08.01.2008 08:00 AM
XOrbit unveils near-air captioning solution

XOrbit this week introduced RTX Post, its near-air captioning solution that is a seamless fusion of the company's RTX Live and OmniEdit closed-captioning creation and editing system.

RTX Post eliminates the high costs and inefficiencies broadcasters face in captioning prerecorded content that arrives in the studio shortly prior to air. For live broadcasts, RTX Live uses an Internet connection to provide a direct link to stenographers anywhere in the world, who can then apply the captions in real time as the program airs.

RTX Post creates a seamless captioning workflow that enables remotely based stenographers to turn around captioned content in hours, instead of days. Installed on the stenographer's local workstation, XOrbit's OmniEdit establishes a direct, secure Internet connection to RTX Live.

For more information, visit www.xorbit.com.

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