DT Videolabs Unveils New Software at InfoComm10 in Las Vegas

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The software company that created PlaybackPro Plus launches DT MonitorPro, the latest addition to its existing suite of Mac-based, flexible media management software at Las Vegas InfoComm10.

DT Videolabs reveals DT MonitorPro which allows for monitoring of multiple video inputs via a single Mac computer. Each video input has its own window, adjustable in size, that may be floated anywhere on screen allowing for greater versatility than existing quad-split devices.

“DT Videolabs’ software runs on most MacBook Pro computers which gives it an expandable, flexible, portable and simple to upgrade quality. The industry game changer, especially for PlaybackPro Plus, is the ability to play high-definition video for an affordable investment of software and hardware; something not found in other DDRs and DVD players. We are constantly developing new software that reflects the dynamic nature of the video industry,” says Brian Miller, President of DT Videolabs.

DT Videolabs has created a reliable suite of intuitive software suitable for live broadcasts, studio applications and corporate meetings. PlaybackPro Plus, video playback software that offers an easy to use interface for trimming, sizing, cueing, and playing of high-definition 1080p clips, has become the industry standard for a variety of display applications. The video playlist allows the user to easily change the playback order, relabel video clips and print play lists to PDF.

SimpleSync controls multiple computers running PlaybackPro Plus for projection displays and other multi-media purposes. Other DT Videolabs software, such as RecordPro, a digital video recording program; InstaCue, live audio playback; and Speaker TimerPro, customizable timer software, allow the user to learn the software quickly through its streamlined platform. The clean workflow environment is designed by industry professionals who understand that simplicity trumps thick owner’s manuals, steep learning curves and clunky toolbars.

DT VideoLabs will be at InfoComm10. Las Vegas Convention Center, North Hall, Booth N812; June 9-11, 2010. http://www.infocommshow.org

Visit DT Videolabs: http://www.dtvideolabs.com


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