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EventDV Magazine:
July/August 2005: Features
3ds max 6 is a professional-level animation tool for modeling, animation, and rendering for film, television, and games. However, it also excels in training projects, marketing videos, and design visualization.
Posted 01 Dec 2003 / July/August 2005 Issue By
Hugh Bennett | From adhesive labels, inkjet printers, and overcoating systems to thermal transfer and re-transfer devices, there is now a desktop device to satisfy discerning tastes and handle most disc-labeling chores. High hopes rest with industry innovators Primera and Rimage and newcomers Epson, Hewlett-Packard, and Casio to advance the state of the art and reach new markets.
Posted 01 Dec 2003 / July/August 2005 Issue By
Geoff Daily | Today's top digital audio workstation solutions bring sophisticated sound editing to desktop Macs and PCs with sub-$1000 price tags, modest learning curves, and fluid interchange with many NLEs.
Posted 01 Dec 2003 / July/August 2005 Issue By
For new entrants into the NLE market, a relatively unknown vendor is just as likely to get their business as a market mainstay, which means a product like Magix’ Movie Edit Pro 2004 can sink or swim on its own merits—which, incidentally, are legion.
Posted 21 Nov 2003 / July/August 2005 Issue By
The tool is as robust and feature-rich as ever, and with a membership to Sony's Screenblast Web site, it's also more in tune than ever with the needs of digital video pros.
Posted 21 Nov 2003 / July/August 2005 Issue By
Jan Ozer | With landmark recent releases from Adobe, Apple, Avid, Pinnacle, and Sony Pictures, today’s video-editing scene boasts a surfeit of showstoppers. But which one is truly today’s premier prosumer NLE?
Posted 01 Dec 2003 / July/August 2005 Issue By
 
July/August 2005: Column: The Moving Picture
All streaming video—whether from Apple (QuickTime), Microsoft (Windows Media), or RealNetworks (Real)—looks great when encoded at sufficiently high bit rates. The problem is getting it to your computer where it can play smoothly.
Posted 16 Dec 2003 / July/August 2005 Issue By
 
July/August 2005: News: Features
Disc Makers has launched CD Self Service, a new Web-based service that enables users to place CD duplication orders online.
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