Why the Quine tools?

Because they are unrivaled, amazing and years ahead of the competition

QuineIngest looks a bit inconspicuous, but don’t let the looks fool you.
The following video shows you what you can achieve in 3:30 minutes:

So let’s say you need to:

  1. Secure copy, checksum and store your Camera and audio files and get receipts
  2. Apply LUTs and burn-in file-names and Timecode for dailies and editorials
  3. Upload dailies to a dailies viewer
  4. Connect Script-notes and camera-metadata to dailies, and get the logging ready and imported to premiere
  5. View your dailies
  6. Finish your logging in a sharable way
  7. Open your day project in Premiere
  8. Upload edited sequences for review
  9. Get feedback on review clips (with frame-based notes)
  10. Share audio, editorials and metadata with an external editor
  11. Exchange VFX- material and rendered-shots with a post-houses.

Normally this would involve a wee bit of manual work, and also quite a few applications:

  • An ingest application (Like ShotPutPro or Pomfort Silverstack)
  • A color rendering application (Like DaVinci Resolve)
  • A dailies application (Like Drylab Dailies)
  • Manual logging both for the dailies and for Premiere
  • A review-tool (Like Frame.io)
  • An exchange tool (Like Signiant or Aspera)
  • For multiple shares, you would also need a cloud server, like AWS or Azure

Thus: 7 separate applications with limited intercompatibility and let’s say… quite a bit of manual work.

Or, you could use QuineCore…