09.01.2009 03:38 PM
Ninsight unveils DFXP subtitling MXF with Ayoto

At IBC2009, Ninsight will show a subtitling solution for MXF video files using the DFXP XML-based specification. Ninsight partnered with the French Center for Cinematography (CNC), OpenCube and Arte France, the European cultural TV channel, to develop the Ayoto Convert tool.

Thanks to a simultaneous collaboration with Screen Subtitling, a supplier of captioning and subtitling systems, VBI or VANC subtitling data can now be easily extracted from any MXF files.

Developed under auspices of the W3C as the timed text authoring format, DFXP has support from WGBH, BBC, Apple and Microsoft.



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