Las Vegas, NV - April 10, 2013 - Boris FX, the leading developer of integrated VFX and workflow technology for video and film, today announced that Boris Soundbite has received a StudioDaily Prime Award for the Most Innovative New Post-Production Product.
Powered by patented dialogue search technology from Nexidia, Boris Soundbite is a standalone Mac OS X application that quickly and accurately finds any word or phrase spoken in QuickTime media files. With Soundbite, video editors, producers, and journalists can instantly play all occurrences of a spoken phrase in their media, then insert the perfect take into their Apple Final Cut Pro X, Apple Final Cut Pro 7, or Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 project, organize clips around keywords, and even find replacement words for problematic audio. Boris Soundbite greatly reduces logging and transcription costs and lets editors spend their time being creative instead of manually searching hours of video.
Boris Soundbite is available for English, European Spanish, Latin American Spanish, European French, German, Italian, or Dutch for an MSRP of $295 USD. A full-functioning 14-day trial version is available for free download from http://www.borisfx.com.
Boris FX is currently demonstrating Boris Soundbite at NAB 2013 at booth SL4327 located in the Las Vegas Convention Center's South Lower Hall.
Founded in 1995, Boris FX is a leading developer of VFX, compositing, titling, and workflow tools for broadcast, post-production, and film professionals. Boris FX products have grown to serve over a million artists worldwide, with a customer base encompassing network and broadcast television clients such as ABC, BBC, CBS, Discovery, ESPN, and Turner, post-production facilities such as The Ant Farm, Digital Kitchen, and Troika Design Group, and educational and government institutions such as Video Symphony, Columbia College, the U.S. Army, and the U.S. Air Force. The company's success lies in its ability to tightly integrate and leverage technologies through strong partnerships with industry-leading developers of video editing software and hardware including Adobe, Apple, Avid, Corel, Grass Valley, Nexidia, and Sony.
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