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Telestream to Launch Post Producer at IBC2013
Telestream, the leading provider of video transcoding and workflow automation products, has announced a major new product to be launched at the International Broadcasters Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam this September. Post Producer is a post-production and delivery engine that automates repetitive production processes, which would otherwise tie up editors and NLE workstations. Based on user templates, Post Producer assembles a segment or spot, compositing video, graphics, titles and captions or subtitles, and applying audio processing as required. Alternate versions are automatically created by simply substituting the necessary elements. Running on the latest version of Vantage 6 software, Post Producer will be available for purchase prior to IBC.
Telestream extends its reach into the post-production market by also enabling direct ingest of DPX sequence files and acquisition formats such as RED RAW, by adding Dolby E encoding, and 24 to 25 frames per second audio conversion. The new Post Producer product and these new features will be available in Vantage 6. In addition, Vantage 6 will offer new analysis and QC capabilities and further integrations with third party products.
Vantage is a video processing platform for a range of transcoding and file-based workflow automation products. It supports single-server installations for automated transcoding, to very large, multi-server media processing systems that automatically produce and assemble millions of finished media packages. Vantage makes content production, multi-screen delivery, and device interoperability a hands-off process. The Vantage platform brings transcoding, media capture, metadata processing, analysis, and content assembly into a unified system.
Post Producer, Vantage 6.0 and other Telestream products will be demonstrated at IBC in Telestream stand 7.C12.
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