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Pioneer BDR-101A Blu-Ray burner coming soon!

March 30, 2006

Pioneer BDR-101A Blu-Ray burner will be shipping before NAB! We’re hoping to get our first shipments in by the end of April! The BDR-101A will have a projected street price of $995. Here are a few Blu-Ray FAQs to wet your appetite! ·How much data can a Blu-Ray disc hold? o 25GB on a single Read More

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Shooting for DVD: Reviewing the Fundamentals

March 29, 2006

Digital Content Producer by Barry Braverman In this first installment of a two-part series, DP Barry Braverman outlines the basics for shooting with DVD output in mind. DVD is big business. In 2004, retail sales of DVD product exceeded $25 billion, which begs the question as a pro-level shooter of film and video if you’re Read More

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Review: JVC GY-HD100U ProHD Camcorder

EventDV by Marc Smiler If you want a true HD camera with 24p capability, put down the magazine and write your friendly JVC dealer a check. This camera rocks! It has image quality, features, and flexibility, as well as true 24p support. And there it was. A true 24p high-definition camcorder, all mine to play Read More

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VIDEOGUYS.COM LAUNCHES VIDEOGUYS' CABLE CONNECTION FEATURING PREMIUM HOME THEATER CABLES FROM NXG TECHNOLOGY, LLC

March 27, 2006

New Category Promotes Top Quality Home Theater Cables at Affordable Prices GLEN COVE, New York, March 24, 2006 – The New York-based online retailer of Videoguys.com, today announced the official launch of the VIDEOGUYS’ CABLE CONNECTION. The new category helps the company expand their successful online store while offering a logical accessory for many of Read More

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Videoguys' Spring Training Sales Event!

March 24, 2006

Welcome to the Videoguys’ Spring Training Sales Event! Save with these Specials, Rebates & New Items and the more you buy the more you save… — Spend $500 and get $10 OFF ——– Spend $750 and get $25 OFF —————- SPEND $1,000 OR MORE AND SAVE $50 OFF YOUR TOTAL PURCHASE The savings will be Read More

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Focus Enhancements and JVC Professional Announce Availability of DR-HD100 DTE Recorder for JVC ProHD Camcorders

Highly Anticipated Direct to Edit Recorder Brings DTE Technology, Extended Record Time, and Seamless Integration to the JVC GY-HD100/HD101 Camcorder CAMPBELL, CA — (MARKETWIRE) — 03/23/2006 — Focus Enhancements, Inc. (NASDAQ: FCSE), a worldwide leader in video production and conversion technology, today announced the availability of its FireStore DR-HD100 Direct To Edit® (DTE) recorder. Focus Read More

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CPU Power in 2006

There is going to be a leap in computing power the likes we haven’t ‘seen in a few years 2006 is shaping up to be an exciting year for micro-processor developments. The Pentium III 733MHz was released October 26, 1999. The Pentium 4 3.06GHz was released November 14, 2002. In only three years clockspeeds had Read More

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SmartSound Mood Mappingâ„¢

March 22, 2006

A breakthrough in music scoring for professional video editors that adapts music to the changing needs of your production. What is mood mapping you ask? Only the coolest new feature to hit audio creation software in years. Moodmapping allows you to change the mix of the instruments in your audio track to better match the Read More

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Total Training for Adobe Premiere Pro 2

DMN Product Review: by Charlie White Tutorial series can turn you from a novice to an expert in 17 hours If you want to learn how to use Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0, you can read through the documentation, try editing a few projects, and stumble your way through, eventually learning your own way of doing Read More

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Hands-on HVX

March 21, 2006

Video Systems By Barry Braverman A first-look review of the Panasonic HVX200, video’s latest quantum leap. At NAB 2005, Panasonic security dutifully watched over a glass case that held The Camera. In truth, it was not an actual camera at all, but a painted black block of wood with recycled camera parts glued on it. Read More

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