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What is Branded Content QC?

Branded Content QC is the comprehensive and objective, technical quality and consistency review performed on all Netflix Original content prior to launch on our service. It is completed by our pool of highly skilled partner QC vendors, who thoroughly examine all content for technical errors/ inconsistencies and ensure it adheres to the current version of the Netflix Originals Delivery Specification. These vendors generate detailed reports and share with our production partners for review and potential fixes.  This ensures the final launch on service will be of the highest technical quality to help provide the best experience for our customers.

What is Asset QC?

Asset QC is the new platform in which all Branded Content QC Tasks will be completed. This serves as an upgrade to our current tools and combines QC reporting and file sharing into a single platform.  

Some key updates with the Asset QC Platform:

  • The entire “history” of an asset is now tracked within the tool, including previously flagged issues and what action was taken. This will allow the QC of subsequent versions (re-deliveries) to move much faster, as operators will only need to spot check any fixed issues.
  • Streaming QC is the same high-level review Netflix applies to source deliverables but  completed on the derived HDR, SDR and Audio streams. QC Operators will be served these streams instantly upon selecting a Streaming QC task, thus decreasing the time it takes to start and complete the QC.

What is Changing from the Current Branded Content QC tools?

  • Reporting
  • QC Tasks
  • Streaming QC
  • Metrics Tracking
  • File Types
  • Assignment model

Aspect of Branded Content QC

Current Backlot Tools

Asset QC Platform

Reporting

Done in Backlot, each version is a full review with no background context.

Done in the Asset QC platform, Version 2 and above will contain the full history of the asset.

QC Tasks

Defined by asset type and passes. A/V is muxed together

Defined by Tasks. Tasks broken up by the content that is being reviewed. For example, a QC request could contain a review of the Audio and the Video together. Task will specify whether it is a full QC review, a spot check or a fix check

Streaming QC

Not possible in current tools

Major growth for many original shows. Streaming QC will be applied to shows where Source level QC is not deemed the best method for reviewing the content. See Streaming QC Section for more details.

Metrics

Calculated against the facility. Failing to meet metrics thresholds will put entire facility on probation and if not alleviated, the entire facility will be excluded from Branded Content QC.

Calculated against the Operator. If an operator at your facility falls below the metrics threshold and is eliminated, only that operator will be excluded, not the entire facility.

File Types

HDR IMFs, SDR IMFs, Audio WAV Files and Audio Description WAV files.

IMF, Audio WAV Files, M&E Files, HDR Streams, SDR Streams

Assignment Model

Manual and by Facility. Delivery dates vary and volume is dictated by deliveries. Can ebb and flow.

Self Assignment Model. Operators will take what work is available as they log in to the platform.


Source Level will be Pull model. Operators will be shown 3 available tasks and choose one to assign to themselves and QC.


Streaming Level will be Push model. Operators will log in and be served an asset to QC instantly.

 

How Do I Access the Asset QC Platform?

The Asset QC Platform can be accessed at http://assetqc.netflix.com/qc.

If you are a QC Operator, you will see available tasks to complete when you login.

If you are a Facility Manager, you will see all the tasks currently assigned to your operators and the tasks your operators have completed.

All users onboarded to the Asset QC Platform by the Netflix Branded Content QC team. Please reach out to MasterQC.Support@netflix.com for any help/ questions regarding onboarding new users.

What Kinds of Asset QC Services Are Available?

Source Level QC

  • QC performed on the final deliverable IMF, M&E WAV, Printmaster WAV, or Atmos BWAV source files
  • Sources must be downloaded to the vendor’s local RAID/ SAN
  • Playback occurs on the QC vendor’s hardware of choice
    • Rohde & Schwarz Clipster
    • Colorfront Transkoder
    • GrayMeta Iris
  • Standard SLA is 48hrs from assignment (including download of the assets)
  • Issues entered into the Asset QC Platform
  • Report submitted via the Asset QC Platform

Streaming Cast QC

  • QC performed on the HDR, SDR or Audio streams created from the final deliverable IMF
  • Playback is streamed directly from the Asset QC Platform using the following equipment setup
    • Google Chromecast Ultra
    • Dolby Vision enabled TV
    • 5.1 Surround Sound Setup
    • Laptop connected to same high speed network as Chromecast to enable tool
  • Standard SLA is 48hrs from assignment
  • Issues entered into the Asset QC Platform
  • Report submitted via the Asset QC Platform

Streaming Lite QC

  • QC performed on the SDR or Audio streams created from the final deliverable IMF
  • Playback occurs within the Asset QC Platform in the Google Chrome browser using the following equipment setup
    • Google Chrome Browser
    • 5.1 or Stereo Headphones
    • High quality computer monitor
    • Connection to high speed network
  • Standard SLA is 48hrs from assignment
  • Issues entered into the Asset QC Platform
  • Report submitted via the Asset QC Platform

How is Content Tiered?

