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Motion Graphics for the Masses  

By Audrey Doyle

Faster, better, cheaper. This mantra is all too familiar to video producers, who know that being able to create sophisticated, compelling content on increasingly tight schedules and budgets is crucial to remaining competitive. Over the years, software vendors such as Boris FX and Digital Anarchy, among others, have made major inroads in the motion graphics segment of this field by developing......

Edit Tools — Ulead 

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Integrate Review — InterVideo DVD Copy 

By Frank McMahon

InterVideo's DVD Copy focuses on only one thing, and that is making perfect digital copies of DVDs in various formats, including DVD, VCD, SVCD, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and DivX....

The Real Deal 

By Barry Braverman

When it comes to DVD these days, it's a fact of the marketplace that content owners are king. With DVD's low per-unit cost for replication and distribution — less than a dollar per disc including the cost of a first-class stamp — those who control the rights to even the most obscure subject matter have the potential to make millions right now. And many folks are doing exactly that....

Edit Review — Sonic Foundry Vegas+DVD 

By Frank McMahon

I reviewed the very first version of Sonic Foundry's desktop video editor Vegas several years back. I thought there was some potential, but then Vegas essentially was the company's Acid audio software with some good video capabilities plugged into it. By now the program has developed into a truly professional tool that shows much refinement and offers advanced features....

Score Your Own 

By Frank McMahon

As video producers, we all know the vital importance of sound and, more specifically, music. Of course, not all of us have the time to score our productions, so we usually employ a third-party composer to come in and work his magic....

See You in Vegas 

This April, Las Vegas plays host once again to the National Association of Broadcasters convention. Attendance numbers have dipped and remain flat since the bubble economy burst a couple years ago. Still, an expected 90,000 attendees is nothing to sneeze at....

Edit Review — Steinberg Nuendo Dolby Digital Encoder 

By Gary Eskow

Once the exclusive domain of high-end theaters designed to handle major Hollywood releases, surround sound has migrated into the home. It will certainly continue to push aside stereo as the de facto audio delivery format in the coming years. Manifest Destiny, I think it's called....

Still a Resource 

By Dan Ochiva

New and improved 'camera stand' software can open up underused stock photo treasures....

Easy DVD Authoring 

By Jeff Sauer

Lower-end DVD tools fill the most basic needs of video professionals — without making a dent in their budgets....

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