The TAG platform receives more types of inputs than any other monitoring and visualization solution, deeply monitors them and displays them all on one layout

multiviewer formats

Monitor and Visualize All Sources. Realtime.

Monitor All Sources. Realtime.

Get notifications and visualization of an error in any type of source, real time

monitoring ip video

Real Time Deep Analysis

Get valuable data across the entire workflow, realtime

application formats

All Types of Streams

Monitored for errors and displayed on one multiviewer

puzzle piece video

Monitoring All Layers

Transport, video/audio content and template matching based monitoring

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400 Unique Events

All from packet loss through SCTE, subtitles andfreeze to lip sync and bit rate

Sources, Formats and Standards List

Sources, Formats and Standards List

High-Efficiency Video Codec, latest MPEG compression, used primarily for UHD/4K sources

First MEPEG Video compression standard, rarely used for new applications

Also known as MPEG-4 Video compression, most common compression used for SD and HD sources

Intra Frame none aggressive compression standard, used for Production applications

Successor of the JPEG-2K standard for light, lossless, real-time compression of uncompressed sources

SMPTE standard for sending high bit rate uncompressed SDI sources over an IP Network

SMPTE suite of standards for sending Digital Media (Video, Audio, Metadata, and Synchronization) over an IP Network. Used for Live production and uncompressed sources in an all IP infrastructure

Seamless Protection Switching of SMPTE ST 2022 & 2110 IP Data Streams, used for enhanced redundancy in IP infrastructure based on dual networks

Unidirectional Transport of Constant Bit Rate MPEG-2 Transport Streams on IP Networks

Standards that describe the inline insertion of digital commercial ques in transport Streams (MPEG-TS and OTT)

A robust transport solution, used to safely transport MPEG-TS Video Streams over the public internet

Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP technique, used for high-quality streaming of media content over the public Internet

HTTP Live Streaming technique, used for high-quality streaming of media content over the public Internet

MPEG Transport Stream sent via UDP (User Datagram Protocol) on managed & predictable IP Networks

MPEG Transport Stream sent via RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) on managed & predictable IP Networks

Real-Time Messaging Protocol for sending media over the Internet utilizing TCP/IP

High Definition Television, is a high quality video format used for producing and transmitting most of TV content today

Ultra High Definition (also known as Ultra HD television, Ultra HD, 4K), is very high quality video format and the successor of HDTV

Common Media Application Format is an extensible standard for encoding delivery and decoding on end-user devices in adaptive multimedia presentations. Used to lower latency and reduce costs when multiple OTT formats are transmitted

European and US standards for monitoring program audio loudness levels in broadcast delivery platforms

High Dynamic Range technology, which offers substantially brighter highlights, darker shadows, with more details and colorful colors used for UHD programing

Dolby Digital also synonymous with Dolby AC-3, is an audio compression standard for delivering multi channel audio (L. R. C, & Surround) to cinema and home viewers

The Latest Dolby Laboratories format for delivering 3D sound to cinema and home viewers

Advanced Audio Coding and High-Efficiency ACC standards, designed as the successors of the MP3 format, to achieve higher sound quality than MP3 at the same bit rate

MPEG-1 Layer 2 (also called MPEG-1/2) Audio Compression used primerlly in home delivery platforms of Cable, Sastellite and Over The Air

AC-3 (AC3), which is the audio CODEC used for Dolby Digital

is a technical standard for audio over IP and audio over Ethernet (AoE) interoperability. Used in conjunction with the ST-2110 to deliver uncompressed audio for live production applications

Discovery and registration protocol for nodes (Devices, Sources, Senders, Receivers, etc.) in a 2110 Network infrastructure, for greater automation and simplifying the setup and configuration of the Network

Connection management protocol, providing a generic transport-independent way of connecting and controlling media modes

Closed Captioning Standards used in North America and Asia

Single Program Transport Stream, a MPEG-TS stream that has only one Service/Program in it

Multi-Program Transport Stream, a MPEG-TS stream that has multiple Services/Programs in it

HTTP Live Streaming technique, used for high-quality streaming of media content over the public Internet

SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) is an open-source transport protocol that allows for robust transmission of high-quality high-bandwidth video signals over public internet

NDI (Network Device Interface) is a realtime low latency IP video network technology

Monitoring Points Worldwide
Events and Thresholds Monitored
Hours of Streams Monitored in the Cloud
IP, Software, COTS/Cloud

Monitoring Specifications

Monitoring Specifications

Formats & Protocols

DVB Transport Layer Analysis

Other Layer Analysis

Notifications & Channel Statistics


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Yes! The TAG platform can run on cloud instances. Learn more here:

We do!

The two main challenges of cloud live production implementations for work-from-home applications are getting the uncompressed sources to the cloud and delivering the Mosaic Output to the home.

The TAG platform JPEG-XS which can be used to deliver high-quality production content to the cloud where bandwidth limitations apply and can also provide the mosaic output as Zixi and/or HLS streams to be delivered to the home over the public Internet.

The TAG platform has an elaborated JSON API which can be used by custom user panels configured to control the system functionalities.

Yes! The TAG open, flexible and rich APIs allow integrations with virtually any system

Absolutely- You can view all monitored streams in the same layout.