01.17.2006 11:14 AM
Pixel Nation offers cross-platform access to Quantel products

HttQ allows users to browse media on a Quantel system and to import and export media to and from network destinations in the background.
Quantel partner Pixel Nation has released HttQ, a newly developed workflow plug-in for Quantel’s generationQ products that enables cross-platform access to media held in Quantel systems’ workspace.

HttQ exploits the available Quantel QXMLnet utilities to enable users to work with media in the Quantel workspace via any modern Web browser. HttQ is cross-platform, giving users of Apple, Linux, Irix, Solaris and Windows-based systems open access to all media held in the Quantel workspace.

HttQ allows users of these systems to browse media on the Quantel system and to import and export media to and from network destinations in the background, all without requiring the involvement of the Quantel operator. Both batch and scheduled transfers are supported.

HttQ runs on Pablo, iQ, eQ, QEffects and Paintbox systems running V3 or later Quantel software.

For more information, visit www.pixelnation.com.

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