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At NAB2006 Zaxcom will highlight its new TRX900 and TRX990 digital wireless microphone transceivers. These revolutionary systems are the industry's first wireless microphones to provide integrated audio recording, IFB receivers, and timecode transmission.
Olympus showed a new high-resolution camera system-the SH-880TM camera and SH-880TR hard disk drive recorder-that acquires 1,600-line images with four 8.3 million-pixel HD image sensors at the recent Hollywood Post Alliance (HPA) Retreat, in Rancho Mirage, Calif. The company calls it "Quad HD" recording. On the prism, each sensor is offset by a half pixel in a Bayer array configuration.
Michael Cioni, post production supervisor of PlasterCITY Digital discusses the Pansonic AG-HVX200, its benefits and drawbacks compared with other HD cameras, and compares the post workflow of the DVCPRO HD P2 and HDV.
Windows users are getting a big HD power boost. Blackmagic Design, creator of the DeckLink series of editing and compositing video cards and converters, has announced support of uncompressed HD video for Adobe Production Studio and Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 for Windows PCs.
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.
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.