This document describes the QC checks required to deliver a valid AS-11 DPP that meets technical requirements of UK broadcasters.
Eyeball QC Report Template
This document provides an example template for recording the results of an “eyeball” quality check in a standardised report.
DPP004 IMF QC Workflows
This Guidance document provides an overview of how QC processes can be adapted to suit component based media workflows, using formats such as IMF.
Are you interested in AI/ML for captions, asset tagging, AQC and more? Then rewind the Media Processing DPP Innovation Week event to find new tools.
2 September 2020
Are you interested in AI/ML for captions, asset tagging, AQC? All this and more in the Media Processing DPP Innovation Week event.
Watch the recording of our recent webinar uncovering the complexity of the VOD content supply chain.
DPP specifications revolutionised file-based content delivery
Enabling simpler and more efficient localisation and versioning
DPP Supplement - PSE Devices
This document contains a list of products that have been agreed by the UK broadcasters to competently perform PSE testing.
The DPP has released a set of standardised UK Quality Control Requirements
A Producer's Guide to File Delivery
Guidance on the end-to-end file delivery process from file creation (AS-11) and metadata insertion through to QC and delivery
Find all the DPP's downloadable technical documents and other assets.
The DPP has today released four documents to support the industry’s deployment of IMF for Broadcast & Online.
Technology is making the world seem smaller, yet perhaps now more than ever, audiences want their locality and their culture reflected in the media they consume.
The DPP in collaboration with NABA has today announced the publication of the second SMPTE Technical Specification (TSP) for the IMF for broadcast and online use cases.
At IBC this year we’ll be continuing the DPP’s mission to deliver business insights and real world implementations of IMF for Broadcast & Online
The DPP has announced the release of a new technical specification to support the mastering and international exchange of content
Bright and early on Tuesday morning, a dedicated group of enthusiastic DPP members turned out at our NAB breakfast briefing.
When a new format comes along, it’s important that there are great tools available to make it easy to explore, test and use.
We promise it’s not just alphabet soup.
A report from the DPP’s IMF Breakfast Briefing at IBC 2019
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