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Quantel Show V2.1 for sQ at IBC (17/9/2004)

World-beating integrated news production system gets superchaged

At IBC 2004 Quantel is demonstrating the newly-released V2.1 software for journalist and craft editing seats on its market-leading sQ system. V2.1 supercharges every aspect of editing functionality and ergonomics. Here are just a few of the massive number of positive reactions from satisfied users around the world: "fantastic," "highly impressive," "real project-sharing between seats is truly viable".

And 'around the world' sQ certainly is. This revolutionary technology is quite literally taking the world of news production by storm; every month Quantel is adding yet more sQ installations to the long list of happy customers helping to change the way news programming is made.

"We have good reason to believe that we are now winning well over three quarters of all new server-based news business in Europe," says Quantel Executive Chairman, Richard Taylor. "And we are also beginning to rapidly gain business further afield as news spreads that our sQ technology really does deliver on all the promises of tapeless broadcasting. Like many of the most worthwhile things in life, it's been a long time in the making, but the view from where we are now is breathtaking."

Also on show at IBC for the first time in Europe is sQEdit, a software-only package designed to run on a standard PC that dramatically lowers the cost per seat of Quantel editing for news operations. sQEdit is aimed precisely at fast-moving news production with facilities such as one touch white balance, one-shot tracking with mosaic or blur, easy resizing and fast application of sophisticated-looking custom transitions, together with a host of other easy to use tools for close-to-the-wire story production.

www.quantel.com


 
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