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Videoguys' NAB2001 recap

This years NAB was a bit smaller and less exciting then last years. But looking back at it, much or last years NAB hype was the same internet bubble that burst last fall. At NAB2000 everywhere you looked there was video streaming technology. Well guess what? A year later, broadband access is still very limited Read More

By Videoguys, May 23, 2001

Tech Tips & Tricks

Dave's Windows XP Tweaks for Non-Linear Video Editing

The following WinXP tweaks are provided by Dave Laborde. I reformatted his Word doc into an easier to read and faster to download html page. Dave is one of our customers and he is the author of our Win2K and WinME tweaks pages. He is very active on both the Canopus Storm and Matrox RT2500 Read More

By Videoguys, February 22, 2001

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Videoguys' Top 10 of 2000

This year (Y2K, 2000, the new millenium) was a breakthrough year for digital videographers. New products were introduced that gave an unprecedented level of value, power and performance for non-linear editing. Many of the products featured in this article have had significant price drops in the past few months! By far and away the hottest Read More

By Videoguys, January 11, 2001

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Videoguys' NAB2000 Recap

NAB2000 is the world’s leading conference and exhibition for the converging electronic media communications industries. Produced annually in April by the National Association of Broadcasters, The NAB Show delivers the most comprehensive showcase of digital communications technologies including every element of television and radio broadcasting, film/video production and post production, audio production, multimedia, the Internet, Read More

By Videoguys, May 23, 2000

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Videoguys' Top 10 Products of 1999

1999 was the best year yet for amazing new desk top video products. In 1999 DV became the dominant format for DTV. Of the 12 hardware products featured in this article, ten are DV and the remaining two have DV options.As 1999 came to a close two new very hot technologies have emerged: affordable Real-time Read More

By Videoguys, January 11, 2000

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Videoguys' NAB '99 Review

I just got back from NAB ’99 and my head is still spinning. We are on the brink of a video revolution that is going to make digital video production easier, faster and less expensive.Even more important, NAB ’99 will mark the official release of MPEG2 video editing. Why is MPEG2 so special? Because it Read More

By Videoguys, May 23, 1999

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DV Expo 1999

This years DV Expo (Oct 19-22, Long Beach CA) was even more exciting then last years show!! I strongly recommend that digital videographers and content creators put the DV Expo in their plans. The seminars and conferences were well done and the presenters were both knowledgeable and interesting to watch. The exposition was extremely focused Read More

By Videoguys, February 20, 1999

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Videoguy's top 10 breakthrough DTV products of 1998

1998 was a banner year for revolutionary new desk top video editing products. Not only are the 12 products on this list (two ties) outstanding, but each one pushed the envelope of the current technology and has left an indelible mark on the timeline of digital video editing. Unlike last year’s top ten list I Read More

By Videoguys, January 11, 1999

Tech Tips & Tricks

Videoguys' Desk Top Video Glossary

Here are some of the more common terms used in explaining Desk Top Video products. I hope you find it useful. 3D Transitions    A 3D transition allows video one to flip, fly & change size and shape. A great example of this is a page-peel. A/B Roll    Creating fades, wipes and other transitions directly from Read More

By Videoguys, January 1, 1999

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Videoguys' DV Expo 98 Recap

The DV Expo (Oct 13-16, Pasadena CA) was a very informative and exciting show. I strongly recommend that digital videographers and content creators put the ’99 DV Expo in their plans. The seminars and conferences were well done and the presenters were both knowledgeable and interesting to watch. The exposition was extremely focused and the Read More

By Videoguys, October 20, 1998