Triveni Digital Adds Features to StreamScope MT-40
N.J.: Triveni Digital
announced that it has enhanced its StreamScope MT-40 comprehensive real-time
DTV transport stream analysis and verification solution with the integration of
mobile analysis capabilities and CALM support. The new StreamScope MT-40
version 4.7 release gives users the ability to monitor multiple terrestrial and
mobile transport streams in real time from any location across the network
using a single integrated product. It also addresses loudness regulation in the
United States, LATAM, APAC, and Europe with extended audio loudness monitoring
and analysis capabilities.
StreamScope MT-40 provides end-to-end MPEG-2/MPEG-4 transport stream analysis
and monitoring for DTV services carried by broadcast, cable, satellite, IPTV,
or mobile DTV networks. Because the StreamScope MT-40 provides the same level
of analysis for mobile DTV as for terrestrial DTV, broadcasters can view EPG
and ESG data and program guides as well as verify ATSC, MPEG, A-78, SCTE,
DVB-SI, ISDB, and ATSC M/H standards and protocols. The system enables users to
monitor mobile video frame timing and structure, parade and ensemble usage,
required SSC tables, ESG data, and much more from just one GUI. Ongoing MT-40
software updates from Triveni Digital ensure that users remain equipped to work
with the latest DTV technologies.
loudness regulations, Triveni Digital’s StreamScope MT-40 version 4.7 enhances
the MT-40’s comprehensive real-time analysis and verification of DTV transport
streams with loudness monitoring. Building on existing audio monitoring
capabilities including dialnorm, Triveni Digital has extended the StreamScope
MT-40’s capabilities by allowing users to monitor and analyze audio loudness
according to ITU-R Recommendation BS.1770. As a result, users can continuously
log and export accurate loudness measurements of broadcasts in real time, as
well as provide evidence of compliance with CALM requirements.
mobile analysis and loudness monitoring, Triveni Digital also extended the
StreamScope MT-40’s analysis capabilities and its support for a variety of
stream types and standards by introducing ISDB-T table support, the standard
used widely in South America.