02.17.2005 02:29 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
TM Systems to unveil QC Station, RenderStation at NAB2005

TM Systems will introduce the QC Station and RenderStation at NAB2005.

The QC Station is a quality control software application that alters the traditional workflow of a dubbing or subtitling project. It eliminates the lengthy and time-consuming process of laying back an audio track onto videotape, making a dub of that tape, and then shipping it to designated locations where a quality assurance person reviews it. Similarly, it enables the user to simulate subtitling text prior to compositing the text either electronically or physically.

The RenderStation is a bitmap generation module that uses subtitling scripts in the form of Word documents created with the TM Systems TranStation to generate a navigation file and a TIFF file for each subtitle. It’s designed for use in DVD authoring.

For more information, visit booth SU10367 or go to www.tm-systems.com.

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