2013 DTR Video Showcase - Triveni StreamScope Portal

Oct. 15, 2013
The 3.5 Diamond Triveni Digital StreamScope Portal is a tablet-based MPEG analysis and monitoring tool that is low-cost, compact and easily moved around the DT...

The 3.5 Diamond Triveni Digital StreamScope Portal is a tablet-based MPEG analysis and monitoring tool that is low-cost, compact and easily moved around the DTV facility. This portability allows cable operators to use it at any point in the infrastructure, which accelerates the time it takes to resolve impairments in the transport stream, including video tiling, intermittent tuning and inconsistent loudness. The Diamonds judges were thrilled with the fact that the analyzer is tablet-based and applauded the price, noting that it has been a challenge to monitor the video distribution network with cost-effective equipment. Features include the ability to connect wirelessly to other StreamScope and GuideBuilder units from Triveni, a variety of input options, and the ability to record transport streams and log files. Visit Triveni online. Return to the main Diamond Technology Reviews Program.

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