We have devised a prediction algorithm, which takes many factors about a show into account and then tiers an asset into the best QC service automatically. This is done before the show is delivered and is checked again for accuracy once the asset is successfully delivered to Backlot.

Specific tiering applied to an asset will be evident based on the QC tasks assigned.  However, all vendors and operators will hold each asset to the highest levels of quality, regardless of tiering. Training documentation on each tier level will include specific details about how QC should be approached based on that tier’s requirements.

How Does the New Assignment Model Work?

The new assignment model gives QC vendors more control over their volume of work.

We have broken the self assignment model into two forms:

Pull Model 

  • associated with Source Level QC
  • When an operator logs into the Asset QC Platform, they will see three available tasks.  
  • The operator will assign themselves to one of these tasks, which will send a notification to their data I/O team to download the assets.

Push Model 

  • associated with Streaming Level QC and Streaming Lite QC
  • When an operator logs into the Asset QC Platform, they will be assigned a QC task and served the asset automatically.
  • They will not be assigned a new task/ asset until the current one is complete.

What is the SLA in Asset QC?

The standard SLA to complete a QC task will continue to be 48 hours from self assignment of the content. In the case of the push model, this includes the time it takes to download the assets.

For tasks marked as “High Priority”, the SLA will be 24 hours with a 50% increase applied to the rate as a rush fee.

The SLA applies to all content and includes weekends and holidays.

What is the Scope of Work in Asset QC?

The Scope of Work for Source Level QC can be found here.

The Scope of Work for Streaming Level QC can be found here.

Who are the Approved Vendors for Branded Content QC?

The approved vendors are:

  • Eurofins Digital Media (formerly known as MyEye Media) - Los Angeles
  • 3rdi QC - Los Angeles
  • Point360 - Los Angeles
  • Candiani - Mexico City
  • Hiventy - Paris
  • Eclair - Paris
  • Encore Vancouver - Vancouver
  • Visual Data Media Services - LA
  • Visual Data Media Service - London
  • Imagica - Tokyo
  • Dicentia - Copenhagen

Their contact information can be found on the NP3 website.

How do I Onboard Operators at my Facility for Asset QC?

When you want to add a new operator to the pool, please send us a ticket via MasterQC.Support@netflix.com:

  • Subject line - New Operator Onboarding for Asset QC
  • Body of the email - First name, Last name, email address of all operators you wish to onboard.

If there are specific considerations you must take into account for legal reasons, please reach out to us at MasterQC.Support@netflix.com and we will assist you.

Vendor Facility Asset QC roles

  • Facility Download Account 
    • ONE per facility (can be an email address associated with the Data I/O distribution list)
    • Will receive an email notification when an operator starts a Source Level QC task
    • Will have access to download assets to local storage/ SAN for Source Level QCs
  • Vendor Manager
    • For all managers/ schedulers at your facility
    • Can have one or multiple accounts (can be an email address associated with a scheduling distribution list OR individual email addresses)
    • Will have dashboard visibility into ALL QC tasks currently active with your operators
    • Will be able to view available Source Level QC tasks within the Self Assignment pool
    • Will be able to re-assign active QC tasks to different operators as needed, based on your internal scheduling
  • Operator
    • ONE account per EACH QC operator
    • Will have access to the Self Assignment pool
    • Will be able to select Source Level as well as be served Streaming Cast QC tasks
    • Vendor manager will also be able to manually re-assign active QC tasks to any Operator
  • Verifier
    • ONE account per EACH QC verifier
    • Will have access to the verification Self Assignment pool
    • Will be able to select verification tasks from the pool
    • Vendor manager will also be able to manually re-assign active verification tasks to any Verifier

Reporting Within Asset QC

Issue Input:

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Select Type:

Dropdown with all current Netflix error codes that identify the general issue being flagged.

