Broadcast delivery system for broadband media content

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Inproceedings

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2017-06-09

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Josu Gorostegui Colinas, Ángel Martín Navas, Mikel Zorrilla Berasategui, Iñaki Alvaro Pajuelo, Jon Montalban Sanchez

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2017 IEEE International Symposium on Broadband Multimedia Systems and Broadcasting (BMSB)

@Inproceedings{
author ={Josu Gorostegui Colinas, Ángel Martín Navas, Mikel Zorrilla Berasategui, Iñaki Alvaro Pajuelo, Jon Montalban Sanchez},
title ={Broadcast delivery system for broadband media content},
booktitle ={2017 IEEE International Symposium on Broadband Multimedia Systems and Broadcasting (BMSB)},
publisher ={IEEE},
address ={Cagliary, Italy},
date ={2017-06-09},
year ={2017},
pages ={610-618},
keys ={

Broadband communication, Transform coding, Media, Streaming media, Internet, Digital video broadcasting, Standards

},
abstract ={

The pace of technology adoption in the broadcast industry is moving forward slower than in broadband media services because of different aspects. While the broadband penetration rate is growing sharply, the required investment to embrace the broadband content catalogue into the actual broadcast solutions is a major challenge. Nowadays, broadband media services offers more content by means of Internet as the main distribution system for media exchange. Due to the success of Over-the-top (OTT) services, there is no doubt that a global transition is about to come. Nonetheless, the broadcast transition period and required investments are considerably higher than in the broadband market. The principal aim of this paper is to assess the key points to take into account to assure the compatibility of OTT content in a broadcast environment. This paper dives into the implementation considerations to make broadband purpose video processing frameworks ready for broadcast pipelines. Market solutions usually perform transcoding for legacy compatibility needing a big processing capacity while losing fidelity during recompression. This approach will generate on the fly live content usable in broadcast contexts and technical environments while saving storage, mantaining the original encoded signal when possible. The approach is a reliable and cost-effective media delivery method optimized for live HTTP-based Adaptive Streaming media and real time broadcast media delivery with muxing correction. In order to show completeness and validate the presented aspects this paper describes the performed implementation. For this purpose, professional tools of broadcast validation and reference broadband sequences have been used.

},
ISSN ={2155-5044},
ISBN ={978-1-5090-4937-0},
ISI ={Yes}
}