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Have You Hugged Your Metadata Today? Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

In the last segment, I extolled the virtues of Panasonic’s P2 cards and the Material eXchange Format (MXF) used thereon. In this segment I review Adobe’s P2 and MXF workflow. Just to change things up, I’ll write this segment as a FAQ, rather than a narrative, which will identify the questions I feel are key to any implementation of P2/MXF support...

Have You Hugged Your Metadata Today? Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

It’s going to be an exciting NAB Show for Panasonic. Not only will P2 cards be available at 32GB capacity (with 64GB on the horizon), the company will show AVC-Intra technology with full-raster 1920x1080 capture at 100Mbps--a great upgrade from the native 1280x1080 resolution used in DVCPRO HD 1080. Adobe also has a new bauble for the DVX crowd, specifically native MXF (Media eXchange Format)...

NAB 2008 

By any measure, the past year has been an extremely fruitful period for professional video technology. a buzzword that fell out of fashion years ago,...

Special OPS 

By Kristinha M. Anding

There's Something Very Mission: Impossible about the Oceanic Preservation Society (OPS), a Boulder, Colo.-based nonprofit that creates films about the decline of the Earth's oceans — and stops at virtually nothing to get a good shot...

Test Drive: External Drive Connections, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

This month’s segment is about external drives for DV and HDV editing. In the last segment, I identified the characteristics of the technologies you should be considering, and in this segment, I’ll discuss the results of my testing...

Test Drive: External Drive Connections, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

While most Core 2 Duo-based notebooks have enough horsepower for serious video editing, few have the disk space for even moderately long projects. If you’re editing on the road, this means getting an external hard drive that’s fast enough to keep up with your editing, but won’t weigh you down. Fortunately, there’s lots of good things happening in this market in terms of speed, size, and costs...

Edit Expertise: Storage Shootout 

By Dan Ochiva

Solid-state storage drives (SSD) are generating a lot of noise as the putative next big thing, but spinning-hard-drive storage isn't going away any time...

Fade To Black 

By Darroch Greer

Charles Ferguson is the director of the Oscar-nominated No End in Sight — the trenchant, definitive documentary on the run up to the war in Iraq and the mishandling of its aftermath by the Bush Administration...

Mark In 

Solid-state recording for camcorders long heralded and championed by Panasonic is going wide, with developments across the broadcast and IT landscapes...

Off the Line 

By Trevor Boyer

A typical working day for Kevin Tierney involves standing around on a boat and watching guys fish. Of course, he's watching extremely closely — via the viewfinder of a Panasonic AG-HPX500, ready to press record if the professional angler he's watching gets a bite. (The 5-second prerecord cache on the camcorder certainly comes in handy...

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