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When Steele Inc., Santa Monica, Calif., took the job of filling a Mexican soccer stadium with 40,000 screaming fans for a Spanish-language :30 spot promoting...

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By Bob Turner

In last month's issue, I said I believed that HDV (and other compressed HD technologies) will make 2005 the year of digital filmmaking. I would like to...

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By Steve Mullen

As I surf sites that cover HD and HDV production, I keep encountering the same question: How to I get HD to an NTSC DVD? Now that Sony has introduced...

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By S.D. Katz

In any big digital facility, nine out of 10 workstations use a standard-issue keyboard and mouse. That's too bad. Choosing a mouse should be as personal as choosing a car, especially since you'll probably spend more time in front of a monitor than a dashboard ...

Edit Integrate Review — Wondertouch ParticleIllusion 3 

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Sony DVDirect
 

By Tom Patrick McAuliffe

Big surprises come in small packages. That's certainly true of Sony's new DVDirect VRD-VC10 DVD recorder. This innovative DVD burner offers standalone, realtime DVD recording and computer-attached burning in one small unit. DVDirect also supports nearly every DVD format on the market today, including DVD+R and DVD+RW. It burns to DVD-R, DVD-RW, and 8.5GB dual-layer DVD+R when it's attached to a PC....

The iPOD and HD 

By S. D. Katz

Here's a stunt that sums up desktop video in 2005. Blackmagic Design, the I/O card manufacturer that's setting the bar in price/performance, was looking...

Edit Integrate Review — Steinberg Cubase SX3 

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Steinberg continues to refine and develop its flagship audio soundtrack creation program, Cubase SX3. This meaty 3.0 update tips the scales with more...

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