04.01.2004 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
KWILL launches new video monitoring and measurement systems

KWILL is introducing a new line of video monitoring and measurement systems.

The QuMax can be configured to monitor up to 12 single end sources in real-time for video and audio errors.

The new products use KWILL's new, patented technology called 'Video DNA.' The systems use proprietary algorithms to monitor and measure digital video and audio - quality, eliminating the potential for human error. Results are reported in real-time and monitoring can be done remotely.

The products also perform quality error detection and measurement of video and audio.

KWILL is introducing:

  • The VP series. System includes the VP21S, which performs objective quality evaluation in real-time of SD video, utilizing double stimulus monitoring. The system can be used for debugging encoder/decoder operations, quality evaluation of broadcast systems, automatic dubbing, DVD authoring and DVD playback.

  • The QuMax. System uses a flexible architecture that can be customized for applicable markets. It is used mainly in the video production market for DVD authoring and player validation, dubbing quality monitoring and inspecting the quality of videos to be written to video servers. The system can be configured to monitor up to 12 single end sources in real-time for video and audio errors. It is compatible with a broad range of formats including SDTV, HDTV, NTSC and PAL.

For more information visit www.kwillcorporation.com.

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