Video Editing

The Mercury Playback Engine: CUDA Improvements

May 24, 2011

video3brain by Todd Kopriva The video “The Mercury Playback Engine: CUDA Improvements” is part of the following training course: What’s New and Changed in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 Stay Up to Date with Premiere Pro CS5.5 In this free workshop, Adobe Technical Support Lead Todd Kopriva is your guide to the changes in the CS5.5 Read More

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Video Editing

Grass Valley Edius 6 Advanced Editing Software Reviewed

Videomaker by Mike Houghton Edius 6 is an extremely competitive non-linear editor for intermediate and professional users. As the demand for video increases, the video editing software market only gets more competitive. Scores of programs compete against each other with new options, refined workspaces and streamlined workflows. Edius 6, from Grass Valley, is a pro Read More

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Opinion: Thunderbolt on the new iMacs is great

MacVideo by Jason Snell Thunderbolt on the new iMacs is great, but there’s nothing to use it with – Super-fast transfer protocol yet to show its power Last week, Macworld Senior Editor Roman Loyola and I arrived at Apple bright and early for a briefing about the latest generation of iMacs — the same four Read More

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AJA Ki Pro Mini field report

Creative Cow by Helmut Kobler AJA’s Ki Pro Mini ($1995) is a portable video recorder that gives older, cheaper cameras new life by recording their footage as digital files in Apple’s high-end ProRes codec. All you need is a camera that can output its image via HD-SDI or HDMI. Just attach the Mini to the Read More

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Video Editing

Videoguys.com is your upgrade source for Adobe, Avid, Apple, Grass Valley and more!

May 23, 2011

Why should YOU upgrade your video editing system and what is the best upgrade for you? There are several reasons to upgrade your video editing system. Like most technological advances, the video editing systems available today are faster, more stable, easier to use, and capable of higher-quality then some of those made as recently as Read More

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In Review: AJA Kona 3G

May 20, 2011

DV by Ned Soltz AJA is now shipping the latest update to its top of the line Kona series, the Kona 3G. Capitalizing on the power of the Kona 3, the Kona 3G adds 3Gb SDI input and output to match with the latest devices offering this high-speed SDI protocol. This is in addition to Read More

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REVIEW: Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium

May 19, 2011

Studio Daily by Barry Braverman While not a milestone release, this incremental upgrade includes new support for camera formats and an improved Adobe Story We know from the way the world works that they ought to come in predictable waves. Every eighteen months we eagerly await them. Invariably powerful and potentially game changing, we’re not Read More

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The Top Ten things we love about Thunderbolt

fcp.co Thunderbolt, its clearly a win win situation with the new Intel connection at the moment, and when we found out that someone had written a top ten guide, well we had to find out more. Jigsaw is a leading provider of IT solutions, consultancy and support services to organisations with creative requirements, and is Read More

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Review: Avid's Phrasefind & AV3's GET

May 18, 2011

Post by Jonathan Moser I thought it appropriate to combine both products in one review as both are based on the powerful Nexidia phonetic search engine and are tools that will essentially change the way we edit. Nexidia, by the way, is well-known in the IT industry for its work in developing phonetic search technologies.  Read More

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