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Tim Siglin | LandingZone, which will be available in a few weeks for $199.00 in two sizes—11" or 13" designs—mimics all the connectors of a last-generation Core2Duo MacBook Air. Read on to find out about current model MacBook Air devices, which have Thunderbolt connectors instead of mini DisplayPort connectors.
Feature - Posted 08 Feb 2012 By
Portable 10-bit SD and HD video solution priced at $239
Breaking News - Posted 12 Jan 2012
HDX-SDI with Thunderbolt technology professional video interface turns a Thunderbolt technology-enabled Mac or PC into a powerful HD/SD video production workstation equipped with all the video and audio I/O needed for professional capture and monitoring
Breaking News - Posted 11 Jan 2012
New features include new light-blend modes, custom fall-off curves, Collada support, and accelerated render times
Breaking News - Posted 03 Jan 2012
Tim Siglin | Newtek's long history in video production switchers—starting with the Amiga-based Video Toaster and more recent portable TriCaster units—takes an extreme leap forward with the rackmountable TriCaster 850 Extreme. Looking more like a four-rack-unit (4 RU) computer server than a traditional TriCaster, this is a TriCaster geared toward studio or broadcast facility integration rather than field production.
Feature - Posted 27 Dec 2011
Chris Randall | If you're in the market for a new laptop for your SDEs, I highly recommend the HP EliteBook 8760w workstation. It's like taking a super-fast, full-sized tower computer and cramming it all into a laptop with an amazing display. With Adobe CS 5.5, the 8760w, and its built-in NVIDIA graphics card, you'll be ready to rock the SDE world!
Feature - Posted 09 Dec 2011 By
Lets users deliver H.264 files for the web, mobile devices, and Blu-ray up to five times faster than software alone without sacrificing quality.
Breaking News - Posted 05 Nov 2011
David McKnight | Vegas Pro 11 was announced at IBC in September and is an exciting and much-anticipated upgrade to the cornerstone in Sony Creative Software's (SCS) media production line. It's available now at www.sonycreativesoftware.com for immediate download. There are some important changes afoot and in this review we're going to take a look at what's new, what's changed, what's missing, and whether or not you should upgrade from your current version.
Feature - Posted 17 Oct 2011 By
Jan Ozer | I think that Final Cut Pro X will be a very successful program for Apple, but primarily as iMovie Pro, not the next version of Final Cut Pro. I don't argue with Apple's economic motivation for eschewing the pro market; it's the best way to maximize Apple's development resources. But I take serious issue with the notion that the Final Cut Pro X launch has been anything close to successful, at least for professional users. If anything, it's a downloadable New Coke.
Feature - Posted 27 Sep 2011 By
Works like a GPS for your computer applications, directing users to thousands of shortcuts for dozens of applications, allowing them to navigate through a complex world of applications with the click of a button
Breaking News - Posted 26 Sep 2011
Boasts Bella's patented built-in jog/shuttle controller that in combination with Bella's software driver can provide a unique on-screen display for shuttle position
Breaking News - Posted 12 Sep 2011
Mac OS X 10.7 also available for Matrox MXO monitoring/output device and the Matrox CompressHD H.264 accelerator card
Breaking News - Posted 29 Jul 2011
Philip Hinkle | The second tutorial in our ongoing series on Grass Valley EDIUS is on a new feature in EDIUS 6.0 called Proxy Mode editing. Proxy Mode allows you to edit with low-resolution proxy files, which make field editing is easier because they conserve your system resources, allowing you to work as efficiently with a laptop or other lower-powered computer as on the tower systems in your studio. It should speed up your workflow and allow you to edit in more places than you ever thought possible.
Feature - Posted 06 Jul 2011 By
Anthony Burokas | We all know about the value of backing up, and any external hard drive can do that just fine. But for mobile professionals, an external drive can offer more functionality, and capability than you might at first expect. The G-Technology G-DRIVE Slim is well-positioned for mobile production. Does it deliver?
Feature - Posted 05 Jul 2011 By
Sticker Sets and Keyboard Skins also on sale
Breaking News - Posted 05 Jul 2011
Highlights of the new releases include support for Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium, capture support for Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder, and presets for new H.264 encoding parameters in Adobe Media Encoder
Breaking News - Posted 27 Jun 2011
David McKnight | After months of speculation about what would be in the latest full-step upgrade to Sony Creative Software's popular pro NLE, the new version has brought users new features and increased performance—without sacrificing stability. In this overview we'll cover many of these new features in Vegas Pro 10 that will benefit event videographers and filmmakers. Also, bookmark this page: we'll be adding new Vegas Pro 10 video tutorials every month through the first half of 2011.
Feature - Posted 27 Jun 2011 By
Philip Hinkle | In this first of a series of video/print tutorials, EDIUS instructor and leading event filmmaker Philip Hinkle explores the new Mask Filter in Grass Valley EDIUS 6.
Feature - Posted 22 Jun 2011 By
EDIUS 6.03 update available free of charge to registered EDIUS 6 users
Breaking News - Posted 22 Jun 2011
EventDV-TV - Posted 22 Jun 2011 By
New tutorials to focus on editing efficiency and creativity, feature award-winning filmmaker and EDIUS trainer Philip Hinkle
Breaking News - Posted 21 Jun 2011
Liz Merfeld | Greg Mulvey is the Lead Editor and Motion Graphics Designer for Second City Communications, the business solutions division of Chicago's world-famous improv comedy theater, The Second City. (Alumni include Tina Fey, Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, John Belushi, and Bill Murray to name a few.)
Feature - Posted 10 Jun 2011 By
Marc Franklin | The best products of NAB 2011 for event videographers/filmmakers in two categories: production and postproduction.
Features - Posted 10 Jun 2011 By
New OS to feature 250+ new features and 3000 new developer APIs
Breaking News - Posted 06 Jun 2011
Topics include OpenCL, 64-bit RAM utilization, and Grand Central Dispatch
Breaking News - Posted 16 May 2011
Adapters avail new MacBook Pro users of 3-display support
Breaking News - Posted 04 May 2011
EventDV, The Authority for Event Videographers, has done its sixth annual evaluation of the best and most relevant NAB releases for the event video market. Chosen each year by contributing editor and leading L.A.-area videographer and filmmaker Marc Franklin, the awards recognize products in two categories: production gear (including cameras, camera support, lighting, and so on), and postproduction solutions (including NLEs, plug-ins, and the like).
Breaking News - Posted 04 May 2011
Pricing starts at $1,199
Breaking News - Posted 03 May 2011
Shawn Lam | What happens when you deliver your event live? This is nothing new for live TV broadcasters, but more and more event video producers are being asked to perform their postproduction activities in real-time—that is, live as the event is occurring.
Feature - Posted 01 May 2011 By
Shawn Lam | Adobe CS5.5 Production Premium, launched today at NAB, delivers improvements in speed, postproduction fixes, and real-time creative effects. Not only will the speed improve turnaround times, it will also provide editors with the luxury of experimenting, which is an important part of the creative process.
Feature - Posted 11 Apr 2011 By
Free app allows quick creation of H.264 video files for smart phones, iPad, the web, and Blu-ray
Breaking News - Posted 25 Mar 2011
Jan Ozer | Which gets us to the question, how powerful a notebook do you need to produce multiple streams, or even a single high-quality stream? The answer depends upon a number of factors, including the software program you're using to produce the event.
