Anonymous (not verified) - March 13th, 2003
Reprinted from a MainConcept press release:
MainConcept, a leader in multimedia technology, today announced that it has released MainActor 5 for Windows. The new software is a completely re-engineered version of MainConcept's flagship video editing software, adding a variety of professional capabilities.
The new application includes features from the previous version of MainActor (including the extremely popular background rendering), plus new additions including:
"We are proud to continue the MainActor tradition with this major new release," said Markus Moenig, MainConcept's founder and CEO. "MainActor has earned a great deal of respect since its beginning on the Amiga platform almost a decade ago, and now we have launched the next generation."
A free demo version and tutorials are available for download at www.mainconcept.com. MainActor 5 is priced at US$199, with special upgrade pricing for users of selected previous MainActor versions and MainConcept EVE. A Linux version of MainActor 5 is scheduled for a Q2 release.
Next on MainConcept's product release schedule is a PVR application which will offer an ideal OEM solution to manufacturers of TV tuner/capture cards.