Tecom Group Inc., a Florida-based provider of software solutions for broadcasters and telecommunication companies, has released a new version of the file quality control system ORBOX.
The migration of the control server from Windows 10 to Debian 11 has become the highlight update of the new version. Thanks to this change, the control and analysis servers will from now on both operate under a Linux-based OS.
The latest release also features a flatpak version of the analysis server for Ubuntu 18.04
The wide set of quality checks has been further extended by a few new test templates:
A few more changes were introduced to improve the existing tests:
Newly supported codecs
The users of the latest ORBOX version are now fully equipped to run tests for XAVC and JPEG2000 files.
Canceling a running test has become easier. To take a file off the test list, head straight to the Files being processed menu.
Besides, users are getting more insights from Task results thanks to the extended list of metadata properties. To include additional information about a file’s metadata in an HTML or PDF report, you need to turn on the corresponding setting in Settings->Report settings.
As opposed to being limited by a default report format, now users can pick one for auto-reports and reports sent via email individually. This adds more flexibility to how the analytics is presented and made use of.
Additionally, General Settings features a new ability to make the system rerun a task that has failed with an error. Once this setting is turned on, the control server starts automatically pushing files with a selected type of errors (like network or access problems) for another round of scanning.
To stay on top of the updates in ORBOX or see a live demo, go to ORBOX – Automated File-Based QC by Tecom Group or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org