Feature - Posted 21 Mar 2011 By
All New Design is Thinner, Lighter & Faster with FaceTime, Smart Covers & 10 Hour Battery
Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2011
Update Includes Faster Safari Performance, iTunes Home Sharing, AirPlay Improvements & New Personal Hotspot
Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2011
New OS features Mission Control, an innovative new view of everything running on your Mac; Launchpad, a new home for all your Mac apps; full screen apps that use the entire Mac display; and new Multi-Touch™ gestures. Lion also includes the Mac App Store?, the best place to discover, install and automatically update Mac apps
Breaking News - Posted 27 Feb 2011
New Line of Professional Mobile Graphics Solutions Built on NVIDIA Fermi Architecture and Optimus Technology
Breaking News - Posted 22 Feb 2011
A complete solution for inexpensive HD capture, monitoring, and output plus lightning fast H.264 encoding
Breaking News - Posted 21 Feb 2011
The RackMac mini manages airflow and provides a front-panel power switch and USB port for each Mac mini
Breaking News - Posted 10 Feb 2011
New DisplayPort SKUs provide improved out-of-the-box plug and play experience plus expanded resolution support for Mac notebooks and desktops
Breaking News - Posted 10 Dec 2010
Jan Ozer | So there I was, testing the single CPU, six-core HP Z400, trying to figure out the cost/benefits of the system versus the dual-CPU, 12-core HP Z800. When I started testing Adobe Production Premium CS5, the Z400 proved faster in every test. While I love these man-bites-dog stories, you don't run them without lots of testing, and ultimately, the situation got sorted out. In the process, I learned something about CS5 that might save you some rendering time down the road, which I'll share herein. I'll also quickly detail when it makes sense to consider a dual-CPU system for CS5, and when a single CPU will do just as well.
Feature - Posted 06 Dec 2010 By
Matrox Video Products Group today announced the immediate availability of release 2.1 software for the Matrox MXO2 family of I/O devices for Mac. Key features of this release include Adobe Creative Suite 5 Production Premium support and a powerful new stand-alone software application, Matrox Vetura Captur
Breaking News - Posted 01 Dec 2010
CineForm Collaboration with AJA Simplifies Direct Ingest and Output of Stereo 3D Files; Neo3D Support for Kona 3G Eliminates Need for Separate Stereo Multiplexing
Breaking News - Posted 15 Nov 2010
Provides training for the MXO2 Family with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
Breaking News - Posted 02 Nov 2010
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Does 3D have a place in wedding filmmaking's future, or is that notion just the stuff of science fiction? We spoke with one of 3D's earliest adopters in the wedding world, Abraham Joffe of Sydney, Australia. A few months back, Joffe produced and delivered a 3D wedding film—Australia's first, but already not its last—and lived to tell the tale.
Feature - Posted 29 Oct 2010 By
Designed for rapid, remote deployment via disk imaging. Discounted pricing of $70 per seat is sold in units of 10
Breaking News - Posted 28 Oct 2010
Offering up to $1,500 or more in workstation discounts to Safe Harbor Tsunami and Mac Pro owners
Breaking News - Posted 25 Oct 2010
Shawn Lam | As with all full-step NLE upgrades, Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 promised myriad new features and workflow enhancements, but the most promising by far is its new 64-bit architecture, the inclusion of the Mercury Playback Engine and GPU acceleration, all of which purported to meet the HD editor's need for speed. Se we set out to see if, and by how much, CS5 was faster than CS4. Here's what we discovered.
Feature - Posted 01 Oct 2010 By
PNY and Partners demonstrating new CUDA-enabled, Multi-GPU solutions at GTC
Breaking News - Posted 21 Sep 2010
Key features of this new release include professional audio and video input and output with 10-bit hardware up/down/cross conversion and HDMI video monitoring with the unique Matrox calibration controls including blue-only
Breaking News - Posted 06 Aug 2010
Introduces New Multi-Touch Magic Trackpad
Breaking News - Posted 27 Jul 2010
Apple Unveils New Mac Pro With Up to 12 Processing Cores
Breaking News - Posted 27 Jul 2010
New I/O card is the Perfect Complement for Host of OnTheAir Suite Solutions
Breaking News - Posted 19 Jul 2010
Intel HD Graphics and Intel 4 Series Express Chipset Graphics Media Accelerator drivers now optimized for Matrox DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go Digital and DisplayPort Editions
Breaking News - Posted 15 Jul 2010
Available With PCI Express or ExpressCard Interface, the Host Controllers Easily Add Two USB 3.0 Ports to Any Compatible Windows Computer
Breaking News - Posted 14 Jul 2010
Most Complete Platforms for Adobe Creative Suite 5 Production Premium Now Shipping
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jul 2010
Anthony Burokas | Sonnet has crafted a beautiful solution for rapid footage offload that gives your laptop far more connectivity, power, and capability than ever before. The system is solid, and in pure professional parlance, it does what it says it can do. The Qio is, without a doubt in my mind, the most useful professional video production accessory for a laptop-enabled tapeless live production workflow that you can get.
Feature - Posted 06 Jul 2010 By
Expanded Support for Tapeless Digital Formats, New Support for Adobe After Effects CS5
Breaking News - Posted 18 Jun 2010
Starting at $699, Mac mini is the most affordable way to enjoy Mac OS X, iLife, or Mac OS X Snow Leopard® Server
Breaking News - Posted 15 Jun 2010
A New Choice for HD Monitoring at $449
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jun 2010
Learn how Safe Harbor's custom Tsunami workstations and Mac Pro workstations can increase productivity
Breaking News - Posted 13 May 2010
The awards recognize the top new products for event videographers and filmmakers introduced at NAB in four categories: cameras, production gear, and postproduction solutions
Feature - Posted 03 May 2010
Custom configured workstations take full advantage of Adobe Mercury Playback Engine
Breaking News - Posted 16 Apr 2010
New launch date: end-of-May
Breaking News - Posted 14 Apr 2010
Roving reporter Shawn Lam reports from NAB in Las Vegas in this three-part EventDV-TV series
Feature - Posted 14 Apr 2010 By
Jan Ozer | Video technology and postproduction expert Jan Ozer examines Adobe's new CS5 integrated suite from a variety of angles, including new features and interfaces, a run-down of theadvantages of the new Mercury engine, performance comparisons between CS4 and CS5, and configuration suggestions for video pros working with the new suite.
Feature - Posted 12 Apr 2010 By
Jan Ozer | There have definitely been times in the past where buying systems with multiple cores has involved betting on some future benefit rather than reaping an immediate reward. With the Z800, you can bet on the now since the 12-core system paid immediate dividends in nine out of 10 tests, with six of those tests showing performance improvements of 43% or higher.
Feature - Posted 05 Apr 2010 By
Intel i7 980X and NVIDIA Quadro powered workstations optimize application performance for superior digital content creation
Amen Corner - Posted 17 Mar 2010
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | A look inside Gebbs Wedding Films' all-SDE business model and all-DSLR shooting M.O.
