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Videoguys End of Summer and Back to School Specials

August 26, 2005

· Serious Magic Ultra 2 with Master Set Libraries – Lowest Prices Ever…up to $225 in Rebates & Free Training! · Sonic Introduces DVDit 6 & DVDit Pro 6 DVD authoring solutions · $400 mail-in rebate & free training DVDs with Avid Xpress Pro HD/Mojo bundle! Hurry – rebate expires 9/30! · Upgrade your mic Read More

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HD / HDV Editing with Sony Vegas 6

August 13, 2005

Manifest Technology by Douglas Dixon Sony’s Vegas has been a popular video editor, especially for its extensive audio support from its heritage as a former Sonic Foundry product (mediasoftware.sonypictures.com). The previous version, Vegas 5 (introduced in April 2004), added support for HD editing, and significantly enhanced the associated DVD Architect 2 authoring tool. The next Read More

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Inside Avid Xpress Studio HD

EventDV by By Jeff Sauer When Avid introduced the Avid Xpress Studio a little more than a year ago, it solidified a commitment to Xpress and, by extension, the event videographer market. It’s an audience with whom Avid has had, over the past decade anyway, something of a lukewarm relationship. After all, Avid is the Read More

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High-definition Videodiscs: The Route to a Single Standard

August 11, 2005

Tom’s Hardware by Scott M. Fulton LAS VEGAS (Nevada) – By now, you’re familiar with the headlines: Sony and Philips developed a compelling next-generation video disc standard. Toshiba and NEC developed a competitive format that used more conventional materials, was cheaper to implement, and had some intriguing technological frills. The major US movie studios were Read More

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Sonic Launches DVDit Pro 6

Sonic Solutions has launched DVDit Pro 6, the latest version of its DVD authoring solution designed for creative professionals and enthusiasts alike. DVDit Pro 6 offers new features, precision tools, and fine-tune controls, presented in a customizable workspace that is optimized for productivity. The latest version enables authors to deliver Web-linked interactivity with the inclusion Read More

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Edit Review — Pinnacle Liquid Edition Pro 6

July 26, 2005

VideoSystems By Frank McMahon This suite works as a basic, easy-to-use editor and also excels as an all-around editing powerhouse. Pinnacle’s Liquid Edition has blossomed into a very handy suite of software. You can now import just about anything into it, as well as export multiple SD/HD formats and DVD. At its heart it’s a Read More

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Consumers Prefer Blu-ray Over HD-DVD Format

July 20, 2005

A new poll suggests that as the battle between Blu-ray Disc and HD- DVD heats up, consumers overwhelmingly prefer Blu-ray Disc as their format of choice. In the poll, conducted by Penn, Schoen and Berland Associates, a nationally recognized strategic polling firm, consumers were given a side-by-side comparison of the two formats on the following Read More

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Videoguys Insider Vol 5 Is 7

July 15, 2005

What’s new for digital videographers this summer Summer is here and we have some hot new specials and exciting new products to tell you about. – NEW! Avid Xpress DV 4 with Pyro AV Link Bundle $499.95 – Videoguys now carries NewTek TriCaster!! – Serious Magic DV Rack & HDV PowerPack – Focus FireStore FS-4 Read More

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Burning Questions – The Next-Generation Disc: What Should It Be?

Senior Associate Editor Melissa J. Perenson delves into the world of optical storage, offering reviews and practical tips. The battle for the successor to DVD continues. The winner will be the format consumers flock to. No one wants to back the losing team. And today’s consumers are savvy enough to know they don’t want to Read More

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Shareware For Video And Motion Graphics

July 13, 2005

DV Mag by Richard Harrington Finding the right tool–for just the right price. Competitive video pros ride the bleeding edge, constantly looking for that right tool to expand their tool boxes and capabilities. But that tool doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg, and you might not have heard about the precise Read More

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