Dark Matter - by editor Pam Wise, using an Avid Film Composer[R] system;
Death to the Tinman - by director Ray Tintori and editor Par Parekh, using Avid Xpress Pro, Symphony Nitris and Digidesign[R] Pro Tools[R] systems; click the following link to listen to the podcast: Avid Podcast Episode 005: At Sundance: Bringing Death to the Tin Man to Life.
Expanded I/O with Avid
Mojo[R] SDI - providing digital and analog SDI I/O to expand interoperability with mastering quality SD cameras and decks.
System Administration Training - delivers courses that give users essential skills for administering and monitoring the maintenance, licensing, user management, and personnel settings associated with Avid
Griffin and Phoenix - by editors Plummy Tucker and Tina Pacheco, created using Media Composer Adrenaline and Avid
Media Composer Adrenaline with Avid
DNxcel - fully expanded software and hardware system for encoding HD material to 10-bit or 8-bit Avid
's mastering-quality format that provides the image quality of 10-bit uncompressed HD at SD bandwidths, $22,995 USMSRP.
unveiled the new software-only Media Composer system - and enhanced versions of its Avid
Unity product family - last week at NAB.
Media Composer software with Avid
Mojo(R) SDI Digital Nonlinear Accelerator(TM) - adding a new Serial Digital Interface (SDI) I/O device for uncompressed SD capture and output for real-time monitoring and FireWire connectivity for DV, HDV, and DVCPRO HD projects (announced today in a separate release: www.
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DS Nitris combines real-time multi-stream 10-bit HD performance, and a deep creative toolset to provide time-sensitive post environments with unmatched performance for editing and finishing SD, HD and 2K/4K DI work.
HD and improved format support for Mac OS X systems -- supports new 10-bit uncompressed SD and native DV50 formats as well as HDV, DVCPRO HD, and Avid
Liquid Chrome HD is a perfect solution to address these needs," said James Thill, senior product manager for Avid
Broadcasters face tight deadlines every day, but what viewers actually see on screen is vastly different than what is going on behind the scenes - where video clips, graphics, still photos, teleprompter scripts, and even the order of the rundown - are changing up to the last second," said David Schleifer, vice president of Avid
Broadcast and Workgroups.