VCube has become a shining standard in the audio for picture world. Dubbed "The Video Tool for the Audio Operator", VCube hosts a powerful set of functions in an easy to understand and simple to setup User interface. Available in packs ranging from software only and reliant on the graphic card output to provide the picture, to colouring suite grade I/O for even the most demanding of environments.
VCube 5.1 now with BlackMagic Hardware Support!!
Capture and Compile from Anywhere
Whether it is a linear ingest from tape or a compilation of various files types, codecs and sequences from an array of sources, VCubeHD has all the tools to ensure that prep for the dubbing stage is an easy task every time.
OMF/AAF/MXF/FCP XML/P2 XML sequence Import
Huge Codec Support List
VCubeHD can vastly increase workflow speeds by allowing the import of un-embedded file sequences from almost any type of video NLE available today. Using and industry standard interchange format, audio post rooms can have almost instance access to the newest edits, without having to wait for composition renders from the offline or online editors.
This is what people want out of a video tool I the audio world. When users receive a file from video editors or outside clients, it is such a nice thing to never have to say “umm.. Sorry but could I get you to re-render this with codec XYZ?”. Instead, just get to work.
9pin Remote Machine Control
The Ultimate in Timeline Flexibility
Control remote tape decks, complete with auto edit functionality and make control over linear tape machines something that doesn’t require any additional equipment.
Mix file types, frame rates, codecs and aspect ratios, interleaved and progressive and resolutions on a single timeline. A full feature set allowing the transparent usage of almost anything that the video people bring to the dub.
Synchronised Video Playback
In the theatre, VCube is the ultimate replacement for the video tape player-recorder. An incredibly simple and easy to use timeline and presets for complex configurations make this the ultimate video tool for the audio engineer.
Sync with SMPTE(LTC)/MTC/9pin
Picture in Picture Playback
No matter what DAW or system you are using, VCubeHD will slide perfectly and seamlessly alongside to create the ultimate video companion, no matter how you work. Video referenced to each frame edge, VCube guarantees that the video you see matches the audio you are working on.
Resize any video window on the fly and create instant comparison screens. An essential tool when working through reconforms or recording foley, picture in picture is the perfect companion to any post production workflow.
Everything you need to provide informative video overlays to actors for even the most involved of ADR sessions. This feature also combines with Pyramix 8.1 to provide the most intuitive ADR system available.
VCube HD (Turnkey Systems) allows the user to run any composition frame rate against any type of system timecode. This means (for example) that users can run a 24fps timeline in a PAL (25fps) room with VCube doing a real-time telecine. This feature makes any type of translation or international work a breeze.
Wrap, Render, Deliver
Back in the transfer room after the mix is finished, VCube becomes the final step in the chain. With a full set of tools for QC and digital delivery, VCube really is the Swiss-Army knife of the video for audio-post world.
Batch Render option
No matter what you are provided, VCubeHD has the ability to output almost broadcast-ready files in almost any professional format and codec. The workhorse of the modern MCR, VCubeHD is the perfect final stage to any TV production.
This feature turns VCubeHD into the perfect MAM (Media Asset Management) accessory. Able to create unlimited watch-folders and process wrapping, rendering and transcoding in a completely automated fashion, VCube Batch Render is essential in large broadcast facilities.
MXF files have fast become the industry’s default delivery format. The issue that seems to keep coming up though is that everyone’s version of MXF seems to be different! VCubeHD developers have worked long hours to ensure that MXF files passed through the wrap and render tools come out able to be played on MXF capable device.
Check out the System Solution Pages for ideas on how VCube HD can be used in your workflows