Jan 27 2005

TM Systems Intro’s New Language Localization Products at NAB 2005

Published by at January 27, 2005 6:30 pm under Translation

TM Systems, the Emmy Award Winning developer of the industry’s first and only fully integrated, non-linear, “end to end” language translation, dubbing, subtitling and closed captioning system, has introduced two, new firsts and will be showcasing both, along with the entire TM Systems language localization solution, at the upcoming NAB Convention, in Las Vegas.

Together with the other TM Systems language modules or Stations, the QC Stationâ„¢ , or independent quality control module for individual desktop use, and the RenderStationâ„¢, a bitmap generation module that takes subtitling scripts in the form of Word documents created by the TM TranStationâ„¢ containing text, time code and vertical positioning for each subtitle, generating both a navigation file and a TIFF file per subtitle, specifically for DVD authoring, provides a complete solution that greatly increases the efficiency of the translation, subtitling and dubbing process, while minimizing the hardware and software investments required on the part of the studios, networks and their respective dubbing and subtitling vendors.

The QC Stationâ„¢ is a quality control software application that dramatically alters the traditional workflow of a dubbing and/or subtitling project. The QC Stationâ„¢ does away with the lengthy and time consuming process of laying back an audio track onto a videotape, making a dub of that tape and then shipping it to designated locations where it is reviewed by quality assurance personnel. Similarly, it enables the user to simulate subtitling text prior to compositing the text either electronically or physically. Before the QC Stationâ„¢ introduction, the process required going through typical long and costly shipping procedures before the soundtrack and subtitles could be checked for missing dialogues, casting or spelling errors, lip-synch, etc.

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