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Inlet Technologies, a leading provider of advanced encoding solutions for digital media, announced today that it has commenced shipping a new version of its comprehensive encoding solution, Fathom 2.5.
The vast, broadcast-quality library of the Non Stop Music library and the other libraries or collections it administers can now be searched and downloaded with extreme speed and efficiency at www.CUEgle.com.
BOXX Technologies Inc., a leading developer and manufacturer of high-performance workstations and render nodes for visual effects professionals, will debut its BOXX APEXX 8 workstation at the 2006 National Association of Broadcasters Convention (NAB), booth SL534.
Optical Entertainment Network (OEN), the leading provider of IPTV and broadband services built to optimize fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) technology, announced today the introduction of OEN Studios, the all high-definition (HD) TV production company for OEN's FISION IPTV service and a leader in the development of original HDTV programming for syndication.
Avid Technology unveiled the Avid VideoRAID family of storage systems that deliver up to 5 terabytes (TB) of high-efficiency storage with guaranteed real-time access for multi-stream, high-bandwidth standard-definition (SD) and high-definition (HD) workflows.
The ProAnimator 3D title and logo software, winner of the Best Animation Program of 2005 by Videomaker magazine, has just been upgraded to version 4. Containing dozens of improvements and new features the ProAnimator has redefined how fast the production of professional-level 3D graphics can be.
Schneider Optics announces a new line of Century lens accessories created especially to complement Panasonic's new HVX200 camcorder. These new professional add-ons provide unprecedented image clarity, while enabling the HVX200 to go wider, reach further, and move in closer than the lens alone will allow.
Chemistry, the New York-based editorial collaborative, has announced the addition of award-winning editor Hannah Neufeld to its creative team. Hannah moves to the company from wild(child) Editorial, where she spent the last five years.