Feature - Posted 06 Mar 2010 By
Adobe has redesigned their entire video rendering and playback engine to harness the NVIDIA CUDA parallel processing architecture of Quadro graphics processing units (GPUs)
Breaking News - Posted 11 Feb 2010
Jan Ozer | Apple's recent iPad announcement had a strong impact on three groups: broadcasters, technology enthusiasts, and just about anyone concerned with the survival of the newspaper industry. Since discussions in these areas provide a great view of the iPad's strengths and weaknesses, I thought that I would detail them here.
Feature - Posted 08 Feb 2010 By
Sharing tips and tricks to improve all aspects of attendees' video production workflow - from shooting, through editing, to final delivery in today's most popular formats
Breaking News - Posted 31 Jan 2010
Ben Balser | This month I'll describe the round-trip procedures for moving active project files among the various applications in Final Cut Studio 3.
Tutorials - Posted 30 Jan 2010 By
Ben Balser | This month I'll describe the round-trip procedures for moving active project files among the various applications in Final Cut Studio 3.
Feature - Posted 30 Jan 2010 By
Jan Ozer | What you need to know (or at least what Adobe will tell you now) about the new Mercury Playback Engine in Adobe Production Premium "CSNext"
Feature - Posted 07 Dec 2009 By
New software and drivers now available for award-winning jog/shuttle keyboards
Breaking News - Posted 03 Dec 2009
These devices provide all the features of an I/O card and a sturdy breakout box with the added advantage of portability
Breaking News - Posted 25 Nov 2009
Also available with Matrox MAX technology for lightning fast H.264 HD encoding
Breaking News - Posted 18 Nov 2009
Jan Ozer | I bought my first Linux computer last month, a tiny ASUS "netbook" that cost about $200. I had multiple reasons for the purchase, the most important of which was to understand the current state of the Linux software market. Prompting this interest were a number of factors: Google's announcement of its Chrome operating system, my avid dislike of Windows Vista, and Apple's reluctance to offer a notebook that costs under $999.
The Moving Picture - Posted 12 Nov 2009 - November 2008 Issue By
Video professionals using Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Eyeon Fusion 6 and Photoshop will immediately notice a more fluid and intuitive response, with Windows 7's newly enhanced stability and advanced memory management
Breaking News - Posted 08 Nov 2009
Portable, Professional I/O for the Mac with Matrox MAX Technology for Faster Than Realtime H.264 Encoding
Breaking News - Posted 26 Oct 2009
Award-winning instructor Dan Gookin delivers essential guide to highly anticipated Microsoft release
Breaking News - Posted 23 Oct 2009
Inheriting technology and design features from the MacBook Pro line, the new MacBook is an ideal consumer notebook for students and new Mac® users, and is available for $999
Breaking News - Posted 20 Oct 2009
Features LED-Backlit Displays, Available Quad-Core Processors & the New Wireless Magic Mouse
Breaking News - Posted 20 Oct 2009
New Media 100 Suite Version 1.1 Now Available
Breaking News - Posted 15 Oct 2009
Ben Balser | Final Cut Studio 2009, the long-anticipated new release of Apple's eminent postproduction suite, delivers no major overhaul of anything, just a few little touches applied to most of the applications that can save you a ton of time during your postproduction process. Although none of the new features, taken by themselves, represent anything mind-blowing, together they make for a faster, easier workflow that will save you a lot of time.
Feature - Posted 06 Oct 2009 By
Ben Balser | Final Cut Studio 2009, the long-anticipated new release of Apple's eminent postproduction suite, delivers no major overhaul of anything, just a few little touches applied to most of the applications that can save you a ton of time during your postproduction process. Although none of the new features, taken by themselves, represent anything mind-blowing, together they make for a faster, easier workflow that will save you a lot of time.
Features - Posted 06 Oct 2009 - October 2009 Issue By
Speakers include Larry Jordan, Ben Balser, Bruce Nazarian, Alexis Van Hurkman
Breaking News - Posted 05 Oct 2009
Marc Franklin | Why can the HP z800 accomplish feats beyond the ken of the most powerful systems previously available? And what's so drastically different about it that, after 8 years, HP had to come up with a whole new numbering series to signal a break from the past? The z800 is part of the new "z" workstation line, which is the first workstation line on the market powered by Intel's long-anticipated Xeon Nehalem processor.
In the Studio - Posted 01 Oct 2009 - October 2009 Issue By
Shawn Lam | This is a review of Adobe's Speech to Text feature, which is found in both Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 and Soundbooth CS4. I'm stating this upfront because somewhere along the line in the 4 months since I was commissioned to test and write about this new feature and when and I completed my review, I decided that I would be doing a disservice to my readers by spending the entire article discussing a feature that is just a bit ahead of its time, while ignoring one (Dynamic Link) that has been around for a few versions but is finally fully functional.
In the Studio - Posted 01 Oct 2009 - October 2009 Issue By
Shawn Lam | This is a review of Adobe's Speech to Text feature, which is found in both Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 and Soundbooth CS4. I'm stating this upfront because somewhere along the line in the 4 months since I was commissioned to test and write about this new feature and when and I completed my review, I decided that I would be doing a disservice to my readers by spending the entire article discussing a feature that is just a bit ahead of its time, while ignoring one (Dynamic Link) that has been around for a few versions but is finally fully functional.
Feature - Posted 01 Oct 2009 By
Digital Rebellion releases utility pack to maintain and optimize Final Cut Studio machines
Breaking News - Posted 18 Sep 2009
Drivers now available for Matrox MXO2 family of I/O devices and Matrox CompressHD H.264 encoder card
Breaking News - Posted 10 Sep 2009
The world's greatest color correction systems and film restoration products from DaVinci are now part of Blackmagic Design's family of high quality post production tools
Breaking News - Posted 09 Sep 2009
New software for DeckLink, Intensity and Multibridge models is available for download now!
Breaking News - Posted 31 Aug 2009
Asetek Technology Helps Improve Acoustics on Ultra Quiet Workstations from HP
Breaking News - Posted 11 Aug 2009
Complete Training for Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Training DVD available at a 50 percent discount for select NVIDIA customers
Breaking News - Posted 10 Aug 2009
Now available on the full line of HP workstations - including HP Z Workstations - the NVIDIA CUDA-based Elemental Accelerator 2.0 plug-in software for NVIDIA Quadro GPUs delivers further performance benefits when working with Adobe Premiere Pro CS4
Breaking News - Posted 07 Aug 2009
New AJA KONA version 6.5 software supports new Apple ProRes formats
Breaking News - Posted 01 Aug 2009
Jan Ozer | By now you've heard that there's a new version of Final Cut Studio shipping from Apple. What's new? Well, it starts with a new price of $999, $300 less than Final Cut Studio 2. You can upgrade to the new suite from any previous version, even Final Cut Pro 1.0, for $299. All suite components were upgraded (to varying degrees) except for DVD Studio Pro—which, as you may recall, wasn't upgraded in the previous suite either. Fear not, however (are you sitting down?): The suite upgrade does enable a modest level of Blu-ray Disc authoring. Read on for more details.
