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Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced the first Macromedia Flash Professional 8 from Adobe Roadshow designed to provide creative professionals an overview of the benefits of Flash Professional 8. The free, four-city tour kicks off in Los Angeles in May, before heading to San Francisco, Chicago and New York.
EditShare, the pioneer of cross platform collaborative editing and shared media storage systems, today announced EditShare ESA - a new architecture that allows customers to increase their storage to hundreds of terabytes and beyond. All EditShare systems will include ESA starting with Version 4.0 which begins shipping late May 2006.
After weeks of renovation on a new state-of-the-art Pro Tools HD-3 mix suite, Times Square's full-service post facility, Editional Effects, is opening its doors to Dave Huston, the most recent addition to the team of audio engineers at EENYC.
Blackmagic Design today announced DeckLink HD Extreme, the world's first PCIe HDTV capture card to feature both SDI and analog connections combined with full HD and SD compatibility, and released at a retail price that's the same as current SD-only products.
DAZ Productions Inc., a leading developer of professional quality 3D models and software, announced the immediate availability of DAZ Hexagon 2, its newly acquired 3D polygonal and subdivision modeling software.
Litepanels, the creators of award-winning LED lighting systems, introduce RingliteÃ¢Â„Â¢ Mini ' the smaller version of the original LED Ringlite. Available in 5600 °K and 3200 °K models, Ringlite Mini measures just 10.5" in diameter, only 2" thick, and weighs just 3.5 lbs. This ultra-low profile, lightweight professional lighting tool offers bright, soft directional lighting in a cost-effective, versatile package.
As Hollywood kicks off another "so called" blockbuster summer season with the opening of Mission: Impossible III on Friday, consumers are gearing up for a summer filled with movies boasting intense drama, hot movie stars and a bonanza of special effects. However, new research indicates moviegoers will not be kicking and screaming to get into the theaters.