Select Severity:

Severity is divided into one of three codes - FYI/ Issue/ Blocker.

  • FYI - “general” information (i.e. coincidence points, setup, items that do not require action by  the fulfillment partner).
  • Issues - any errors/ issues that are being flagged for potential correction (must be addressed with either fix or sign off).
  • “Blockers” - severe issues that are cause for immediate and complete rejection of the asset (i.e. anything that would make the content unwatchable from a Netflix and customer standpoint).

Select Task Type:

Dropdown with all assigned QC task types applied to the request. The QC task being performed when this issue is discovered should be selected here.

Select Filename:

Dropdown with all files in a given QC request that contain a flagged issue.

In Time and Out Time:

The SMTPE timecode (HH:MM:SS:/;FF) range, which encompasses an identified issue. Timecode is pulled either from the embedded timecode source or setting the playback device timeline start to 00:00:00:00. Frame rate should match the primary deliverable (e.g 23.976, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 59.94, 60 - Non-Drop Frame/ Drop Frame). If issue is only present for a one frame duration, the same TC should be input for both In & Out.

Issue Description:

This field should be used to provide additional information about the Issue type noted.  This should include, at minimum, the technical description of the issue and the location of the error within picture or specific audio track(s) affected.  Also, consider including additional context about how severe the issue looks/ sounds or any other details that will help the fulfillment partner find and address.  Keep in mind, descriptions should be succinct but also clear and complete.

M&E QC

Relevant Specifications:

Master Level M&E QC Specification v1.0

Dependencies:

The following Content Hub Buckets must exist within the Content Hub Project under Sound Mastering in the REQUESTS tab.

  • 5.1 Near Field M&E
  • 5.1 Near Field Print Master

Additionally, a reference video file used for conform must be uploaded to Cuts under the REVIEW section in the ASSETS tab.  This video file must be tagged as a Locked Cut.

Process:

  1. M&E and PM mixing is completed by the Sound team
  2. 5.1 M&E files are submitted to the 5.1 Near Field M&E request, and 5.1 PM files are submitted to the 5.1 Near Field Print Master request in Content Hub.
  3. The reference video is submitted to the Cuts bucket as  a “Locked Cut Proxy.”
  4. The M&E will be routed out for QC. Standard Branded Content QC SLAs apply (48 hours for QC + 24 hours for verification).
  5. After Verification, the report will enter Arbitration. Please see the below section for details about the Arbitration Process.

Source QC

After a source IMF or audio asset is successfully ingested into Backlot, it will be automatically routed to one of our QC pools for review.

Full or Spot QC Process:

  1. Asset appears in Self Assignment pool as available for QC
  2. QC Operator will assign the asset to themselves
  3. QC Partner IO Team will download the asset and make available to QC Operator.
  4. The QC Operator will load the content into their playback hardware/ software.
  5. The QC Operator will complete either a Full linear QC or a Spot Check QC review of the content based on the request.
  6. Any issues will be input into the Asset QC platform.
  7. The QC Operator will complete the request and be able to move on to another asset.
  8. Depending on tiering/ status, the QC Report may be moved to Verification.
  9. If the asset is moved to Verification, a verifier will review all issues, confirming and/ or updating error codes, timecodes, and descriptions. Upon completion, all necessary project personnel will be notified the report is available for Arbitration.

For assets that are rejected and pushed into re-delivery, the subsequent versions will go through a fix check.  All previously noted issues will be reviewed against the action indicated during arbitration.

Fix Check Process:

  1. Asset appears in Self Assignment pool as available for QC
  2. QC Operator will assign the asset to themselves
  3. QC Partner IO Team will download the asset and make available to QC Operator.
  4. The QC Operator will load the content into their playback hardware/ software.
  5. The QC Operator will review EACH issue noted in the report.
  6. The issue notations will include what action was taken to fix or why an issue was signed off.
  7. QC Operator or has been marked as Best Possible or Creative Intent, they will resolve the issue from the report.
  8. The QC Operator will confirm all issues marked as “Fixed” have been addressed (i.e. fix is present and complete and no new issues have been induced in the process).
  9. If the issue has not been sufficiently fixed, the QC Operator will leave the issue in the report and include a note that it is not fixed.
  10. If a new issue is found, it should be added to the report with context provided as to whether this was induced after a previous fix or was missed in the previous QC.
  11. Any issues marked as “Creative Intent” or “Best Possible” should be verified as still present for consistency.
  12. All issues that are deemed fixed should be marked as Resolved.
  13. All issues listed as “Creative Intent” or “Best Possible” should be left in the report but downrated to an FYI.
  14. The QC Operator will complete the request once all issues in the report have been checked and move on to another asset.
  15. Depending on tiering/ status, the QC Report may be moved to Verification.

