Deluxe has unveiled One Dub, a new remote audio Cloud recording tool.
One Dub is a module on the Deluxe One platform and leverages Amazon Web Services Cloud technology. It enables teams to remotely work with ultra-secure streaming video playback, on-screen editable scripts and intuitive record/edit functions in industry-standard 24bit/48khz quality.
Video files accessible via One Dub are not downloadable through the app and feature user-specific visual and forensic watermarking, along with DRM (Digital Rights Management) for optimum security, said the company.
Chris Reynolds, Deluxe’s SVP and GM, Localisation, said, “Developed in partnership with creatives, technicians, and content owners, One Dub is something we have been refining over the last several months, and with the impact of COVID-19, we quickly mobilised to finalise it for launch to our partners. In addition to providing immediate relief to dubbing studios shifting to remote workflows, One Dub will deliver long-term benefits as a means to extend their operations and physical facilities after they reopen.”
TVU Networks integrates 5G modem into cellular transmitter
TVU Networks has integrated a 5G modem into its TVU One cellular mobile transmitter.
The company has partnered with major commercial network carriers including South Korea based KT Corp and modem module manufacturers in identifying 5G modems for its TVU One HEVC/H.265 1080p HDR and 4K HDR models.
The TVU One operating with 5G modems has been fully stress tested under various use conditions in locations such as China and Korea during development.
“From the very beginning, our transmitters were engineered to support 5G, and we’re excited to be able to offer full cellular broadcast transmission capabilities on 5G networks with our flagship TVU One today,” said Matt McEwen, VP of Product Management, TVU Networks.