by Alan Sheckter, Videomaker news editor

Contour Design, a leading provider of ergonomically designed computer products, announced new application settings for its audio and video-editing tool, the ShuttlePRO, June 26.


To get the latest application settings (predefined commonly used keystroke commands) visit the company’s Web site: www.contourdesign.com.


With the MSRP of $125, the company said that the ShuttlePRO, a USB Macintosh product (a Windows 2000 version is planned), is the most cost-effective jog and shuttle controller for video and audio editing on the market. Its ability to navigate quickly, settings for more than two dozen commonly-used applications, and user flexibility to change the settings, is expected to enhance personal productivity.


ShuttlePRO application settings support the following Macintosh applications: Acrobat Reader 4, Adobe After Effects 4.1, Adobe Illustrator 8, Adobe PhotoShop 5.5 and 6.0, Adobe Premiere 5.1 and 6.0, Apple CD Player, Apple DVD Player, Apple iMovie, Apple iMovie 2, Apple Final Cut Pro 1.2.5 and 2.0, Apple Sherlock 2, BorisFX 5, BorisRED, BorisGrafitti, DigiDesign ProTools 5.1, Emagic Logic Audio, Internet Explorer, Macromedia Director 8, Macromedia Flash 4, Macromedia Flash 5, Media100I, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, MOTU Digital Performer 2.72, Netscape Communicator, QuarkXpress 4.1, QuickTime Player, Steinberg Cubase VST/32 5.0

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