If the asset is moved to Verification, a verifier will review all issues, confirming and/ or updating error codes, timecodes, and descriptions. Upon completion, all necessary project personnel will be notified the report is available for Arbitration.

Streaming Cast QC

What is Streaming Cast QC?

Once an IMF or audio asset is successfully ingested into Backlot, the derived encodes will be pushed to an available QC Operator in the Streaming QC pool.

Full review of our HDR Streams is a big step into the future of Branded Content QC. As Netflix specializes in streaming content, we want to get as much of our work into this space as possible to better align with the customer experience.

*** Please see Asset QC - Cast QC Resources for details on this workflow ***

*** Please see the specifications for building a Streaming QC Setup ***

How is Streaming Cast QC Performed?

The QC Operator will begin the QC as soon as they login.

Streaming QC is performed on a Google Chromecast connected to a computer that is logged into Asset QC.

Full or Spot QC Process

  1. Asset will be encoded after successful ingest into Backlot.
  2. The Asset will be served to an available QC Operator logged into the Streaming QC pool.
  3. The QC Operator will complete either a Full linear QC or a Spot Check QC review of the content based on the request.
  4. Any issues will be input into the Asset QC platform.
  5. The QC Operator will complete the request and be able to move on to another asset.
  6. Depending on tiering/ status, the QC Report may be moved to Verification.
  7. If the asset is moved to Verification, a verifier will review all issues, confirming and/ or updating error codes, timecodes, and descriptions. Upon completion, all necessary project personnel will be notified the report is available for Arbitration.

For assets that are rejected and pushed into re-delivery, the subsequent versions will go through a fix check.  All previously noted issues will be reviewed against the action indicated during arbitration.

Fix Check Process:

  1. Asset will be encoded after successful ingest into Backlot.
  2. The Asset will be served to an available QC Operator logged into the Streaming QC pool.
  3. The actual Fix Check process is identical to Source Level QC.

Streaming Lite QC

What is Streaming Lite QC?

Once an IMF or audio asset is successfully ingested into Backlot, the derived encodes will be pushed to an available QC Operator in the Streaming Lite QC pool.

Streaming Lite QC has different workflow and tolerances compared to Source or Streaming Full QC. Please review the Streaming Lite QC Documentation to understand what action must be taken during a Streaming Lite QC Request.

Our current Branded Content QC Vendors will not be part of the Streaming Lite QC pool at this time. Should we need additional bandwidth, we will consider onboarding additional vendors.

How is Streaming Lite QC Performed?

The QC Operator will begin the QC as soon as they login.

Streaming Lite QC is performed within the Asset QC Platform directly through the Google Chrome browser window.

Full or Spot QC Process

  1. Asset will be encoded after successful ingest into Backlot.
  2. The Asset will be served to an available QC Operator logged into the Streaming Lite  QC pool.
  3. The QC Operator will complete either a Full linear QC or a Spot Check QC review of the content based on the request.
  4. Any issues will be input into the Asset QC platform.
  5. The QC Operator will complete the request and be able to move on to another asset.
  6. Depending on tiering/ status, the QC Report may be moved to Verification.
  7. If the asset is moved to Verification, a verifier will review all issues, confirming and/ or updating error codes, timecodes, and descriptions. Upon completion, all necessary project personnel will be notified the report is available for Arbitration.

For assets that are rejected and pushed into re-delivery, the subsequent versions will go through a fix check.  All previously noted issues will be reviewed against the action indicated during arbitration.

Fix Check Process:

  1. Asset will be encoded after successful ingest into Backlot.
  2. The Asset will be served to an available QC Operator logged into the Streaming Lite QC pool.
  3. The actual Fix Check process is identical to Source Level QC.

Verification

What is Verification?

