Horita Audio / Video Cue Streamer

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Horita Audio / Video Cue Streamer

B&H # HOADQ50 Mfr # ADQ-50
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You Pay: $418.50
Product Highlights
  • Produces Video and Audio Cue Prompts
  • Use in ADR/Foley/Post Production Tasks
  • Frame-by-Frame Trim of the Marked Time
  • Overlays a White Sweep Line
  • Generates Audio Cue/Video Box Prompt
  • Control via RS-232 Serial Port
  • Includes QMe Event List/Control Software
  • SMPTE Time Code Reading (1/30 to 10x)
  • List Cue Times/Add Comments/Save/Recall

The Horita Audio / Video Cue Streamer produces video and audio cue prompts making the desktop-sized device suitable for use in ADR, Foley, or other post production areas where repeatable and precise audio tasks are carried out.

The unit allows you to trim the time line frame-by-frame to the precise point at which the ADR, Foley, or other audio is to be inserted into the video. A white line is generated and sweeps across the screen from left to right, and when it reaches the rightmost edge, a square video box is flashed on the screen. The line's exit and box's appearance act as visual cues for starting the audio event.

Apart from the visual cues, the streamer also generates an audio cue - 3 evenly spaced audio tones, to define a time-pattern, followed by the faux-fourth one that syncs with the flashing box on the screen. During an edit, where the In & Out points are marked, the sweep line and audio tones automatically back-time and coincide with the incoming time code to end with the appearance of the video box prompt.

For perfect audio-video sync, the audio prompts interact with the video display. When the tones sound, the sweeping line turns off. At the faux-fourth tone, along with the video flash, the audio is set to sync with the video. This feature comes in useful while working in sound environments/stages requiring low or zero volume levels.

The ADQ50 even allows you to rehearse and perform pull-down sync. A PC connected via RS232 serial data cable sets the GPI-signal-input channel for this device to rehearse/perform. Using the REHEARSE switch on the front panel and the MARK switches, you can manually set the trigger or the MARK times.

In addition to the above set up, the streamer can also be controlled using the supplied Qme software. This software allows cue time capture, EDL (Edit Decision List) compilation, and adding comments to each event. Additionally with the help of Qme, users can save, recall, print, and even send it to the streamer online post production sessions. The streamer can read the SMPTE time code for play speeds that range from 1/30 up to 10x.

Desktop-sized device
Produces video and audio cue prompts
Suitable for use in ADR, Foley, or other post production audio tasks requiring specific and repeatable timing or syncing of audio responses to specific video action
Trim the time line frame-by-frame to the precise point at which the ADR, Foley, or other audio is to be inserted into the video
Generates a white line which sweeps across the screen from left to right on the screen
Line's exit and box's appearance act as visual cues for starting the audio event
Generate an audio cue pattern with 3 evenly spaced audio tones
Outputs a faux-fourth one that syncs with the flashing box on the screen
Allows you to rehearse and perform pull-down sync
Using the REHEARSE switch on the front panel and the MARK switches, you can manually set the trigger or the MARK times
Streamer can be controlled using the supplied Qme software
Software allows cue time capture, EDL (Edit Decision List) compilation, and adding comments to each even
Read the SMPTE time code for play speeds that range from 1/30 up to 10x
Video In BNC x1
Video Out BNC x1
Audio Out Mini (3.5mm) x1
Communication Port RS232 x1
GPI x1
Horita Audio / Video Cue Streamer
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