Feature - Posted 23 Jul 2009
New Versions of Final Cut Pro, Motion, Soundtrack Pro, Color and Compressor
Breaking News - Posted 23 Jul 2009
Thursday July 9th, 2009 - 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jul 2009
Tempo SATA Pro, now $199.95, supports 4 GB and 8 GB of RAM in MacBook Pro computers
Breaking News - Posted 03 Jul 2009
Matrox MXO2 Product Line Now Available with Matrox MAX Technology for Faster Than Realtime High Definition H.264 File Creation
Breaking News - Posted 15 Jun 2009
David McKnight | The latest and greatest in Vegas Pro 9 for videographers
Feature - Posted 11 Jun 2009 By
David McKnight | The latest and greatest in Vegas Pro 9 for videographers
Features - Posted 11 Jun 2009 By
Marc Franklin | The hottest new announcements and releases of NAB 2009 for the videography world
Features - Posted 05 Jun 2009 - June 2009 Issue By
Award-winning product offers faster than realtime high definition H.264 file creation for mobile devices, the web, and Blu-ray discs at a breakthrough price
Breaking News - Posted 28 May 2009
The wireless HD Mouse delivers the ultimate multimedia experience, providing exciting capabilities not found in any other mouse
Breaking News - Posted 22 May 2009
Affordable High Definition HDMI and Analog I/O Device for Mac and PC Available Worldwide
Breaking News - Posted 21 May 2009
A team of Apple executives, led by Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing, will deliver the keynote.
Breaking News - Posted 13 May 2009
Fourth annual "Best of NAB" list selected by contributing editor Marc Franklin recognizes new cameras, production gear, and postproduction solutions
Breaking News - Posted 04 May 2009
Provides a host of updated compatibility that advances Adobe's leadership in enabling open, flexible post-production workflows
Breaking News - Posted 29 Apr 2009
Next-Generation Media 100 Software with Multicam Editing and Matrox MXO2 Support
Breaking News - Posted 15 Apr 2009
EventDV-TV - Posted 06 Apr 2009 By
New "Z" line delivers design and performance breakthroughs
Breaking News - Posted 30 Mar 2009
Highlights include scaling on capture, ProRes 422 720p capture on a MacBook Pro, and compatibility with Apple Xserve systems
Breaking News - Posted 26 Mar 2009
2RU-sized Matrox MXO2 Rack is designed for broadcast news operations, OB vans, and other environments where equipment must be rackmounted
Breaking News - Posted 25 Mar 2009
Features - Posted 16 Mar 2009
Customers benefit from simplified ingest process and full offline to online Advanced RED Conform Workflow
Breaking News - Posted 05 Mar 2009
Hit Documentary Series Produced with Media 100 Suite and Media 100 Producer
Breaking News - Posted 24 Feb 2009
Thousands will gather at industry's most popular symposium on April 21, 2009
Breaking News - Posted 23 Feb 2009
The 2RU-sized Matrox MXO2 Rack is designed for broadcast news operations, OB vans, and other environments where equipment must be rackmounted
Breaking News - Posted 16 Feb 2009
The bundles include either the RT.X2 or RT.X2 LE realtime editing card with a professional breakout box, Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, Adobe Encore CS4, and Adobe OnLocation CS4
Breaking News - Posted 03 Feb 2009
The addition of the Quadro CX will deliver unmatched performance with Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, including the ability to encode H.264 videos up to 4 times faster
Breaking News - Posted 20 Jan 2009
Jan Ozer | Adobe Creative Suite 4 (CS4) Production Premium allows you to send Premiere Pro sequences to both the Adobe Media Encoder (AME) and Adobe Encore for rendering or authoring while continuing to edit in Premiere Pro. The bad news is this significantly increases CS4's memory requirements, and on a 32-bit operating system, this can mean longer rendering times, instability, or both. If you want CS4's features without the performance penalty, you should consider running CS4 on a 64-bit system.
The Moving Picture - Posted 12 Jan 2009 - February 2009 Issue By
DeckLink SDI is designed for high-end broadcast and post production customers who are working in large SDI based facilities needing many creative workstation seats at the lowest possible cost
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jan 2009
Ed Wardyga | Recycle, reuse, conserve, plan, condense, and coordinate. These words are your "green" list.
The Gadget Bag - Posted 31 Dec 2008 - January 2009 Issue By
Software Features Enhanced Desktop Management Control Across Multiple Displays
Breaking News - Posted 28 Dec 2008
Matrox 4.0 release will make use of the expanded memory and storage management support in the Windows Vista 64-bit operating system to facilitate seamless creative workflow and efficient editing of long-form and multi-format HD projects
Breaking News - Posted 17 Dec 2008
Anyone's Game - Winners Based on Public Vote
Breaking News - Posted 09 Dec 2008
December 2008 EventDV Table of Contents
We consulted our crack team of contributing editors and columnists on what they saw as the game-changing products and trends in the event video industry in 2008. The envelope please...
Features - Posted 01 Dec 2008 - December 2008 Issue By , , , , , , ,
Marc Franklin | In November 2007 we looked at some practical options for video editors making the switch from the DV to HDV workflow on the Windows XP/PC platform. This time around we'll address some of the same issues on the Mac side.
Features - Posted 01 Dec 2008 - December 2008 Issue By
Ultimate graphics solution coupled with 64-bit optimization provides astounding performance enhancements to Adobe Creative Suite 4
Breaking News - Posted 24 Nov 2008
Integration with Apple Final Cut Studio via XML Interchange, Expanded Audio Output Options
Breaking News - Posted 14 Nov 2008
Maximizes Productivity and Price Performance with First Integrated Motherboard GPU and Low Profile Professional Graphic Solutions for CAD and DCC Applications
Breaking News - Posted 06 Nov 2008
November 2008 EventDV Table of Contents
Ed Wardyga | Years ago, I set up a wireless system for my laptop. This worked great at the time, but now that the speeds of everything else have increased, I realized recently that the time had come to upgrade the wireless system.
The Gadget Bag - Posted 01 Nov 2008 - November 2008 Issue By
New SuperDrive Models Read/Write DVDs & CDs Faster -- Up to 20X Speed for DVDs, 48X for CDs -- Priced Starting at $29.99 for Internal, $71.99 for External FireWire + USB 2.0 Solutions; Models Offering Blu-ray Support Now Available from $149.99
Breaking News - Posted 30 Oct 2008
Using a MacPro coupled with two DeckLink cards and two applications of Softron MovieRecorder significantly enhances any facility's ingest capabilities
Breaking News - Posted 20 Oct 2008
October 2008 EventDV
Features - Posted 01 Oct 2008
Tim Siglin | Sometimes things just don't go as planned. As we get ready for the holidays, including church pageants and celebrations that have to be recorded, broadcast, or streamed, it's worth taking a moment to think about contingency plans. Should you roll tapes in the cameras as well as at the master recorder? Is it time to buy a disk-based recording device to act as a backup to the master recorder? These issues were brought home a few weeks ago when a client emailed in a panic.
Amen Corner - Posted 01 Oct 2008 - October 2008 Issue By
Integration with Apple Final Cut Studio via XML Interchange, Expanded Audio Output Options
Breaking News - Posted 09 Sep 2008
Jan Ozer | According to many pundits, Bill Gates's mention of a forthcoming new version of Windows is the death knell of Windows Vista, and for many users—myself included—it's not a moment too soon.
