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With a nearly-hermetic die-cast metal chassis and a 12-volt XLR power input backing up the traditional line-voltage connector, it was clear that Panasonic's $3,400, WXGA-resolution BT-LH1700W monitor was
Apple Final Cut Pro 5 is an essential pro editing upgrade for all serious users. For starters, there are performance enhancements in almost all areas of the program, as well as many vital new features
Our company AlphaDogs, a post-production studio in Burbank, CA, had been looking for a shared-storage solution for more than three years. What we needed was hard to come by economically-a cross-platform system. Then we discovered Terrablock.
What's the ideal workstation? If you run heavy duty, video editing programs (especially if you edit HD video or use processor-intensive plug-ins) or if you render complex 3D animations, you'll need all the
Three DVRs in one box - that's the Grass Valley Turbo iDDR (Intelligent Digital Disk Recorder). Grass Valley has clearly been making inroads toward the more accessible video production market, and the Turbo
ULTRA from Serious Magic has a seriously stellar reputation as a great keying tool in the ubiquitous world of DV, where clean keys aren't always easy in the 4:1:1 or 4:2:0 color spaces. Version 2 makes that reputation even better.
If you're shopping for a portable projector, you know about trade-offs. You can buy a projector with the brightness level you need, but it will probably weigh more than you want. Or you can buy a projector