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Leading London post house offers Expresso

DGP Expresso has reported a constant stream of corporate clients since opening its doors as the multimedia bureau of DGP, the Soho-based DVD and post production facility.

The bureau was set up in response to the increasing demand from producers for quick turnaround delivery on formats other than tape. DGP had already been servicing this sector, but set aside more space and investment to meet this growing need for its high-speed DVD production, file transcoding and encoding services.

"Our business is split evenly beween conventional post-production and mainstream DVD creation," explains DGP co-founder Julian Day. "The idea behind DGP Expresso is that it will serve both parts of our established business – and help to attract new clients." DGP Expresso is based around the ROOT6 Technology ContentAgent-XR.

DGP Expresso sits in the post facility’s main editing building and offers digital content producers a range of encoding options. It also offers transcoding to multiple output streams in PAL and NTSC for a wide variety of uses, including: Video On Demand, CD-ROM, Mobile/telephony networks, Presentations, Windows/Real/QuickTime streaming servers, Sony Playstation Portable (PSP) and encrypted file transfers over the internet.

The company can deliver content anywhere in the world via digital delivery or satellite, encrypted if necessary, immediately after an edit is completed.

So far The Edge, PCI, Jack Morton, Blueprint, Shell, Aspect, Catalysm Purple, Wilder, Live, Angelfish and John Loden Associates, have all called on DGP Expresso’s streamlined services.

Story filed 08.03.06

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