Los Angeles, CA (May 12, 2020)—Deluxe Entertainment Services has launched One Dub, a remote audio cloud tool that reportedly enables frame-accurate audio recording via a web browser, allowing voice actors, engineers and directors to collaborate remotely.
A module of the Deluxe One platform, One Dub leverages Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud technology. Chris Reynolds, Deluxe’s SVP and GM, Localization, noted, “One Dub is something we have been refining over the last several months, and with the impact of COVID-19, we quickly mobilized to finalize it for launch to our partners. In addition to providing immediate relief to dubbing studios shifting to remote workflows, One Dub will deliver long-term benefits as a means to extend their operations and physical facilities after they reopen.”
One Dub enables teams to work remotely with secure streaming video playback, on-screen editable scripts and record/edit functions in industry-standard 24-bit/48 khz quality. Video files accessible via One Dub are not downloadable through the app and feature user-specific visual and forensic watermarking, along with DRM.
The service is specifically designed to serve the needs of the end users, including voice artists, sound technicians and creative directors. The tool does not require any additional software – collaborators receive a secure link that lets them work in a web browser with zero-latency recording. Deluxe will offer virtual training sessions to dubbing studios to ensure integration with digital audio workstations and editing applications within existing workflows.
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