Leitch Announces Price Reductions for VelocityQ Non-Linear Editing Solutions
Posted Jan 27, 2005

Leitch Technology Corporation has announced price reductions on all models of its VelocityQ non-linear editing system to match the pricing of the VelocityQ line to the range of Leitch's earlier dual-stream Velocity editing systems.

VelocityQ combines the Quattrus multi-stream, real-time hardware with the Velocity software, forming a tightly integrated, multi-layer NLE solution. VelocityQ features real-time, full-quality playback of four streams of compressed or uncompressed video, up to six graphics streams, and optionally two or four channels of 3D DVE.

VelocityQ harnesses this power into a customizable interface designed to makes complex editing tasks easy. The comprehensive feature set includes integrated, full-quality multi-camera editing; 3- and 4-point editing; real-time filters such as color correction and speed changes; hundreds of customizable real-time transitions; timeline integration with eyeon's included Digital Fusion DFX+ compositing software; OMF and AAF interoperability; and the unique EyeCon View timeline interface tool. The Virtual Tape File System also qualifies VelocityQ ideal as a digital disk recorder or graphics output platform.

VelocityQ is available as fully integrated, "ready to run" turnkey solutions, or as boardset-and-software bundles for installation into a Windows 2000 or Windows XP workstation. Leitch Quattrus cards and DVE modules are also available on an OEM basis to third-party developers wanting to integrate high-quality, real-time video I/O hardware into their own products and applications.