Autocue will introduce QLog, the newest broadcast solution from its QSeries prompting platform at NAB2005. Based on Autocue partner IPV's analog package and available in two versions, QLog is a low-resolution, disk-based MPEG recorder that searches archives for spoken words or phrases without prior transcription, enabling multiple users to review material as it's being recorded. QLog can be used to evaluate viewer complaints, for proof-of-advertising playout, to playback a competitor's output and review of archives.
Also new from Autocue is Qscore, which allows sports results to be entered manually, or collected automatically from a number of sources, then automatically displayed on-screen. Prompting functions are addressed with Collaborative Prompting, which is available for QNews and Qnet. Collaborative Prompting has the ability to drive multiple prompters in multiple worldwide locations, working together in the same running order over a WAN network.
Autocue will be in Booth SU7865.
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