IBC Daily IBC2018 - Day 1 - Friday 14 September - Page 76

    show.ibc.org Immersive audio architecture I #IBC2018 Cloud-based TVaaS on show Viaccess-Orca enable a ‘compelling’ viewing experience, and advanced analytics dashboards. It also includes what Viaccess-Orca describes as a unique search- analysis tool and state-of-the-art advertising functionality. The company says that with partners SoftAtHome and Vizne, it is working to offer an end- to-end addressable TV solution natively compatible with specific EU requirements including integrating privacy and security by design under GDPR. Solid State Logic (SSL) By Ian McMurray By Mark Hallinger As operators look to provide a personalised and secure TV experience for end users on every screen and maximise monetisation opportunities, the company says they need simplified workflow solutions. In support of this vision, Viaccess-Orca is showcasing its end-to-end content protection and modular TV 1.A51 platform solutions, The cloud- based TV Platform as a The VO secure video player is a multi- Service (TVaaS) is said to platform player integrated with major DRMs provide OTT and pay-TV operators with a one- stop solution to deliver multiscreen services across any network. Among its features are the VO secure video player, a multi-platform player integrated with major DRMs for premium VoD and live content to Solid State Logic (SSL) is showcasing a major new feature set for its System T network-native broadcast production environment. The new feature set places support of immersive audio for ATSC 3.0, Dolby Atmos and MPEG-H at the heart of the system’s software architecture, as well as the new S300 32-fader compact control surface and the new USB and Network I/O control interface hardware. The latest version of the System T’s software- based architecture now incorporates the channel, bus, panning and monitoring requirements for immersive audio, including three- Modern: Next-gen audio is built in to SSL’s System T environment axis co-ordinate panning, wider channels and busses, intelligent downmixing, 12-channel monitoring and upgraded processing tools. The S300 compact broadcast console is a fixed layout control surface in 16+1 and now 32+1 fader versions that can be combined with any System T network devices (control interfaces, Network I/O and processing engines), as part of an installation, or as a standalone configuration. SSL is also showing new additions to its range of System T and Network I/O transport, routing and control devices. The TCM1 and Network I/O GPIO 32 units enable straightforward LTC, MIDI and GPIO connectivity to make the most of System T’s event manager software. 8.D83