DVB / DTH / OTT / Mobile / IP analysing system for UNLIMITED number of TV and Radio channels
Stream MultiScreen - system is intended for simultaneous visual and instrumental monitoring for unlimited number of channels in real-time.
Having been based on successful combination of versatile features including multi-channel (unlimited number of sources) and multi-format (HD/SD-SDI, IP, DVB-ASI, Composite combined in a single server) abilities with high-level reliability Stream MultiScreen system has been implemented in the projects of the largest Headend operators, Satellite and Cable operators, TV Channels and OTT operators.
One screen custom mosaic example:
The number of physical inputs\interfaces per 1 server:
up to 40 Composite (NTSC, PAL, SECAM);
up to 7 RF Analog (NTSC, PAL, SECAM);
up to 32 SD-SDI (SMPTE-259M, 10 bit, 270 Mbit/s);
up to 32 HD-SDI (SMPTE-292M, 10 bit, 1,5 Gbit/s);
up to 32 DVB-ASI (ETSI EN 50083-9). Bitrate range 0..214 Mbit/s;
up to 32 AES/EBU (24 bit/ 192 kHz) channels;
up to 12 DVB-T/T2 (ETSI EN 300 744, 302 755)
up to 12 DVB-S/S2 (ETSI EN 300 421, EN302-307, EN301-210)
up to 12 DVB-C/C2 (ETSI EN 300 429 Annex A/B/C);
up to 12 IP/Gigabit Ethernet (ETSI TS 102 034).
up to 125 FM Radio
Unlimited number of servers to combine for large systems
up to 6 DVI-D, HDMI v.1.3, v1.4, DisplayPort (can be mixed);
3,5” mini jack, stereo, not balanced;
Encoding any input AV signal to IP (Option): MPEG-2 transport stream.
Streaming Mosaic to IP (Option): MPEG-2 transport stream, H264/AVC, HD up to 1080p.
Re-stream any incoming TS to IP
Mosaic over HLS (HTTP Live Streaming)
Any video channel over HLS (HTTP Live Streaming)
Supported video standards:
MPEG-1 (ISO/IEC 11172-1);
MPEG-2 (ISO/IEC 13818-1);
MPEG-4.2 (ISO/IEC 14496-2);
MPEG-4.10 (H.264, ISO/IEC 14496-10).
HEVC (H.265) 4К.
Supported audio standards:
MPEG-2 Layer II (ISO 11172-3);
Dolby Digital (AC-3, ATSC A.52b);
AAC/ADTS/ADIF (ISO/IEC 13818-7, ISO 14496-3);
MPEG-2 TS (ISO/IEC 13818-1), MPTS or SPTS;
DVB T2-MI Streams (ETSI TR 101 290-1, A14-1)
Option: can be monitored using Stream Labs’ DVB T2 MI splitter;
Mobile and internet (OTT) broadcasting protocols support:
FLASH RTMP streams (Real Time Messaging Protocol). The support of H.264 video and AAC and MP3 audio streams;
HLS (HTTP Live Streaming Monitoring); supports encrypted streams;
MMS&MMSH (Microsoft Media Server Protocol & MMS over HTTP);
RTSP (RFC 1889, 2326, 3550).
Instrumental monitoring of unlimited number of channels
The system performs the intellectual analysis, generates warning events, logging and video/audio indication for the following video and audio stream parameters:
Quality of Experience (QoE):
Audio signal level: overload
Audio signal level: silence
R-128 Loudness Level
Loudness Short Term
Loudness True Peak
Wrong field order detection
Quality of Service (QoS):
Video aspect ratio
Teletext page loss
ETR 290 (level 1 and level 2)
EIT actual section loss
EIT other error
Transport Stream Bitrate
Teletext and subtitling (only MPEG-2 TS)
HLS Transport error
HLS Low Throughput
Features and Benefits:
Ability of on-the-fly change of video windows arrangement in displayed configuration
SNMP Traps / SNMP Get / SNMP collector
Selective continuous loop recording or scheduled/ according to controlled channels rules recording
Loudness measurement (ITURBS.1770 and EBU R128)
Video on demand
Recording video with problems
SCTE-104 over SD\HD-SDI logging and reporting
SCTE-35 over MPEG2-TS Digital Program Insertion Cueing
What do we use for inputs?
For operation with Composite, SD/HD SDI, DVB-ASI input signals in Stream MultiScreen systems we use multi-channel input cards (Stream Labs’ production). The combination of these cards allows to build monitoring servers with almost any types of input interfaces and for any tasks. Severs can be in 19-inch rack mountable with Dual PSU.
Stream MS416 – 16 independent analog inputs and 16-line stereo-audio inputs.
It is also possible to use any DirectShow API support input cards or third party cards. The combination of these cards allows to build monitoring servers with almost any types of input interfaces and for any tasks.