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    Just a quick update on our latest feature.

    Live logging.

    All keyboard based.

    Giving you the most lovely printouts.

    Took a week more than we hoped to get into the field, but now it is.

    Dynamic updates into Premiere.

    Incredibly proud of the code making all this automated markup possible in the background, gotta say.

    Nonscripted is by now 3/4 of our business, and this is such a key feature for that.



    So just to be clear:

    This is a manual editing tool that can accept API based input.

    the reason is simply that I come from a place where the dialects are too many and the language is too small to ONLY trust AI based transcriptions.

    But we CAN accept AI based transcriptions into this tool
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    Having spent a couple of hours with a graphics designer, I have come up with an idea:
    Production of films and TV is pretty complex stuff, even if you understand what it takes.
    QuineCore makes that significantly easier

    That's it pretty much.
    Now, sign up ��
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    Roughly a year ago #QuineCore was out of beta and the production world was slowly opening again.
    It's incredibly cool to see that we a year later have more than 50 times as many active concurrent productions as a year ago, being promoted by #Adobe and solving #cloudbased production including #homeediting for a weekly growing number of #production #houses.
    Not least have we needed to figure out a way to sell this thing. To answer what the cloud costs for a production, is sort of "pick a number". The cost can be close to 0, but it can also be "a lot" depending on the services you use and how you use them. Then add that investors wants to se a 10x markup on the cloud pricing for a #SaaS solution... Which on one hand explains some of the pricing you see on solutions, but simultaneously, that model is practically preventive for the end-user to take out the gains of cloud-based collaboration, whether you want a full "self serviced" solution for all assets, or just the cheapest possible preview videos for collaborative discussion and editor integration.
    We designed QuineCore ambitiously in a way where we think most producers from the big-name tentpoles to the independent crazy ones can take the benefit, and we found a way to give that benefit to our client by... simply NOT selling the cloud.
    Sounds simple, but that seems to be the ultimate win/win.
    The clients owns their own cloud subscription and can themselves decide how much they want to put in the cloud and thus have 100% control of their own cloud costs and own all their own data, while we instal QuineCore on their subscription and bill for our services only on fixed 12-month contracts.
    No limit to number of users or end-points
    No limit to number of productions
    You can use it to exchange EXR's with your VFX house, or only to preview h.264's
    We combine all tools needed to manage, communicate, share and interact with your data from ingest to delivery in one tool with one AD based user-management. We just adapt to the clients user db and security regime.
    We started off with scripted productions, but have had a lot of traction in non-scripted lately, not least because of our transcription and live-logging tools that integrate directly with Premiere without roundtripping with XMLs.
    This model of one integrated tool, one integrated user database, one integrated security regime and not hijacking the clients data as collateral, seems to solve some significant issues many potential users have with cloud based solutions.
    We're scaling up and are ready to welcome new users on all continents from august. If you want a taste, reach out to me.
    Here's an interview with Magnus Berggren that Adobe set up after the inconspicious and crazy production company Shuuto reached the world with their production Outlier last fall:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKEfagtLdqo&t=3s

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    Looking for pilot clients and evangelists in:

    US
    UK
    Germany
    Asia except China

    We were out of beta a year ago ad have been acquiring producers steadily the last year.

    As covid lets its grip go, the most obvious use-case we look for are producers who shoot far away from the editors who want to dramatically decrease turnover time, avoid moving people around more than neccessary and with tight deadlines.

    It does not matter whether you are on Premiere or AVID or Resolve for editing.

    There are no limits/price associated with #number of users.
    As we are ActiveDirectory based most mid-to-large size users can take advantage of our model that lets the user own their assets at any given time and that security and security management is the exact same as their existing security and user-management.

    Push me a mail to:

    gunleik@quine.no
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    A couple of QuineCore Questions videos


    QuineCore Questions - How and why ingest with QI

    https://youtu.be/t34ooOrnSdo
    https://youtu.be/t34ooOrnSdo



    QuineCore Questions - Setting up automated file and metadata parsing by filename
    https://youtu.be/xkXUF5Zik5g
    https://youtu.be/xkXUF5Zik5g



    QuineCore Questions - Destinations basics: Add and Find
    https://youtu.be/mr46PcGeHdI
    https://youtu.be/mr46PcGeHdI


    QuineCore Questions - How to download and install QI and Premiere plugin
    https://youtu.be/ClRcRF_T8EE
    https://youtu.be/ClRcRF_T8EE


    All of them have navigatable indexes, if you watch them on YouTube

    Cheers
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    In structuring scripted and non-scripted productions alike, using the "Unit" filter at ingest and when importing assets into your editor, simplifies and saves hours of time in all key processes.

    This is how to do it with QI and QuineCore.



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efTx2mU4POw
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    Selectively download assets from QuineCore

    QuineCore has lots of tools for automatically downloading the files you need as they get ready, but what if you just need a few of them, but spread over the entire production?



    https://youtu.be/S-dskt_yULs
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    I have tried in different ways to explain the difference between Quine and others, and the best analogy I have come up with is 1908
    If you in 1908 wanted to fund "selling cars", what would your bank be most responding to?
    Either a focus on the horse stables and their personal and goods transporting business case , including people who really know horses (horse-whisperers etc), stables and the right amount of salt per week.
    (this can be modelled)
    Or clients who just want to move themselves between a and b (this can not be modelled, as these customers would never buy a horse)
    "some solutions" are "a better way of feeding the horse". This gives good advantages in the horse economy with deep respect to all the problems connected with running horses to do "other stuff"
    Quine's approach is more like:
    Horse?
    Why do you need a horse?
    Take this car instead and do it yourself.
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