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VoiceQ: The essential high-quality ADR and Dubbing platform

June 1, 2017

Moviegoers can forgive just about anything if the content is enjoyable. Audio quality isn't one of them. People can still enjoy films with intentionally-poor video quality, such as the Blair Witch Project, but the same can't be said for audio.


For ADR and dubbing, it's the same story, perhaps even more so as audiences demand audio that is of at least the same quality as the original production of the movie they're watching. With ADR/dubbing tools such as VoiceQ it's possible to deliver this in an efficient and intuitive manner. In this article we'll explore the features that make this platform the go-to choice for studios.


The VoiceQ Democracy Series from KIWA Digital on Vimeo.


AutoSync Assistant – Voice Recognition Engine


A built-in script processor, VoiceQ's 'AutoSync Assistant' is designed to minimise the time taken for users to import text along the VoiceQ timeline. It makes the entire process quick and simple for technicians, as explained by VoiceQ CEO Steven Renata.

"The AutoSync Assistant has a built-in voice recognition engine that can match your imported script text to a supported media file. The recognition engine finds appropriate audio segments and matches the imported text using an advanced system. Once completed, technicians can use a simple structure to check that segments match up and make changes to the text."


VoiceQ Writer


Reducing the time taken to produce a script for ADR or dubbing can give studios more time to spend actually recording.


Reducing the time taken to produce a script for ADR or dubbing can give studios more time to spend recording audio. VoiceQ Writer makes the process of formulating a high-quality script for writers, translators, and trans-adaptors quick and easy.


The VoiceQ Writer user interface introduces improvements to efficiency, speed and accuracy to the day-to-day tasks of producing a script for dubbing or dialogue replacement. The software can be used independently, which lets users work on scripts remotely, introducing further flexibility to the process.


The resulting scripts are both time and sync perfect. Actors can now deliver world-class performances with fewer takes and less time spent in the studio.


Blackmagic integration


Recently unveiled at NAB 2017, Blackmagic integration is VoiceQ's latest adaptation set to revolutionise the dubbing industry.


Many studios are already using Blackmagic hardware, including video cards to output video on TVs or monitors for the ADR/dubbing process. The new integration features with VoiceQ allows studios to 'plug and play', outputting video directly through the Blackmagic hardware. This holds several key advantages for studios, including:

  • Reducing the amount of equipment studios need.

  • Reducing setup time and improving workflow.

  • Allowing playback in high-quality SD and HD formats.

VoiceQ: Democratised ADR/dubbing software


Recently unveiled at NAB 2017, Blackmagic integration is VoiceQ's latest adaptation set to revolutionise the dubbing industry.


If you can see a trend emerging, you're not wrong. By introducing intuition, flexibility and convenience into the 'digital rythmoband' platform, VoiceQ software opens the doors for studios of all size and experience to produce high-quality dubbed audio for media and other projects. Studios can now source talent from a greater pool of resources, no longer constrained by the actor's experience in the studio as a deciding factor on whom to assign a role.


There are many more reasons to take advantage of the VoiceQ series in your next dubbing or ADR project, with new innovative features being added all the time, to continue improving dubbing overall, in all levels of the process.

To find out more, or to sign up for a free trial of the VoiceQ software, start a conversation with our friendly team at VoiceQ today.


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