The Moving Picture - Posted 08 Sep 2008 - October 2008 Issue
Designed as space-savers, these new models are ideal for everything from everyday computing to editing high-definition video content
Breaking News - Posted 03 Sep 2008
Jeff Pulera provides over 90 minutes of unique instruction on the steps, tips, and tricks necessary to maximize an HDV-to-Blu-ray workflow in the RT.X2
Breaking News - Posted 04 Aug 2008
Features Sony XDCAM Import and HDV Acquire for MacBook Pro laptops and all G5 desktop systems
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jul 2008
Additional features include realtime capture of SD material directly to .m2v files via analog and 1394 input for immediate DVD authoring with Adobe Encore
Breaking News - Posted 04 Jul 2008
In addition, new upgrade kits for their Avid Xpress series keyboards have also been announced
Breaking News - Posted 19 Jun 2008
Includes out-of-the-box support for Microsoft Exchange 2007 and is scheduled to ship in about a year
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jun 2008
Quality, value and performance of products lauded by customers; Company also unveils new support pricing
Breaking News - Posted 09 Jun 2008
Features Newest, Fastest, & Quietest Superdrive Technology With 20X Burn Speeds for DVDs & 48X Speeds for CDs!
Breaking News - Posted 22 May 2008
Now with Faster Processors & Faster Graphics Option
Breaking News - Posted 28 Apr 2008
$1,095 Matrox RT.X2 LE is a 3/4-length PCIe card with a professional breakout box. It is designed to work with Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 or Adobe Creative Suite 3 Production Premium
Breaking News - Posted 14 Apr 2008
Speakers include David Robin, Dave Williams, Steve Fowler, Chris Chibucos, and Keith Anderson
Breaking News - Posted 11 Apr 2008
Automatically catalogs large collections of assets, allows searching across multiple disks and SAN volumes and enables viewing, annotation and approval of content from anywhere using a PC or Mac
Breaking News - Posted 08 Apr 2008
Free seminar will feature demonstrations of the Matrox RT.X2 realtime editing platform and the Rimage 5100N professional disc publishing system
Breaking News - Posted 04 Apr 2008
Jan Ozer | Most computers moved to internal Serial ATA (SATA) drives a few years ago. With a theoretical transfer rate of about 3.0GB per second, SATA is more than sufficient for DV and HDV editing, and external SATA (eSATA) extends this speed to external drives.
Feature - Posted 20 Mar 2008 By
MOTU V3HD Now Supports Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 for Windows
Breaking News - Posted 18 Mar 2008
First phase of multi-tiered campaign includes simplification of product line, new software pricing, updated support services and new online community resources
Breaking News - Posted 17 Mar 2008
Provides a complete post-production solution that lets users get the best from Adobe CS3 Production Premium
Breaking News - Posted 05 Mar 2008
Upgrade to 4.0GB for Less than 1/4 Cost of the Apple Factory Option
Breaking News - Posted 27 Feb 2008
New Quadro FX 3600M Graphics Bring Advanced Visualization to Professionals on the Go with Improved Graphics, CUDA Technology, and GPU Computing
Breaking News - Posted 21 Feb 2008
Road Show Highlights Io HD Benefits to Apple Pro Res 422 Workflow
Breaking News - Posted 20 Feb 2008
Matrox MXO release 2.1.1 is now available as a free download from the Matrox website to all registered users
Breaking News - Posted 14 Feb 2008
Delivers Best-In-Class Editing Workflow For All Tapeless Formats, including Infinity, XDCAM EX, and P2
Breaking News - Posted 13 Feb 2008
No official Apple booth on the Expo floor at NAB 2008
Breaking News - Posted 07 Feb 2008
Lee Rickwood | While pro wedding and event videographers often regard a reception hall, house of worship, or school sports complex as the most common place to work, we spend a lot of time in the edit suite—many of us spend more time there than behind the camera. This month we'll look at new products and supports for productive editing, starting with the keyboard.
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Free, two-hour training session will teach film editors about exciting new high-quality hardware from Blackmagic Design and feature-rich editing software from Adobe
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jan 2008
Io HD and KONA Video Capture Cards Allow Users to Maximize Powerful New System Architecture
Breaking News - Posted 09 Jan 2008
Fastest Mac Ever--Eight Processor Cores Standard
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jan 2008
Matrox MXO release 2.1 now available as a free download from the Matrox website to all registered users
Breaking News - Posted 21 Dec 2007
Jan Ozer | I just performed a round of benchmark testing with Adobe Production Premium and Sony Vegas on a range of systems, from two to eight cores. Here's what I learned.
Feature - Posted 14 Dec 2007
Software upgrade is now available at www.tmpg-inc.com and is free for current TMPGEnc DVD Author 3 users
Breaking News - Posted 29 Nov 2007
Tim Siglin | A growing number of churches are looking for ways to capture audio and video, and then project that content onto large screens. For those seeking to combine all those elements into a recording for archiving or streaming, this column will describe rich media recording (which may also include text and graphics) and how to integrate it into your worship program.
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Ed Wardyga | A big deal for anyone who travels with a laptop: You have a one in ten chance of having your laptop stolen, and according to the FBI, 97% are never recovered. Here are some ways to protect your investment.
Feature - Posted 29 Nov 2007 By
Marc Franklin | Given the unprecedented demans that HDV's native interframe compression places on systems that can usually handle DV in their sleep, how powerful a system do you need to make HDV postproduction as smooth as DV editing is today? We tested three strategies using Premiere Pro CS3: editing native on a new DuoCore PC; editing native with the help of Matrox' RT.X2; and working with a Cineform intermediate codec.
Feature - Posted 08 Nov 2007 By
Packed with more than 300 new features and introduces a brand new desktop with Stacks, a new way to easily access files from the Dock; a redesigned Finder that lets users quickly browse and share files between multiple Macs; Quick Look, a new way to instantly see files without opening an application; and more
Breaking News - Posted 17 Oct 2007
Jan Ozer | We all have high-profile products we use every day that help us keep the revenues flowing. Maybe it's Final Cut Pro or Premiere Pro, Adobe Photoshop or Ulead PhotoImpact, or Microsoft Word, or . . . well, Microsoft Word. Beyond these, however, are other, less-heralded products that one day you learn you simply can't live without.
Feature - Posted 28 Sep 2007 By
First ever laptop to support RAID level 5 protection with up to 600GB of high performance internal storage fully protecting programs and data
Breaking News - Posted 25 Sep 2007
Provides support for Adobe Creative Suite 3 Production Premium and Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 software as well as support for additional HD and SD cameras and editing resolutions including the Panasonic P2 MXF 720p format
Breaking News - Posted 27 Jul 2007
Breakthrough technology includes live, multi-channel virtual sets with unprecedented realism for broadcast and web stream producers
Breaking News - Posted 26 Jul 2007
Jan Ozer | When you're buying a computer (or building your own), if your computer vendor doesn't provide restore discs, consider buying Symantec Ghost, which can get you to the same place. Specifically, Ghost is a program that builds an image of your system drive, which you can store on another drive or on an optical disc.
Feature - Posted 19 Jul 2007
Laura Randall | The Matrox DualHead2Go is an excellent value for videographers who use laptops for editing and need to expand their monitor real estate. I was very pleased with my little "magic black box" and look forward to continuing to use it for my mobile productions.
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Company Also Plans to Release First U.S. Notebook with Writable HD DVD Drive in Third Quarter
Breaking News - Posted 19 Jun 2007
Latest Intel Core 2 Duo Processors, Memory Up to 4GB and Higher Performance Graphics Across the Line
Breaking News - Posted 05 Jun 2007
Jan Ozer | If you’re a Windows user, Vista is as inevitable as death and taxes. Maybe Vista will grow on me as I work with it on the new workstations that I review, but for now, I’ll be putting it off as ardently as the other two.
