Voltair Data Export To Show Which Programming Isn't Encoding Well Now Available
April 5, 2016 at 3:59 AM (PT)
The TELOS ALLIANCE's 25-SEVEN division has announced new VOLTAIR Data Export Licenses for users to get comprehensive minute-by-minute data analyzing which programming does not encode well in the PPM.
The license lets users export VOLTAIR's minute-by-minute history of confidence metrics in a color-coded Excel spreadsheet for each day, allowing programmers to line up the data with programming, commercials, and songs.
"Broadcasters know that not all programming encodes equally well in PPM, and some content encodes downright badly," said 25-SEVEN Founder/Pres. GEOFF STEADMAN. "While the VOLTAIR unit itself provides a visual display that indicates when content is or isn't being encoded well, the data that VOLTAIR constantly collects gives a more granular analysis."