Delivery of civic and public information must be timely. The advent of video delivery for online and digital-signage public service announcements means that governments large and small are tasked with pushing key messaging content out to not just traditional television spots or live press conferences but also to mobile handsets, new tablets, desktop computers and a myriad of devices / form factors in between.
While delivery to all these devices may seem overwhelming, the Media Excel n-Screen approach solves the problem, whether for live or on-demand content. The nScreen approach offers live encoding or file-based transcoding from the same box, eliminating worries about which device to requisition.
HERO video transcoder solutions have received Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) certification—a U.S. government designation that guarantees interoperability of fielded systems, and ensures products comply with U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) standards for encoding Full Motion Video (FMV) for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) applications. The certification is granted only after JITC labs have performed exhaustive tests to validate compliance with the DoD Motion Imagery Standards Profile (MISP). Many DoD programs require both MISP compliance and JITC certification to ensure end-to-end interoperability with other FMV processing, management, and exploitation systems in use throughout the DoD and the intelligence community. Without JITC certification, customers have no way of knowing whether their encoded video will work with the entire FMV ecosystem currently deployed.