Established in 2009, VidCheck helps simplify the labour intensive quality control process for any type of content before sending media files to broadcasters. VidChecker, VidCheck’s flagship solution, focuses on checking file-based video before and after distribution, and for use by broadcasters for checking files received from post production and content distributors to ensure that file, video and audio parameters and levels are correct and ready for broadcast.
While ensuring the quality of file-based media, the VidChecker application handles high volumes of large format media files. For users sending and receiving large amounts of files, file transfers can often become very slow or unreliable to send, especially over large geographical distances. To transfer files at the highest speeds possible based on users’ line speeds, VidChecker integrated with FileCatalyst for its unique acceleration technology.
Integrating with FileCatalyst enabled VidCheck users to send digital at accelerated data transfer rate, taking file transfers from hours or days into transfers in minutes, regardless of size or format. FileCatalyst's UDP-based file transfer technology executes transfers digital media at maximum rates without being impeded by network impairments, such as latency and packet loss experienced with TCP/IP. While methods of file transfer like FTP and email are not able to keep up with today’s large media files, often leading to failed or never-ending transfers, the FileCatalyst accelerated file transfer protocol offers incredible speed gains versus traditional methods, allowing user transfer speeds of up to 138x faster than FTP.
“This partnership with FileCatalyst takes our client offering to the next level for organizations handling large amounts of media files on a daily basis,” says
"The VidCheck and FileCatalyst partnership is a great pairing, as both companies are offering something essential and innovative to the broadcasting industry," says
To learn more, visit http://www.filecatalyst.com.
VidCheck was founded in mid-2009 to provide unique and advanced software applications to automatically check and correct video and audio in file-based digital video, focusing on the requirements of the broadcast industry, at a cost-effective price. The aim is to remove the labor intensive task of checking and manually correcting media files received by broadcasters by providing cost-effective software suitable for use with commercials, short-form programs and long form content.
To learn more, visit http://www.vidcheck.com.
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