The client is a major US consulting company. They needed a solution that would make content processing and delivery easier. The solution would allow broadcasting companies to copy and protect audio and video content.
For that, it had to interface with the client’s multichannel video/audio recorders. The final product also needed to safeguard licensed video by applying a watermark/timestamp. The customer wanted us to operate as a Dedicated Team.
The Softeq Dedicated Team employed QML, a JSON-like declarative language for designing user interface-centric applications, to develop a set of client-server desktop software with rich and intuitive UI and running on the Linux OS. The software corresponds to the functional capabilities of the respective products, which are equipped with one to four camcorder inputs.
The server side provides for the following features:
The team had to tap its low-level programming experience to implement the multiple USB drive recording functionality working on the kernel tier.
The final solution has been shipped to the customer right within the tight timeline and on budget. The client continues collaboration with Softeq utilizing the company’s mobile app development skills.