Video Editing

Canopus HDV Education

February 26, 2005

High Definition is Not Just For the Future. It’s Here Right Now. The new HDV format is poised to revolutionize high definition production in the same way DV revolutionized standard definition. But innovations also raise questions. This Web site aims to answer those questions. What is HDV? It is a common misconception that HDV and Read More

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What's the Deal With HDV?

Videography By Peter Caranicas Feb 25, 2005 Back in the ’80s, MTV launched with the battle cry, “I Want My MTV.” Twenty-odd years later, a new generation of videographers may well pick up that mantra and apply it to the newly minted HDV standard, which does nothing less than democratize high definition. What is HDV? Read More

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HDV’s Coming Up

February 21, 2005

Computer Graphics World February, 2005 by Jeff Sauer If you’re not that familiar with HDV, it would be both a little surprising and completely understandable. After all, over the past year HDV has become one of the video industry’s hottest buzz-acronyms and most eagerly awaited product classes. But for the working creative professional, that’s the Read More

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Pinnacle Liquid Edition 6 review

February 20, 2005

DV Doctor by Peter Wells 2/11/05 Pinnacle’s Liquid Edition 6 is a featured-packed hardware/software combination. The supplied breakout box is well-endowed with sockets – including component in/out – but provides no hardware acceleration. So, a PC with a powerful CPU and graphics card is required – and that card and the PC’s USB 2.0 port Read More

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Videoguys' Event Videography Page

February 18, 2005

We have the video editing and production tools you need to succeed! Event Videography is one of the most challenging and rewarding areas of digital videography. It can also be very profitable – if you do it right! While we can supply you with all of the tools you’ll need to accomplish this, it is Read More

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G-RAID 800GB External FireWire 800 Storage

DMN Product Review: by Charlie White Fastest FireWire 800 array yet If you’re looking for mammoth amounts of fast storage, here’s a FireWire 800 (1394b) disk that fills the bill nicely. The G-RAID FireWire array by G-Tech, Inc. is a gleaming stainless steel external disk enclosure that’s available in four different sizes, 160GB ($300), 320GB Read More

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Timeline: Tips for Editing Montages

February 17, 2005

by Bill Davis Videomaker Mag February, 2005 If you’ve been around video long, you’re probably familiar with the term “montage” (män-‘täzh). It’s a French term that comes from the world of cinema. Webster defines a montage as: 1: the production of a rapid succession of images in a motion picture to illustrate an association of Read More

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DeckLink Deconstructed

VideoSystems By Steve Mullen Blackmagic’s line of HD I/O and acceleration cards facilitates several levels of HD editing. Blackmagic Design’s DeckLink HD I/O boards offer HD-SDI input and output of HD video, and some versions allow analog monitoring. Australia’s Blackmagic Design has been leading the way to all-digital video production by delivering low-cost SDI and Read More

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HDV and the Sony FX1

February 15, 2005

eMedia Live By Jan Ozer – Posted Feb 15, 2005 After testing Sony’s HDR-FX1, I’m an HDV believer. It’s not the second coming of DV, but it can be extremely useful in a number of circumstances, including when you need to down-sample the results to SD formats. Conversation between Stephen Nathans, editor and myself, December Read More

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DeckLink Extreme

February 14, 2005

Ten-bit SDI and Analog I/O Card Reviewed by Marco Solorio for DV Mag Price, performance, and quality arrive in one package. A versatile card, even if not used for editing purposes. The software is really maturing with Blackmagic Design and brings this package to a new level. If only there were a few more I/O Read More

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