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Testronic Expands to Include UltraViolet Testing

17 Jan, 2013 By: Chris Tribbey

Burbank, Calif.’s Testronic Labs has expanded its file-based quality control lab to include testing of UltraViolet.

The expansion tests UltraViolet interoperability among devices as well as the use of UltraViolet’s Common File Format.

Testronic has also updated its testing facilities to test for the delivery of over-the-top video services, including iTunes, Netflix and Hulu, adding a dozen additional test stations for those services.

“Adding UltraViolet interoperability testing capabilities for content and CFF playback devices was a natural extension of [previous testing] work,” said Albert Koval, Testronic’s VP of UltraViolet services and software testing. “The lab has been designed from the ground up to serve the needs of studios, content providers and player manufacturers as the industry transitions to file-based workflows.”

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