Camera and Accessories, Video Editing

FOCUS Enhancements and Panasonic Highlight New HD Direct To Edit Video Disk Recorder

December 12, 2005

FireStore FS-100, Industry’s First Direct To Edit Recorder to Support Panasonic’s DVCPRO HD Format, Records Streams Up to 100Mb/s Directly from HVX-200 Camera DV EXPO, LOS ANGELES – Dec. 7, 2005 – FOCUS Enhancements Inc. (NASDAQ CM: FCSE), a worldwide leader in video production and conversion technology, and Panasonic, developer of the DVCPRO family of Read More

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Camera and Accessories, Video Editing

Avid Studio Complete $5,250 w/ FREE Training DVDs and BONUS FREE Avid Assurance

Avid Xpress Studio HD Complete is a full production suite in a single, integrated package. Video editing. Sound editing and design. 3D animation. Titling and visual effects. Advanced DVD authoring. All working together seamlessly. Five powerful applications plus integrated video and audio hardware deliver an unmatched level of post production workflow. Don’t settle for less Read More

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Camera and Accessories, Video Editing

Videoguys Digital Mixer Page

We’ve been getting a bunch of phone calls lately from videographers needing to set up a live, multiple camera shoot. If are you trying to set up a multi-camera switching solution for your church, corporate board room, school or other organization – We have digital mixing solutions for every budget and situation. We offer switchers Read More

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Camera and Accessories, Video Editing

Videoguy Interview: Tim Wilson of Avid tells all about Avid Liquid 7

December 10, 2005

Tim Wilson is a long time friend of the Videoguys and the senior product-marketing manager at Avid for both the Avid Xpress family and the brand new Avid Liquid 7. In this interview Tim tells us why Avid management is so excited about Liquid and what makes it so special for digital videographers. Here is Read More

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Camera and Accessories, Video Editing

Medea VideoRaid FCR2

December 9, 2005

Over the past year or two we’ve been keeping an eye on a major development in video storage. For high-end post, we are now recommending Medea VideoRaid FCR2 Fibre Channel storage solutions. Starting at $3,495 for a 1 TB (1,000GB) solution, it is the perfect failsafe storage solution for your Avid, AJA, Blackmagic, Bluefish, Canopus Read More

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Camera and Accessories, Video Editing

DV Guru Interview With Mike Curtis From HD for Indies (Part One)

HD for Indies has quickly become one of the most important websites for digital filmmaking. Whether it be HD, DV, Apple or Adobe, the man behind the blog/site, Mike Curtis provides an experienced, thoughtful, unbiased, truly independent point of view, all the while learning and teaching with his readers. Mr. Curtis has been in digital Read More

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Camera and Accessories, Video Editing

New Sony Vegas Bundles

December 8, 2005

When you think about top quality electronics and camcorders, Sony is one of the brands that come to everyone’s mind. We believe the same should be true for video editing software. Sony Vegas continues to receive the highest ratings and best reviews from the leading industry publications. Vegas’ reputation for stability and performance is well Read More

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Camera and Accessories, Video Editing

Thomson Grass Valley Vows to Acquire Canopus

DMN By Charlie White Company officials cite synergy in craft editing and codecs, sales channel in Japan as motivation Thomson Grass Valley acquires CanopusThomson Grass Valley signed an agreement to buy Canopus in a deal estimated to be worth $107.6 million. The company bought a third of Canopus from the company’s founder Hiro Yamada, and Read More

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Camera and Accessories, Video Editing

Panasonic rolls out AG-HVX200 camcorder

DMN Feature: by John Virata Clerks director Kevin Smith speaks at event In Ballroom D of the Universal Hilton Hotel at the doorstep to the world famous San Fernando Valley, and across town from the 2005 DV Expo in Los Angeles, Panasonic Corp. introduced the Panasonic AG-HVX200, the successor to the company’s popular AG-DVX100 to Read More

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Camera and Accessories, Video Editing

HDV Done Right – A Message From Avid

December 7, 2005

The emergence of the HDV format, offering high-definition quality video on a MiniDV cassette, has enabled a number of exciting new applications for video professionals who couldn’t afford the high cost of HD equipment. New three-chip professional camcorders from JVC and Sony have made HD production possible for more people than ever, and facilitated some Read More

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