Bridge Tech Departs from Traditional QoE

Aug. 20, 2013
At IBC 2013, Bridge Technologies is launching its Objective QoE monitoring technology. Rather than being based on mean opinion scores and blurriness, Objective QoE monitors a range of errors that typically occur in media delivery - including audio silence, color...
At IBC 2013, Bridge Technologies is launching its Objective QoE monitoring technology. Rather than being based on mean opinion scores and blurriness, Objective QoE monitors a range of errors that typically occur in media delivery - including audio silence, color freezes, color black, and freeze frames - to detect failures affecting QoE.Objective QoE is teamed with the company's new VB288 server-based content extraction system, with virtual video wall displays. Content extraction can also be implemented on individual Bridgetech probes or groups of probes with the new content extraction software option.

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