Harding FPA for Broadcast > Broadcast Industry
The HardingFPA broadcast systems are designed to analyse television broadcast video type material to verify compliance with the various TV/Broadcast Guidelines in force around the world (e.g. OfCom, ITU, NAB-J) that safeguard and protect photosensitive viewers from TV induced epileptic seizures.
The video content for analysis can range from television programs, adverts and promotions, and digital signage to films and DVDs. Each of these types of content has the potential to contain harmful image sequences and all have been shown to trigger photosensitive epileptic seizures.
HardingFPA systems can be applied at any point in the production process - allowing agencies, production and post-production companies, and broadcasters to use it in-house to provide immediate answers to the compliance question. The HardingFPA range of systems offer interfaces to a wide range of video sources including digital SDI and HDMI, analogue component, S-Video and Composite signals and file-based assets.
The HardingFPA products for broadcast applications are introduced below, please feel free to contact us for more information to help you select the right system for your needs.
Designed for organisations that need to test and certify baseband video or file based content. It fulfils all requirements for UK DPP tape and file based delivery.
Designed for larger organisations that need to integrate flash and pattern analysis across a network in an automated workflow for multiple editors.
Free 3 month trial available to selected customers.
A cost effective solution for small organisations that need to analyse and certify AS-11 files for UK DPP delivery.
FREE 6 month trial available to selected customers.
The FX bundle puts trusted Harding FPA technology within the NLE. It gives editors early warning of potential failures, and tools to assist in correcting work in progress clips, during post production. The final asset can then be passed with confidence for certification with a Harding Analyser.
Use the Free Viewer to share results from HardingFPA analyses across multiple editor workstations.