Video Editing

SMART I/O for Adobe CS6

May 31, 2012

Matrox products have been the I/O hardware of choice for Adobe editors since 1995, offering many workflow advancements over the years. From the first realtime playback, realtime effects, and realtime export engines, to support for Mac and PC laptops and desktops with a single device, Matrox worked hand-in-hand with Adobe over many generations of the Read More

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Video Editing

Video Professionals Find a Compelling Video Editing Alternative with Dell Precision Workstations + NVIDIA Quadro Graphics

Dell by Scott Hamilton In the last blog on this topic, we introduced you to the Dell Precision and NVIDIA video editing advisory program and the panel “Moving From Final Cut – Progress or Perils?” we were hosting at the SXSW Film Festival. We’ve had a very busy few months since then so I wanted Read More

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Video Editing

The Mac Pro in 2012 and Final Cut Pro X: When did Apple start representing the state of two years ago?

FCPX.TV by Richard Taylor In most areas, Apple represents the state of the art (or even the future of the art) in their product lines. But not so with the current Mac Pro. On their Mac Pro website they have about a dozen pages dedicated to a two year old Mac Pro with such outdated Read More

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Video Editing

As far as I am concerned I have four choices when it comes to editing for the rest of 2012

May 30, 2012

HD Warrior PART ONE…Which way to go ? As far as I am concerned I have four choices when it comes to editing for the rest of 2012… Stay with FCP-7 Move over to FCP-10 Re learn Premiere Pro CS5.5 Start afresh with Premiere Pro CS6 Lets start with FCP-7, a program that I have Read More

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Video Editing

A Cautionary Tale for the FCP Switcher

Creative COW by Walter Biscardi, Jr. What follows is a cautionary tale for anyone switching from Final Cut Pro 7 (or earlier) to anything else. If you are looking for an exact replacement for FCP, you’ll be sorely disappointed. There is nothing on the market today that is as flexible as that tool was. Multiple Read More

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Video Editing

New Features and New Workflows in Adobe Production Premium CS6

Adobe Creative Suite 6 software is everything you need to take your productions to virtually any screen. Keep your projects front and center with the sleek, new editing environment in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, work faster than ever with new performance enhancements in Adobe After Effects CS6, and harness the power of high-speed imaging tools Read More

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Video Editing

Discover the Avid Symphony Advantage

May 29, 2012

See & Hear why Symphony is the ideal solution for editorial, color, and mastering. Get all the benefits of Media Composer, plus moreMedia Composer is the industry-standard editing tool in film and television, but did you know that Symphony offers all of the same features, plus advanced color correction and mastering? What’s more, it comes Read More

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Video Editing

Matrox Convert DVI Demo Video

Matrox Convert DVI scan converters let broadcasters easily and economically incorporate content from a computer, iPad®, or iPhone® into news programs. They are also the perfect appliances to drive projectors and large displays at live events and in houses of worship. These products are ideal for creating broadcast video from Mac and PC computer applications Read More

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Video Editing

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

Macworld by Antony Bolante Adobe Premiere Pro CS6‘s aesthetic and workflow improvements over the previous version are immediately obvious at first glance. Whereas Premiere Pro CS5’s most notable features – 64-bit processing and the Mercury Playback Engine – were under the hood, the CS6 interface has undergone a comprehensive redesign that not only transforms the Read More

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Video Editing

Waiting for a New Mac Pro? A Growing Petition Seeks Answers from Apple Regarding an Update

nofilmschool by Joe Marine It’s no secret that Apple has been moving into the consumer space for the past five years, with the introduction of the iPhone and iPad, and the long wait between versions of Final Cut Studio, with the most recent version, Final Cut Pro X, resembling their consumer editing application iMovie. Whether Read More

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