Venera Technologies Showcase Latest Enhancements In Audio/Video QC And Caption QC/Correction

Venera Technologies is proud to announce a new product launch as well as a long list of enhancements and new features for its A/V and Caption solutions for NAB 2024.

Venera will introduce and demonstrate QCtudio, its new innovative cloud native solution, that unleashes the power of rich review & collaboration on QC reports and as the ultimate companion to Quasar, Venera’s cloud native A/V QC solution. With QCtudio the QC operators can not only review the detailed Quasar reports on a video timeline, but they can verify, categorize and annotate each of the found issues, making the QC reports a more valuable and useful document. Multiple team members can then collaborate on the same project to agree on the final reviews. Through QCtudio, the operators can also export the list of issues (and the annotations) in formats compatible with NLE solutions, starting with Davinci Resolve.

Groundbreaking features for Both Quasar and its on-premise counterpart, Pulsar, will be demonstrated at the show that further solidify their value for the QC operators:

  • Support for Dolby Atmos
  • Expanding HDR support with inclusion of HLG (in addition to existing support for Dolby Vision, HDR 10, and HDR 10+
  • QR code detection
  • Voice-over validation (in Quasar)
  • Expanding alert categories to include ‘Critical, Error, Warning, and Info’
  • Dynamic template assignment via API
  • Japanese User Interface Support

Venera will also demonstrate a long list of enhancements for CapMate, its cloud native caption/subtitle verification and correction solution:

  • Support for English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, and Portuguese languages
  • Caption Translation into multiple languages
  • Caption auto-correction and export
  • Crosscheck of audio/caption language
  • Burnt-in text detection for oriental languages
  • Collaboration and project sharing amongst CapMate users within the same entity

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