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By Jan Ozer

The strongest first impression of the Matrox RT.X2 is the realtime HD preview to flat panel LCD monitor via the RT.X2’s DVI output. ...

Matrox RT.X2 in the Real World: Part 1 

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Nowhere is the phrase “time is money” more true than in digital video production. Our jobs typically require a demanding combination of creativity, superior output quality, and sheer computer throughput...

Edit Expertise: Expand Your Skillset  

By Gary Eskow

The goal of this column, and all others I post, is simple: to help both the audio post pro and the videographer with good ears find ways to increase billable...

Edit Review: Adobe Soundbooth CS3  

Reviewer: Gary Eskow

Adobe's new Creative Suite 3 program Soundbooth is intended to give video producers a variety of sophisticated sound-editing tools, accessed from a simple-to-understand...

Edit Review: Adobe Premiere Pro CS3  

Reviewer: Jan Ozer

For many markets, Adobe Premiere Pro is the dominant video editor on the Windows platform. With version CS3, Adobe is not only providing a new release...

Edit Review: Grass Valley ProCoder 3  

Reviewer: Jan Ozer

With input/output support for the Grass Valley Canopus HQ and DV codecs, plus the ability to function as an export plug-in for Grass Valley's Edius Pro...

Beyond HDV: Using AVCHD with Panasonic's AG-HSC1U 

By Jan Ozer

Beyond the implications of the AVCHD format, I was intrigued by the opportunity to test Panasonic's AG-HSC1U, because it stores all video and still images on SDHC cards....

Return of the 3D Duke 

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One day in 1953, Michael Wayne invited his then-girlfriend, Gretchen Deibel, to attend a 3D screening of Hondo, a new movie by his father, John Wayne....

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Preproduction was done in secret, because parkour is barely legal. The filmmakers were as elusive as the athletes one step ahead of anybody in authority...

Edit Review: Apple Final Cut Studio 2  

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Apple Final Cut Studio 2 is like the proverbial elephant and the blind man your impression depends upon where you touch it. For this review, I'll touch...

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