When submitting QC payloads from Vidispine Server to the Aurora QC service in Vidinet, the service request must contain the name of a QC Template to be used.
Vidispine API syntax:
List of available QC templates:
AS10 MXF French Pad Restrictions
Tests for AS-10 MXF Container restrictions, checks for Scan order changes, Macro blocking Artifacts, Tape Hits, Freeze / Blur frames, measures R128 Loudness, detects test tones, Audio dropout, detects Hum / Wow / Flutter, Phase reversal, and Channel correlation.
Tests for the AMWA AS-10 compliance of the MXF file
Tests for ATSC audio & video distribution constraints and measures A/85 loudness Codec and Container Syntax - Checks for Codec and Container bitstream syntax, timecode syntax and discontinuities and Closed Caption syntax checks.
Checks for the AS-11/DPP distribution compliance of the MXF file for SD/HD profiles
Tests for DVB-T (including ETSI 101 290) distribution constraints and measures R128 loudness.
Reports stream summary and checks for most common film/analog ingest artifacts.
Tests specific to Netflix content distribution & packaging.
Just scans the file and codec headers to report basic stream summary information
Will report stream summary and check for most of the artifacts listed in Video Quality and Audio Quality sections.
Stream Summary Only
Scans the file heads and decodes the streams to report full stream information.
Reports stream summary and checks for the most common tape ingest artifacts.
Will confirm compliance to SMPTE RDD-9 for XDCAM interchange.
For more information, please refer to the Tektronix Aurora QC User Manual