Camera and Accessories, Video Editing

Computer Video UK reviews Serious Magic Ultra & DV Rack

DV VIDEO MONITORING, PRODUCTION AND EVALUATION TOOLS Serious Magic DV Rack Nobody wants to lug heavy racks of expensive video equipment into the field. Serious Magic’s DV Rack software is designed to replace all of it for a fraction of the price, weight and power consumption. We put it through its paces to see how Read More

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By Videoguys, October 29, 2004

Video Editing

Chroma Keying for the Masses: Serious Magic Ultra

Tom’s Hardware By:Humphrey Cheung October 28, 2004 You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars to get professional green/blue screen movie effects. Serious Magic’s Ultra will add magic to your videos for a fraction of the cost of other chroma keying packages. Modern filmmaking attempts to blur the line between fiction and reality. Actors and Read More

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By Videoguys, October 28, 2004

Camera and Accessories, Computers, Video Editing

PCIe Ramps Up : Seven PCI Express Graphics Cards Compared

GamePC by Chris Connolly 10/18/2004 The transition to PCI Express has indeed been a painful one for the computing industry, causing confusion and frustration for both system builders and consumers. While changing computer connection standards is never easy, the pain of moving to PCI Express graphics cards from the well known AGP 8x standard has Read More

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Video Editing

VASST Announces ULTIMATE S Plug-In for Sony Vegas

Our friend at VASST – makers of the Vegas Training DVDs available in the How-To/Training section of the site, have released Ultimate S – a new plug-in for Sony Vegas®. It contains 51(That’s right, FIFTY ONE!!) editing and creative functions to be used in conjunction with Sony Vegas® and assigns these functions to a single Read More

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By Videoguys, October 27, 2004

Specials and Promotions

Streaming Media West, October 26-28, 2004, LIVE from the Santa Clara Convention Center

As the Streaming Media West show enters its 7th year, it is clear that the use of streaming and digital media technology and applications has dramatically changed. The industry is now driven by informed and empowered customers who are seriously looking at the opportunities that streaming applications offer for their businesses. Portions of Streaming Media Read More

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By Videoguys, October 26, 2004

Video Editing

HDV — Ready for Prime Time?

By Stephen Porter Computer Graphics World, October 2004 Will the new HDV format usher in the next revolution in video production? There’s a debate going on in the professional video world that’s eerily reminiscent of one that occurred back in the mid ’90s when the DV format made its first appearance. Back then, the discussion Read More

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By Videoguys, October 25, 2004

Computers

ExtremeTech Five Intel 925X Motherboards

By Loyd Case Oct 14, 2004 Intel’s latest foray into core logic is its 900 series of chipsets, which include the 925X, the 915P and the 915G. We wrote extensively about the 925X and 915 back in June. Since then, Intel has weathered much-publicized woes about bugs in the ICH6R I/O controller hub. Those issues Read More

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By Videoguys, October 22, 2004

Video Editing

Sony's HDV Debut

VideoSystems By Steve Mullen Oct 1, 2004 It had been a long, quiet summer on the HDV front. Then, a few days before the opening of IBC 2004 in Amsterdam, came Sony’s HDV cam-corder announcement. Via the Net we quickly learned Sony’s new HDV camcorder looked much like the consumer camcorder pre-announced at Cebit by Read More

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By Videoguys, October 21, 2004

Video Editing

DMN Interview: Adobe's Townhill Talks HDV and Premiere Pro

Wavelet compression for HDV editing to be offered free to Premiere Pro 1.5 users Adobe Premiere Group Product Manager Richard Townhill again talks with DMN’s Charlie White, this time in a conversation about the new HDV format and Adobe’s plans to support it within Premiere Pro 1.5. Just before this mid-October 2004 interview, Sony had Read More

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By Videoguys, October 20, 2004

Specials and Promotions, Storage Solutions, Video Editing

Pioneer lowers the price on DVR-A08 burner!

Pioneer announces a MAJOR price drop and new $30 mail in rebate for the DVR-A08 16×16 Dual Layer DVD Burner! The price drop brings the top rated DVRA08 down to $119.95 after rebate. The DVRA08 is available in your choice of black, beige or silve bezil. It is the worlds only true 16x +R / Read More

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