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External multi-display upgrade device allows you to connect two digital monitors to your notebook or desktop for an impressive, productivity enhancing, dual-monitor set-up
Breaking News - Posted 23 May 2007
Faster Intel Core 2 Duo Processors, 1GB of Memory and Larger Hard Drives Across the Line
Breaking News - Posted 15 May 2007
Event will feature product demonstrations from some of the most respected presenters in the industry. GraVT Expo is for everyone, weather you are producing home movies, wedding videos, corporate, or broadcast video, SD or HD you will see a product that works for you.
Breaking News - Posted 04 May 2007
Combines the high quality of HDMI capture and playback with the wide compatibility of analog component, NTSC, PAL, and S-Video and analog audio capture and playback
Breaking News - Posted 17 Apr 2007
Company delivers low-cost SDI I/O for videographers; Introduces software enhancements to entire Avid Liquid family
Breaking News - Posted 16 Apr 2007
Expands Its High-Performance, High-Value Line With Six New Widescreen Models
Breaking News - Posted 04 Apr 2007
Café expects to draw over 1000 attendees to see some of the latest hardware and software developments in the video industry
Breaking News - Posted 02 Apr 2007
Company also unveils revolutionary phonetic speech recognition capability and the industry's most efficient HD codec for offline editing
Breaking News - Posted 30 Mar 2007
Matrox RT.X2 3.0 release will provide support for Windows Vista, additional HD and SD cameras and editing resolutions including the Panasonic P2 MXF 720p format, plus new realtime effect
Breaking News - Posted 27 Mar 2007
Key features include multi-layer editing of video, graphics, and effects
Breaking News - Posted 05 Mar 2007
Timothy D. Kennelly | The Renommee Plus ($3,999) is MacroSystem's newest and most powerful standalone NLE. The 3.8GHz system never shares any of its processing power or resources while editing, which makes it one of the most efficient SD/HDV editors currently available, and a unique and viable alternative to many PC- and Mac-based choices.
Feature - Posted 01 Mar 2007
World’s First Post Production Grade HDMI and Analog Component Capture Card
Breaking News - Posted 11 Jan 2007
Valuable Utility Eliminates Need for Windows License, Giving Students, Employees, IT Professionals and Home Users Broad New Options for Work, School and Play
Breaking News - Posted 09 Jan 2007
External multi-display upgrade for notebook and desktop computers
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jan 2007
Realtime native HDV 720p (JVC ProHD) editing now supported
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jan 2007
Todd Gillespie | With a unique and comprehensive feature set unparalleled in the video marketplace—including NLE-specific icon-coded keys, the nimblest jog/shuttle control available, and easily accessed international symbols—the Bella Pro Series Keyboard 3.0 will reward your investment with time savings and editing efficiency.
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Adobe's Complete Video Post-Production Suite Goes Cross-Platform
Breaking News - Posted 04 Jan 2007
Jan Ozer | While workstations aren't as fun as new HDV camcorders, it's atill a blast to fire them up and see what they've got. Here's how some of the new workstations and multicore processors stack up.
Feature - Posted 03 Jan 2007 By
Lee Rickwood | Odds and ends, odds and ends; lost time is not found again.
Features - Posted 03 Jan 2007 By
The world's most popular HD/SDI to DVI & HDMI monitoring converter is now even more affordable
Breaking News - Posted 28 Dec 2006
World’s First High Definition HDMI Editing Card
Breaking News - Posted 19 Dec 2006
Tapeless workflow support and other new features added to realtime HD and SD editing platforms
Breaking News - Posted 06 Dec 2006
The most powerful and easy-to-use stand-alone platform releases a portable HDV editor
Breaking News - Posted 05 Dec 2006
Revolutionary devices will provide never-before-seen multi-monitor configurations for the Mac platform
Breaking News - Posted 29 Nov 2006
Powerful 64-Bit Workstation Specifically Engineered to Power Film Post-Production
Breaking News - Posted 14 Nov 2006
Jog/shuttle controller allows users to edit faster and more efficiently, offering precise control over their audio and video clips
Breaking News - Posted 14 Nov 2006
Newest versions of Pro Import FCP and Pro Export FCP, now compatible with new Intel-based Mac and MacBook platforms from Apple Computer
Breaking News - Posted 08 Nov 2006
Anthony Burokas | A full-fledged PC designed to make DVD recording as simple and straightforward as set-top DVD decks, but with greater flexibility, DVD Shop is a very powerful tool if you intend to use it to its full ability. However, if you don't need the advanced features DVD Shop provides, there are software-only packages that can handle each aspect of what DVD Shop does and are not tied to a piece of hardware.
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Promises up to 39% speed increase in some applications
Breaking News - Posted 24 Oct 2006
New mobile editing solutions include support for FireWire I/O and Panasonic P2 formats; scalable editing environment provides cross compatibility with Media 100 HD Suite, HDe and SDe
Breaking News - Posted 10 Oct 2006
Latest addition to its Media Commander MC-20PRO jog/shuttle controller product line adds support for Apple’s Final Cut Studio and Final Cut Express
Breaking News - Posted 22 Sep 2006
Customized dual link I/O hardware a key feature for high-resolution Avid finishing system
Breaking News - Posted 15 Sep 2006
HDV 720p (JVC ProHD) Support now available
Breaking News - Posted 06 Sep 2006
Realtime Native HDV 720p (JVC ProHD) Editing now available
Breaking News - Posted 06 Sep 2006
Portable Broadcast-Quality Audio/Video Output Adapter Streamlines Mac-based Video Production Workflows
Breaking News - Posted 06 Sep 2006
Roxio Digital Media Software Brings Blu-ray Disc Recording to the PC Market
Breaking News - Posted 17 Aug 2006
Cost-effective RoHS-Compliant Solutions for Higher Performance from Apple Mac Pro
Breaking News - Posted 17 Aug 2006
New "BizView" Line Offers Cost-Effective Solutions Supporting Multiple Digital LCD Monitors for Home Office, Business, and 2D Workstations Users
Breaking News - Posted 17 Aug 2006
Expects to deliver new versions of its industry-standard Avid Xpress Pro and Media Composer systems for all Intel-based Macs by December
Breaking News - Posted 17 Aug 2006
New Mac Pro completes Apple’s Intel transition
Breaking News - Posted 11 Aug 2006
AJA Io for Intel-Based Mac Pro available now; v. 3 software update for KONA video cards supporting Mac Pro available within three weeks
Breaking News - Posted 11 Aug 2006
Anthony Burokas | The final Intel Mac is released, completing the company's transition to Intel-based computers. Is it a bold step in a new direction or is it something pro users could move to without too much trouble? We'll take a quick early look at the Mac Pro and how it stacks up to the G5 tower it replaces.
