Edit Suite: Linear Editing: Ten Tips for Success
Even in these glamorous digital days, a solid majority of video editors still work in traditional linear mode: assembling programs from original footage, shot-by-shot from start to finish. If that's how you edit video, then here are ten key procedures that you can use to smooth the process and...
Digital Video Mixer Review: Videonics MXPro
The MXPro Revisited Last August, Videomaker reviewed the MXPro Digital Video Mixer from Videonics. Since that time, Videonics has made a couple of improvements to the MXPro, so we decided to take a quick look at the updated model. The MXPro is a video mixer affordably priced for prosumer use. It...
Clean Copies, One Generation to the Next
One of the most compelling claims that people make for digital video is no generation loss when you make copies. This means the 9th level copy-of-a-copy-of-a-copy is 100% as good as the 1st generation original. This claim of digital superiority is just a tad overrated, (see Digital's Dirty Secrets...
Sony Electronics announced yesterday the latest additions to its popular VAIO Digital Studio desktop PC line with the addition of three new models. The newest wave of VAIOs include faster, buffed-up systems that offer attractive software and hardware features for the beginner and experienced users alike all at affordable...
Sony recently announced two new CD-Rewritable drives, called Spressa, that incorporate the popular USB(Universal Serial Bus) interface and the rapidly emerging digital i.LINK (IEEE-1394) interface. The products underscore Sony's drive to lead in the expanding audio/visual desktop computer market. Both of the Sony Spressa read/write CD-ROM drives can be...
Sony and JVC are cooperating on a joint venture to develop a D-VHS system featuring IEEE-1394 interface for networking and digital broadcasting. Counting on JVC's technical expertise in the D-VHS system arena and Sony's IEEE-1394 interface know how, the two consumer giants plan to capitalize on the project which will...
Videofarm.com using Javu Technologies' innovative software opened their virtual editing bays free to the first 200 people for Beta testing Monday, becoming the one of the first Internet companies to take advantage of the rich media content opportunities available on the Internet. Using technology developed by Javu Technologies, Videofarm.com...
Mslide.com announced a new free web-based application for building and broadcasting music enhanced streaming slide shows at the RealNetworks Conference '99 held in San Francisco last week. The Mslide.com application, which utilizes RealNetworks' streaming RealSystem G2 technology, allows users to sample their favorite CD, upload up to 25 digital photos...
Among the products exhibited are a number that can help independent videographers distribute their work on the Web. RealNetworks' CEO Rob Glaser kicked off the event with a keynote speech which introduced RealJukebox, a product enabling downloading and playing of customized high-quality music playlists. Streaming video of his talk...
Sonic Foundry, makers of the popular audio editing program Sound Forge, introduced a free beta version of Stream Anywhere, a new streaming media authoring tool, at Internet World this month. Stream Anywhere works on the Windows platform and lets both novices and experienced Web developers to prepare audio, video...
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