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Quantel seek to revolutionise remote access to live assets

Posted on Sep 10, 2010 by Alex Fice

IBC 2010 – This morning post production specialist company Quantel announced what they and their clients are calling a revolution in the way they do business. The product is called Project QTube and will allow remote editing and logging and ingest throught instant access in full resolution anywhere in the world.

“QTube enables content on an sQ server, anywhere, to be viewed and edited anywhere else in the world, at any time, using the internet as the connection. In short, this preview of QTube offers a glimpse of the first truly global broadcast workflow.” Commented Roger Thornton from Quantel.

“Project QTube handles all the necessary media transfers automatically, moving just the required frames between servers using the Delta Editing and Identity technologies already built into Enterprise sQ. There is also a RIA-based viewing client, which runs in any web browser, which can search Enterprise sQ databases and view any clip or part of a clip instantly. It also allows the operator to work with the logging metadata attached to a clip.”

Quantel expects Project QTube developments to go on sale in the first half of 2011.

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