software products and services provider for Digital Media industry. Interra’s Digital Media solutions are led by BatonTM, an Automated File-based QC solution that ensures media Content Readiness, by Vega, a family of Media analyzers for standards compliant media content creation and distribution, and by Orion, real-time content monitoring software. Interra is headquartered in Cupertino, CA. www.interrasystems.com

About Silver Trak Digital:

Silver Trak Digital has over 30 years of experience in Audio, Video and Data content Management, Broadcast Duplication and Technical Assessment of Film and Television Programming (QC). Silver Trak Digital provides leading edge services across broadcast duplication, content management, disc duplication and replication services as well as pro media distribution from world leading brands.

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