Not all of the issues reported during QC will be be accurate or actionable. The verification process has external verifiers review the Branded Content QC reports, making corrections or additions to the issues noted, and being the final set of eyes on the content.

This is how the QC accuracy metrics are derived. If an issue is flagged incorrectly, it will be adjusted by the verifier. We capture these metrics and use them to track the performance of our QC operators.

We will only be verifying a 10% subsample of our completed QCs. Under the new model, there will be fewer times the work of our QC operators is verified.  However, those instances that verification is completed will be weighted more heavily in the metrics. QC Operators are always responsible for double checking their work for accuracy.

How is Verification Performed?

Verification assignment and task completion will be very similar to the push/pull models of QC. Verification accounts  in Asset QC will be separate from QC Operator accounts. Available tasks will be selected by operators at the Source Level and served to operators automatically at the Streaming Level.

When a Verifier is assigned a task, they will review each issue flagged in the report and assess  whether or not each issue has been flagged correctly. If timecode, error code or description require adjustments, the verifier may need to delete the original notation and create a new one to accurately flag the issue.  This along with any “new” issues that need to be added will affect the QC Operator’s metrics. The verifier may also simply downrate severity on issues that do not require action. This will not negatively affect the QC Operator’s metrics.

Verification is completed by both our internal Netflix Branded Content QC team as well as our external preferred partners.

*** Please see  to the External Verification Training Manual for details on this process ***

Fix Notes

Understanding Error Severity:

  • Blocker - QC flags that are so severe the content is inconsumable or otherwise cannot be launched (Large global audio sync offset, Missing title sequence, missing media)
  • Issue - QC flags that require attention. All flagged issues should be addressed during fixes unless they are considered by agreement of internal and external teams to be waived.
  • FYI - QC flags that exist within the content, but are non-actionable and do not require attention or fixes.

Process:

  • When a QC report is ready to receive fix notes, all individuals that have been assigned to receive reports will receive an email notification. Clicking “View in Asset QC” button will bring you to the "Submit Fix Notes" portion of the tool, where you will need to sign in to Content Hub.
  • Within the report, issues will be displayed similar to the below example, with timecode, issue severity, error code, and additional text information. The color coded border on the left side is also an indicator of the issue severity (Red for Blocker, Purple for Issue, and Orange for FYI)

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  • All issues must be have a reason selected before the Request can be completed by selecting a Reason code from the drop down menu as below. This must be done on a per issue basis.
    • Production Will Fix will indicate where production fixes will occur, and what will be checked on future QC passes.
    • Creative intent should be used to indicate something that was purposefully placed within the content.
    • Best Possible should be used to describe issues that cannot be fixed/ improved further.

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  • If further information or discussion is needed, anyone with access to the QC Report can leave a comment on a specific issue requesting information, clarification, or other action. These comments will be visible to anyone on-boarded as a Studio or Production Admin at the title level, and should only be used when the above reason codes are insufficient or further discussion is needed regarding the issue. Users can also be specifically tagged within reports by using “@” and searching their email address.  
  • Specifically tagged individuals will get an email notification letting them know they have a comment to address.

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  1. Once fix notes have been entered for every issue, "Submit Fix Notes" should be selected.
  2. The QC manager will receive a notification to review all fix notes and complete.
  3. If there are any issues marked as Production Will Fix then the corresponding source request will be set to redelivery for fixed files to be uploaded.
  4. Reports for redelivered assets will contain the previously flagged issues with a “V#” badge, as well as the selected reason code.

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Operator Metrics Tracking in Asset QC

There are three main metrics that individual Operators will be held to in Asset QC:

  • QC Accuracy - 97.5% (minimum threshold)
  • On Time Percentage - 75% (minimum threshold)
  • Missed Blockers - one (maximum threshold)

Metrics will be reviewed quarterly.  If an operator falls below the metrics thresholds, they will be put on probation.

QC Accuracy

  • Calculated by taking the duration of an incorrectly flagged or missed issue, dividing it by the total runtime of the content, and subtracting that percentage from 100%.
  • Cumulative calculation; If you miss more than one issue - the first is deducted from 100%, the second is deducted from the remaining percentage, and so on.

Example: A QC operator missed burned in subtitles and incorrectly flagged a dead pixel as Visible Production Equipment. The duration of the subtitled shot is 6 seconds and the duration of the dead pixel is 10 seconds, 15 frames. The total runtime of the program is 30 minutes.

