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Plasma Portraiture  

By Tom Patrick McAuliffe and Cynthia Wisehart

Renowned theater director and multimedia artist Robert Wilson was waiting for video to catch up to his imagination. Wilson has always brought fierce nuance...

Editing and Output at NAB 2007 

By Jan Ozer

At NAB 2007, the lower level of the South Hall was dominated by computer-related technologies. This article first describes video editing related announcements, then announcements relating to streaming media encoding. On the video editing front, I’ll describe the big three first, then the rest in alphabetical order...

Edit Review: Telestream Episode Pro 4 

Reviewer: Tom Patrick McAuliffe

The shooter wants a copy of the footage in DV for his demo reel. The client needs it in HD for broadcast or for high-definition DVDs. The marketing department...

Edit Review: InterVideo iVideoToGo Platinum 5.0 

Reviewer: Tom Patrick McAuliffe

Who knew that despite 16:9 digital TV, HD, and relatively affordable large flatpanel displays that truly tiny displays would become a hugely important...

Video Bellwethers 

Springtime for the broadcast and professional video worlds means only one thing: Another trip to Las Vegas to check out the manufacturers' latest technological...

Edit Review: Digital Rapids DRC-Stream 1500  

Reviewer: Jan Ozer

Digital Rapids' DRC-Stream 1500 is a hardware encoder that converts live video and video files to MPEG-2 and web-friendly formats such as QuickTime, MPEG-4,...

Smart GOP Splicing, Part 1 

By Steve Mullen

Those who have been recording their productions back to HDV know how excruciating the wait can be for an export-to-tape. ...

Edit Review: Pioneer BDR-101A  

Reviewer: Tom Patrick McAuliffe

No good story is without drama or conflict, and the quest to replace the DVD standard with an HD-capable media format is no exception. In one corner we...

Mark In 

What if it took only a few minutes to create a large, seamless high-resolution display from multiple projectors, and you didn't have to worry about the...

Mark In 

In 1990, Jim Plant, now NewTek's CEO, said that in the future your favorite TV show will probably be made by someone you know....

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