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The CTIA Wireless 2007 show produced a few new items that video producers are sure to want. A company named TI made a big splash with it's micro-sized movie projector that fits inside of a cell phone. Okay, we know it was displayed at CES earlier this year, but this time it's the real working model. The product displays a DVD-quality image from its tiny laser, making for a good mobile replacement for the Ol' boob tube. Can anyone else smell a mobile video festival?
In this week's Video Bits & Bytes: Mark and Derek have news on JVC's new GZ-HD7 hi-def Everio...and some Free Final Cut Pro Plug-ins from Noise Industries. They'll also tell you about StudioNow.com, a new Online Video Editing Community where YOU can get paid to edit other people's videos online. Additionally, they have news about Blinkx.com launching a new wiki for Video SEO and about a Viacom law-suit against YouTube for 1 Billion Dollars.
In our Video Bits & Bytes segment, Mark examines the latest Industry News: Adobe announces Creative Suite 3 later this month. NVIDIA's latest graphics processor. Sorenson's hardware processor for HD. Disc Makers ships a new Blu-ray Disc duplicator. Derek covers Video Sharing: We revisit VideoJug, a how-to-do-it site where you can learn practically anything and muveeMix lets you create your own video mix online from video clips and still images and link to it from social networking sites.
From a Noise Industries Press Release: NOISE INDUSTRIES ROLLS OUT FREEBIE FXPACK1 FOR APPLE FINAL CUT PRO AND MOTION USERS Free Noise Industries FxPack designed and developed by Idustrial Revolution now available Boston, MA March 6, 2007 Noise Industries, developer of visual effects tools for the postproduction and broadcast markets, today announced the release of Freebie FxPack1, a new FxPack offering four free image treatment tools for Apple Final Cut Pro and Motion users.
The next version of Adobe Creative Suite will be announced on March 27, and is planned to begin shipping later this Spring. And that's all we can tell you at the moment... other than, of course, "Stay tuned to this channel for further information as it develops."