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New pro plasmas offer improved image performance, lighter design, and greater flexibility
Breaking News - Posted 03 Aug 2006
New product line delivers record-breaking performance, according to Intel, while consuming less power
Breaking News - Posted 28 Jul 2006
Optimizing the performance of the new family of SD and HD NLE products with industry-leading IT storage solutions
Breaking News - Posted 20 Jul 2006
New version offers 4:4:4 HD-RGB format support for high-resolution workflows
Breaking News - Posted 30 Jun 2006
Company meets demand for HD on the Mac, increased format support, and connectivity for independent professionals
Breaking News - Posted 30 Jun 2006
Tim Siglin | The first-generation MacBook Pro ($2,499 as reviewed) meets expectations for a mobile editing platform. Especially when using the new Final Cut Studio 5.1 Universal edition and working with HDV footage, event videographers will be pleasantly surprised with the MacBook Pro’s performance as a solid desktop replacement.
Feature - Posted 28 Jun 2006 By
Around 400 Avid Unity, Avid Media Composer, Avid Xpress Pro and Apple Final Cut Pro systems now include the award-winning SmartSound Sonicfire Pro 4 software and SmartSound's music library
Breaking News - Posted 13 Jun 2006
This free software update is immediately available from Blackmagic Design’s website
Breaking News - Posted 13 Jun 2006
Robust Blu-ray Disc solution enables high-definition playback, recording, and burning on notebook and desktop PCs
Breaking News - Posted 02 Jun 2006
Matrox RT.X2 professional real-time native HDV and DV editing platform now shipping
Breaking News - Posted 02 Jun 2006
Easy-to-use DVD creation software delivers professional-looking results
Breaking News - Posted 02 Jun 2006
High-performance personal workstation with eight dual-core Intel Xeon processors; engineered to maximize productivity for VFX professionals
Breaking News - Posted 26 May 2006
Contour Design releases drivers to use ShuttlePRO v2 with Final Cut Pro on Intel-driven Mac
Breaking News - Posted 26 May 2006
Merrill Overturf | Switching from dual 17" CRT monitors to Philips 23” LCD monitor (Model 230WP7) pays off
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New laptop features the ability to record high-definition camcorder content to Blu-ray Discs
Breaking News - Posted 18 May 2006
Marc Franklin | Here's a list of 12 products that debuted at NAB 2006 and are poised to make a major impact in our industry over the next year, and a brief explanation of why they made the list.
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Marc Franklin | The Matrox Parhelia APVe a great graphics card for any video or graphic application. Even though Vegas or Avid may not have WYSIWYG out, it will still give you plenty of monitor space. Being able to spread your applications over up to three computer monitors or two computer monitor and one video screen is bound to make you work quicker no matter what your application.
Feature - Posted 24 Apr 2006 By
New GPUs offer robust features and improved performance
Breaking News - Posted 20 Apr 2006
Bundled with Adobe Premiere Pro; designed for corporate communicators, event videographers, project studios, educational facilities, and digital filmmakers
Breaking News - Posted 19 Apr 2006
Eight-Processor Professional Video Workstation for Windows XP
Breaking News - Posted 10 Apr 2006
Public Beta Software Enables Intel-based Macs to Run Windows XP
Breaking News - Posted 05 Apr 2006
Free software update available immediately from Blackmagic Design's Web site
Breaking News - Posted 28 Mar 2006
This free software update is immediately available from Blackmagic Design's Web site
Breaking News - Posted 28 Mar 2006
Stephen F. Nathans | If you’re a Casablanca user and you do any kind of photo montage work, or are planning on adding photo montages or memorial videos to your services, Photo-Studio 2 is exactly what you need.
Feature - Posted 27 Mar 2006 By
New 65-inch, commercial-grade, high-definition LCD monitor to be available in June
Breaking News - Posted 17 Mar 2006
Matrox TripleHead2Go adds Surround Design to existing systems
Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2006
Affordable professional-quality SD video capture and playback for Power Mac G5 PCI-Express line
Breaking News - Posted 27 Feb 2006
26" model delivers reference-quality images and versatility
Breaking News - Posted 17 Feb 2006
The new DeckLink HD Pro PCIe features PCI Express for both Mac OS X and Windows PCs
Breaking News - Posted 17 Feb 2006
Single-Chip dVision Series expands into six models
Breaking News - Posted 27 Jan 2006
Post solution for independent or feature filmmakers and broadcast studios
Breaking News - Posted 27 Jan 2006
Features no-render HD and SD finishing in compressed and uncompressed formats
Breaking News - Posted 20 Jan 2006
Monitor designed specifically with professional applications in mind
Breaking News - Posted 20 Jan 2006
Anthony Burokas | MacWorld Expo 2005 brings the first Intel-based computers from Apple, plus new applications and promises of doubled processing speeds. Anthony Burokas takes a closer look at the Macworld announcements and what they mean to event videographers.
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Anthony Burokas | After a fast and powerful CPU, the next thing any video editor needs is storage. So we brought in a few of the hard drives designed to match the Mac mini to see how they, um, stacked up: the Maxelerate from WiebeTech, the MiniMate from Micronet, the Mini from LaCie, and the MiniStack from NewerTechnology.
Feature - Posted 04 Jan 2006 By
For many of us—early adopters or not—2005 was the Year of HDV. But there was much more to 2005 than HDV. We saw scads of significant products released that had nothing to do with HDV and of course, event and corporate videographers the world over continuing to do dazzling, innovative, and effective everyday work with or without HDV. To provide readers with a highly subjective "Year in Review" report, we asked EventDV's many esteemed and opinionated columnists and contributing editors to reflect on the new products they saw in 2005 and tell us what struck them as the most exciting, and the biggest boon to their own work.
Feature - Posted 01 Dec 2005
12 Columnists and Contributing Editors choose 17 essential products for videographers released in 2005
Breaking News - Posted 30 Nov 2005
DualHead2Go--highly portable, easy-to-use solution that upgrades laptops to dual external displays
Breaking News - Posted 25 Nov 2005
Flexible financing options for BOXX workstations and render nodes programs focused on the financing needs of the digital media community
Breaking News - Posted 25 Nov 2005
Realtime native HDV and DVCPRO HD editing support added to Matrox Axio HD and Matrox Axio SD platforms
Breaking News - Posted 22 Nov 2005
New version significantly enhances acclaimed HD/SD non-linear editing system
Breaking News - Posted 17 Nov 2005
New 17" MJ-12 m5700i and 15.4" MJ-12 m5500i notebooks deliver power, graphics, and portability for the creative professional
Breaking News - Posted 14 Nov 2005
Lee Rickwood | Think about using a router, distribution amplifier, or other switching device when you need to move audio and video around in today's multi-format production environment.
