Your time and return on investment is important. VoiceQ is a cueing application that expedites the dialogue creation and replacement process in the post production film, television, animation and games industries. First developed and patented in 2003, VoiceQ is now launched as a
The revolutionary VoiceQ 2.0 software is now available, combining the features of VoiceQ ADR and VoiceQ DUB, as well as introducing innovative new features in response to changes in the industry. Available for: Mac OSX. Release date: July 2015. or purchase
Comprehensive technical support is available for licensed users. You will find here and in the links below the VoiceQ User Guide, a new Knowledge Base, User Forum, FAQs, Feedback Form, details of where to get email support, and engaging video tutorials (French and
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July 2015 marks the global launch of VoiceQ 2.0. Its dubbing and ADR innovations are designed to reduce time dubbing preparation by 10%, retain the integrity of original scenes, improve voice talent capability and drive your ROI skyward. Multi platform, twoRead more
" I remember seeing one of the first prototypes of the Voice Q software that the enthusiastic engineers came to present to Warner Bros in 2000. They adapted the French rythmo band dubbing concept to new software, which after a few years of tweaking became one of the best in the industry. They just saved themselves 50 years of research.”
"Actors love the built-in cue system, which is visual as well as audible, and because VoiceQ offers a very accurate cue for every word it really does enhance performance levels. Since installing VoiceQ, we have used it to great effect on a number of projects and have succeeded in saving our clients a lot of studio time."
VoiceQ patented software is developed and distributed by New Zealand based new media company Kiwa Digital Ltd. We use technology to bring worlds to life in a way original content owners have always wished for. VoiceQ was first developed in 2000 to support the dubbing of NewRead more
VoiceQ 2.0 is here!
An ADR and Dubbing Re-evolution