Video Editing

CINEFORM SOFTWARE SUPPORTS BLACKMAGIC INTENSITY TO DELIVER REAL-TIME DIRECT-TO-DISK RECORDING INTO CINEFORM INTERMEDIATE FILES

February 28, 2007

Desktop PCs Now Capable of Affordable HD Digital Video Recording Using Professional-Quality CineForm Intermediate Software Combined with Blackmagic Intensity HDMI Hardware Solana Beach, Calif., February 28, 2007 – CineForm®, Inc. announced today that all of its software products now support direct-to-disk recording into professional-quality CineForm Intermediate™ files from HDMI video sources using the Intensity card Read More

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Video Editing

Test Bench: Sorenson Squeeze Compression Suite 4.5

February 26, 2007

Videomaker by John Burkhart Anyone who’s serious about encoding for a wide variety of formats and doing it efficiently will find this their main squeeze. Today’s ideal workflow is to create once, and publish anywhere. Compression software is the crucial tool allowing you to deliver your content to an ever-increasing choice of distribution channels. The Read More

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Video Editing

Build Your Own HD Workstation

DV By Mike Curtis Everything Final Cut Pro users–from starving artists to small shops–need to edit uncompressed HD content High-definition video has been all the rage for the past few years. At first, for postproduction professionals, it was exciting that HD could be edited at all on desktop computers. It then became more affordable as Read More

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Video Editing

Test Bench:Boris FX 9 Visual Effects Software

February 14, 2007

Videomaker by Andrew Burke Boris is a name known to many editors who work with animated titles. But the “Boris FX” series does much more than bounce your son’s name around like a basketball. The new Boris FX 9 is an advanced level plug-in and application for all kinds of editing fun. If you are Read More

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Video Editing

Digit Review: Vegas+DVD Production Suite

February 9, 2007

Digit by James Morris Editing performance with HDV is much improved, and the interface is more configurable than before. Strong collection of effects. Vegas has an unusual history. Starting life as a multi-track audio-editing tool from Sonic Foundry, it has since reinvented itself as a video-editing package, and was later acquired by Sony’s media software Read More

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Video Editing

TURBO CHARGE Your Professional SD & HD Editing with the Adobe Production Studio Premium & Matrox RT.X2

February 6, 2007

Matrox RT.X2 & Adobe Production Studio Premium Now Only… $2,495.00 The more realtime performance your editing system provides, the more time you can spend creating, not rendering. If you edit with Adobe Premiere Pro software alone, applying a filter, transition or effect with more than one layer of video may require rendering. Combine the Adobe Read More

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Video Editing

Sony HDR-HC3 and Canon HV10 Micro HD Camcorders

DV by Tim Sassoon Like many of you, I have a great 3-chip pro HD camera with all the bells and whistles. Amazingly flexible and dripping with accessories, it’s capable of making truly superb images. I often see things I’d like to capture on the spur of the moment, be it beautiful lighting or an Read More

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Video Editing

Videoguys on Vista: Not Yet

February 5, 2007

Windows Vista – Not yet – wait for 64 bit drivers. Microsoft has finally shipped their much awaited and hyped next OS – Vista. For Digital Videographers we have one piece of advice: Do Not Upgrade (Yet) Here are our top reasons why we feel you MUST WAIT before upgrading or migrating to Vista Wait Read More

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Video Editing

Canon HV20 HDV Camcorder In the US, Yes It's True

February 4, 2007

Camcorderinfo.com by David Kender January 31, 2007 – This morning, Canon USA announced the new HV20 high definition HDV camcorder, only few hours after receiving an announcement in Japan. It will join the HV10 in Canon’s emerging presence in the HD consumer market. The HV20 ($1099 MSRP) is scheduled for a mid-April release. The numerous Read More

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Video Editing

10 Reasons You Don’t Need Vista Today

February 2, 2007

Maximum PC by: Will Smith You’re sick of Windows XP. We are too, but Vista isn’t a panacea for your PC problems. We have some compelling arguments for waiting a few months before you upgrade. Brace yourself. The largest Microsoft marketing campaign ever is gearing up to try to convince you the time is right Read More

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