Video Editing

Videography: Low Cost, High Definition

October 12, 2004

By Staff Oct 11, 2004, 15:52 There was a time when high definition production was a reality only for broadcast networks with deep pockets. Today that reality has been shattered with the availability of sub-$4,000 HD cameras and $7,000 HD production systems (including a single-chip camera) that can deliver content in myriad digital formats and Read More

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Video Editing

Pinnacle announces $200 rebate on LE6 Pro for Edition Pro hardware owners!

October 11, 2004

Attention Edition Pro Owners! $200 trade-in rebate for your old Edition Pro breakout box!! That’s right! Pinnacle is going to reward all Edition Pro hardware owners with a $200 trade in rebate. All you have to do is order the Liquid Edition 6 Pro upgrade for $699.95 and download the Pinnacle loyalty trade-in form. Then Read More

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Video Editing

DV Mag: Boris Continuum Complete 3.0

October 8, 2004

Effects and Transitions Plug-in Package Reviewed by Matthew Caldwell Many of today’s editing and compositing apps offer a robust set of effects features, but they don’t always keep up with the latest trends in VFX. Light effects, for example, have been in vogue for several years now, but few apps offer them as part of Read More

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Video Editing

New Worldtech Wireless Keyboards- IN STOCK!

October 7, 2004

WorldTech now offers the largest selection of wireless and USB keyboards for NLE and digital media markets, including keyboards for: Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Avid Xpress DV/PRO, Pinnacle Liquid Edition, Canopus EDIUS, Sony Vegas, and Ulead MediaStudio Pro. Designed based on the latest versions of theses software programs, the Specialist keyboard will help editors Read More

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Video Editing

eMedia: HDV Goes Mainstream

By Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen – Posted Oct 6, 2004 Depending on who you talk to, HDV—the two year-old format that brings high-definition images to standard DV tape—is either the format of tomorrow or today’s choice for cutting-edge videographers. Make no mistake, HDV is not HD, which is still the domain of broadcast- and cinema-quality cameras retailing Read More

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Video Editing

Boris Continuum Complete 3.01 test and review

October 6, 2004

Our friends at Computer Video Editing Magazine in the UK posted this review from their latest issue….Depending on how they’re used, filters and effects can be genuinely useful or just plain daft. Boris provides the tools with which to sink or swim Some video editors just want to tell a story. For anyone whose work Read More

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Video Editing

Do It Yourself: Making Home Movies

October 5, 2004

If you’re just started in the world of video editing and you want something to do when you’re not reading the great information on Videoguys.com then check out the new "Making Home Movies" series on the DIY Network. The first episode aired Sunday but there are still 12 left with some very interesting information. Bring Read More

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Video Editing

Videography review: Medéa G-RAID

October 4, 2004

By Todd Sali Sep 30, 2004 Hard drives have done as much to democratize video editing as the DV format has. Multiple streams of uncompressed video and even more of DV are now possible with Apple Final Cut Pro HD and others because fast hard drives are now affordable and available. Medéa was among the Read More

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Video Editing

Video-Editing Power For Non-Pros

October 3, 2004

PC Magazine by By Jan Ozer 09.23.04 Following years of growth in the video-editing software market, we’re now seeing the emergence of a new class of software aimed at sophisticated home PC users. While earlier consumer-level packages shunned advanced concepts such as multitrack editing and chroma key capabilities, software developers have recognized that many early Read More

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Video Editing

Adobe After Effects 6.5

October 1, 2004

VFX Pro Feature By Ed Heede Sep 30, 2004, 15:15 Graphics pros know the feature sets that have made After Effects dominant in the composite graphics field: comprehensive Expressions, Parenting, sophisticated rotoscope masking and true 3D z-depth (complete with lights, shadows and film-accurate cameras) built over a true editorial effects interface that artists have grown Read More

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