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Adds multiple-monitor support to laptop and desktop PCs previously limited to single-screen output
Breaking News - Posted 11 Nov 2005
Software-only companion to existing NLE offerings
Breaking News - Posted 04 Nov 2005
Uses Dantz Retrospect software
Breaking News - Posted 04 Nov 2005
GeForce Go 7800 GTX and Momentus 7200.1 drives in new notebooks
Breaking News - Posted 04 Nov 2005
All Leitch products to be added to Harris broadcast product portfolio
Breaking News - Posted 26 Oct 2005
Higher-resolution displays and up to one hour more battery life on the 15- and 17-inch models
Breaking News - Posted 21 Oct 2005
17” lightweight monitor improves color reproduction and gradation; AC or DC-powered to work virtually anywhere
Breaking News - Posted 12 Oct 2005
Reduces need for internal fans to lower overall system noise levels
Breaking News - Posted 06 Oct 2005
Flexible connection, wide array of resolution and display options highlight this video processor
Breaking News - Posted 06 Oct 2005
Provides automatic pivot ability, fast 16ms response time, wide viewing angles
Breaking News - Posted 15 Sep 2005
USB 2 device enables central control of networked workstation
Breaking News - Posted 30 Aug 2005
Multi-View provides simultaneous playback and synchronization of pre-recorded digital video media on a Windows 2000/XP-based PC platform
Breaking News - Posted 29 Aug 2005
Version 9.1 of VelocityHD and VelocityQ offers direct real-time playback of DVCPRO50 files from Panasonic's P2 series
Breaking News - Posted 21 Aug 2005
Two in-rack systems available
Breaking News - Posted 15 Aug 2005
Jeff Sauer | To avoid the return of open-system horror stories, several open-system partners led by Adobe have introduced OpenHD Certification, a joint effort to offer pre-tested configurations of HD-capable editing workstations.
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Deliver enhanced graphics performance for mechanical computer-aided design and digital content creation users
Breaking News - Posted 29 Jul 2005
Hard drive and USB 2 hub include power-saving features
Breaking News - Posted 26 Jul 2005
Line of scalable solutions facilitate acquisition, editing, mixing, distribution, and now Digital Asset Management
Breaking News - Posted 26 Jul 2005
Preview versions of new UA-1000 and UA-101 drivers available for new Mac OS
Breaking News - Posted 22 Jul 2005
New systems, available immediately, are built upon the HP xw8200 Workstation platform
Breaking News - Posted 11 Jul 2005
Gallery Platinum features 8ms pixel response time to deliver high-density graphics and video performance
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jul 2005
15” LCD monitor joins Westinghouse lineup
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jul 2005
Long before Alienware shipped out what may be the ultimate gamer-targetted system, the Star Wars line they introduced this spring, the company figured out that the same sort of turbocharging components they were using to attract the gaming market were essential equipment for video producers as well, at least those who were looking to equip their editing bays with all-purpose Windows PCs that matched their needs more expertly than the usual run of assembly-line systems from the mass-market PC integration set.
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CinePlayer and MyDVD featured in new Sonic DigitalMedia Application Suite for CD/DVD creation and playback
Breaking News - Posted 30 Jun 2005
Media Commander MC-20PRO multi-function jog/shuttle controller debuts
Breaking News - Posted 26 Jun 2005
Also rolling out the Io Control Panel for Io, IoLA and IoLD
Breaking News - Posted 24 Jun 2005
New PX LCD monitors provide greater performance and productivity
Breaking News - Posted 16 Jun 2005
Features new tools for color correction, collaborative workflows, and audio processing, plus P2 DV25 and DVCPRO support
Breaking News - Posted 15 Jun 2005
New 40” and 46” LCD displays and 42” and 50” plasma displays
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jun 2005
Alienware seems poised to take the plunge into Dual Core alongside mass-market rival Dell.
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Standard will be used in next generation video players
Breaking News - Posted 31 May 2005
Offers brightness of 300 cd/m², contrast of 450:1, and 16ms response
Breaking News - Posted 16 May 2005
New family of 17" and 19" flat-panel monitors
Breaking News - Posted 02 May 2005
Most of us assemble our edit bays piecemeal, upgrading equipment as we go to streamline our capture, editing, and authoring tasks. Given budget and time constraints, and the ever-present need to budget time, which postproduction pieces--faster CPUs, DDRs, added RAM, DVD burners--pay the biggest dividends fastest? Here we access cost savings over time to guide yoru configuration choices.
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Combination to Provide Avid with Immediate Presence in Consumer Video and Expand Professional Broadcast Offerings
Breaking News - Posted 21 Mar 2005
New software update includes new tools for color correction, collaborative workflows, and audio processing
Breaking News - Posted 14 Mar 2005
Patents relate to features found in some production video processing equipment
Breaking News - Posted 08 Mar 2005
Graphics cards improve data-transfer capabilities
Breaking News - Posted 08 Mar 2005
New multifunction LCD features built-in TV tuner, FM radio, and multiple video inputs
Breaking News - Posted 03 Mar 2005
Lee Rickwood|As the top-end product in Macrosystem's various lines of standalone video editing systems, Solitaire is an easy-to-learn, simple-to-operate non-linear editor, one without the complexity or hassle of PC-based systems. Among its more interesting features is the ingenious QuadCam, which automatically syncs footage from multicamera shoots for real-time cutting.
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24-inch widescreen is largest in Dell’s lineup
Breaking News - Posted 18 Feb 2005
Prices lowered to match older Velocity systems
Breaking News - Posted 27 Jan 2005
New workstations focus on performance and investment protection
Breaking News - Posted 24 Jan 2005
Tim Siglin|Optibase backs away from its commitment to research and development in its Media 100 non-linear video editing business unit. Where does that leave Media 100 editors?
Feature - Posted 20 Jan 2005 - July 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 7] Issue By
Stephen F. Nathans|Macrosystem’s AVIO DV-DVD PRO turnkey video editing system targets corporate and event videographers with a capable, stylish NLE that benefits mightily from its video-dedicated OS in its fleet, smooth, and stable performance. Its well-crafted editing environment makes it easy to move between windows and operations, from the main storyboard to effects configuration, audio mixing and envelope controls, and titling. DVD-Arabesk 2 is a functional DVD authoring environment that makes up for its rigidity with fine video output.
Feature - Posted 20 Jan 2005 - July 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 7] Issue By
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Offers Customers HDV Shooting Post-Production Using 10-Bit Macintosh HD/SD Editing Tools
Breaking News - Posted 14 Jan 2005
Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen|The Apple CEO announces new HD-compatible versions of Final Cut Express and iMovie at a Macworld that is otherwise light on video-related product announcements.
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NEC unveils extensive portfolio of consumer offerings and demos "first three-generation" HD-DVD drive
Breaking News - Posted 28 Dec 2004
V3100 and V5100 graphics accelerators support DVI output
Breaking News - Posted 23 Nov 2004
Worksatation compliments HDV editing solution for transition from SD to HD video
Breaking News - Posted 12 Nov 2004
Dedicated WMV HD-DVD authoring workstation announced
Class Act - Posted 17 Sep 2004
New real-time online content creation workstration targeting post studios
Breaking News - Posted 10 Sep 2004
New native-HD implementation of real-time professional editing/compositing system
Breaking News - Posted 10 Sep 2004
Affordable, real-time HD/SD editing workstation targets the broadcast and content creation markets and delivers true HD production
Breaking News - Posted 12 Aug 2004
Jeff Sauer| In the most basic way, Apple's "without any special hardware" claim regarding the G5 and HD is still rather misleading. For some 97% of the computer-using population, gaining access to any of Apple's increasingly impressive set of tools does require a significant piece of special hardware: the computer itself.
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Combines Velocity software with Quattrus multi-stream real-time hardware to form a multi-layer NLE solution
Breaking News - Posted 30 Jul 2004
Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | Apple's iLife '04 boasts enough power and features that more and more post-production and videography professionals are using it in their studios. What does this consumer app have going for it that makes it a hit with the pros?
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Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen | With all of Apple's 2003 offerings, digital video pros had the chance to rebuild their studios from the ground up or pick and choose from new versions of old standbys.
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