NAB Launch for QuineBox IoT

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Las Vegas,NAB 2018– Quine announced the launch of Quinebox™IoT at NAB 2018, a hardware and software solution that deliver conformable files directly from professional film cameras to local editor and cloud. A groundbreaking workflow tool, which provides immediate files and meta data to the right destinations, streamline production process and saves 3-5 man-hours per camera per shooting day.  

 

Exhibited at BandPro booth in the Central Hall, QuineBox™IoT introduces a new way of production. Connecting to camera through SDI, QuineBox IoT records conformable files into editorial and dailies formats (ProRes, DNx, H264) and immediately delivers files and metadata locally or to cloud.   

 

 Quine @ BandPro Booth NAB 2018

Quine @ BandPro Booth NAB 2018

Quine gave a preview of their cloud solution which will be launched at IBC 2018, Amsterdam. 

 

QuineBox™IoT records full-range, frame-locked metadata such as file name, TC, LUT. All metadata are automaticly annotated, manual metadata can be added on-set and from the cloud, all together creating workflows unparallelled in efficiency.  

“This is the only current solution that serve conformable files to local and cloud directly from cameras, ” said Gunleik Groven, co-founder and CEO of the Norwegian company. “The possibilities when you have a connected camera with robust files and metadata are limitless.” 

 Quine co-founder Gunleik Groven demo at NAB 2018

Quine co-founder Gunleik Groven demo at NAB 2018

With immediate available file and metadata on premise and in cloud, QuineBox IoT not only saves 3 to 5-hour manual for preparing for the files, it serves multiple purpose in entire production process: the producer could monitor the set from anywhere as shots are immediately available on cloud, the editor, the VFX department will be able to immediately see if the shots are "good for the purpose" and the supervisors get a tool to communicate directly with the set. 

The hardware and software solution has been used by Norwegian Broadcast Corporation for two years for production of one feature film and two dramas. Quinebox IoT also serve on set in US, Canada.  

Commenting on the new product, Dan Kanes, founder of Paralinx stated, ‘’QuineBox IoT will change content-creation and the production world at large.” 

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Company Overview 

Quine was funded by film veteran and computer engineers in 2017. Quine develops efficiency solutions for the film industry, ranging from file- and metadata- handling to augmented reality (AR).  We cooperate with Microsoft and camera manufactures, cloud-solution providers, and other partners and customers around the world. Quine is based in Norway, and presents in US, China, and Europe.  

More information is available at www.quine.no.  

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