Subtitles (6 sec) = 144 frames

Dead Pixel (10 sec, 15 frames) = 255 frames

Total Runtime (30 min) = 43,200 frames

Subtitles deduction: 144 / 43,200 = 0.33%     100% - 0.33% = 99.67% QC Accuracy

Dead Pixel deduction: 255 / 43,200 = 0.59%     99.67% - 0.59% = 99.08% QC Accuracy

On Time Percentage

The frequency with which you complete QC tasks within the 48hr SLA (or the 24hr SLA for priority requests).

  • The “clock” starts when the QC Operator clicks the assign task button on a QC Task.
  • If the QC Task is not completed by the day/ time listed in the "Operator SLA" column of the request, it will count as 0% for on time metrics.
  • On Time percentage can only be either 100% or 0%

All Operators must adhere to at minimum 3 out of 4 QC Tasks completed On Time

Missed Blockers

Blockers are considered “must catch” issues that would severely disrupt customer experience and/ or prevent successful launch on service. Each QC Operator is allowed to miss one Blocker per quarter, but as these are major, this should be avoided.

Examples of blockers:

  • Incorrect Episode or Feature delivered to source request
  • Missing Audio
  • Globally offset Audio Sync
  • Severe digital corruption to the audio or video
  • Incorrect Language asset delivered to dubbed audio source request

All Blockers should be reported immediately by emailing MasterQC@netflix.com with the words BLOCKER ISSUE FOUND in the subject line.

How Do Facility Managers Receive Metrics?

Facility Managers will have access to a Tableau dashboard that will show their facilities metrics with a one day delay. These Tableau metrics are accessible at any time and will not be individually emailed. Metrics will be captured daily but tallied and emailed quarterly to hold individual Operators to their metrics thresholds.

What are the Terms of Probation If an Operator Fails to Meet Metrics Thresholds?

If an Operator fails to meet the metrics thresholds in a quarter, they will be put on probation. This means that more of their completed reports will be put through Verification to determine if and how well they are improving. The operator will be on probation for the duration of the following quarter.

If their metrics do not fall above threshold at the end of the Probationary quarter, they will be excluded from the Asset QC Platform and no longer allowed to work on Netflix Branded Content QC content.

If the Operator’s metrics do meet established thresholds at the end of the Probationary quarter, they will be take off probation.  They will return to having only a 10% sub sample of their QC reports verified.

How Do I Report Issues With the Asset QC Platform itself?

All bugs can now be reported by submitting a Zendesk support ticket from directly within the Asset QC tool.  Clicking on the “?” in the upper right of the QC request, will open up the ticket creation.

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Please report access issues to Netflix Branded Content QC via our support email address, MasterQC.Support@netflix.com.  Please include “Asset QC Access Issue” in the subject line.

In order to better serve the Engineering team and ensure the correct issue is being addressed, please provide as much information as possible around the bug: the account affected, the version of Chrome you are using and a HAR file from your browser when the issue was occurring.

General Support and Questions

Please direct all questions about Asset QC to MasterQC.Support@netflix.com.  In your email, please provide us with as much context as possible. This will help us to get you the best answer as quickly as possible.

What Does the Future of Branded Content QC Look Like?

Branded Content QC is ever-evolving. We aim to change our methods and theory of Branded Content QC to better fit the growing global footprint that Netflix content is leaving.

Historically, Branded Content QC has taken a one-size fits all approach. All shows were treated the same, with very little consideration given to factors like content, budget and time.  This lead to some “QC Hell,” where shows at the end of their financial and time budgets were stuck in an endless loop of QC, fixes, and re-QC.

In the Asset QC world, we are tiering our content based on a show's specific Value Added Metrics to get a holistic view of the proper QC workflow to apply.

Branded Content QC is also moving towards Streaming and Ingest inspections. We want to automate as many technical issue inspections as possible, so that we can better leverage our QC operators to focus only on the issues that require a human eye. By 2025, we aim to shift solely to streaming QC with a robust IMF ingest check pipeline, making Source Level QC unnecessary.

We also rely on our trusted vendors to continue to innovate. We welcome fresh ideas around workflow and methodology, so that we can continue to make QC more efficient and scalable.

 

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