Elecard SenSay performs real-time quality monitoring of streams in a stateful and user-friendly manner.
All engineer interaction with SenSay is through the client and server. The SenSay console client can run on Windows and Linux systems and set up to view parameters of any IPTV and OTT streams available on a specific link anywhere on the network. The client detects stream errors, records the stream statistics to detailed logs and delivers reports to the SenSay server. Clearly presented via a web-interface, the aggregated information provides an overview of streaming inefficiencies in any network segment and greatly simplifies troubleshooting.
The free to use implementation of SenSay enables monitoring of transport stream layer - clock continuity and bitrate parameters, and up to audio/video content - signal loss, video freeze, EPSNR. Estimated PSNR is the metric that measures usual PSNR values from encoded video sequence without reference video sequence.
The commercial implementation of SenSay provides powerful multimetric analysis and may be customized to address any specific needs or include api for integration with third party systems and workflows.