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The JVC HM100 and HM700
Feb 1, 2010 12:00 PM, By Steve Mullen
JVC's camcorders offer the ability to switch between two file structures.
Jul 1, 2009, By STEVE MULLEN
Today's enhanced NLEs support various types of MPEG-2, resulting in a faster workflow.
Mar 1, 2009, By STEVE MULLEN
What consumer HDTVs can be used for production monitoring.
Feb 1, 2009, By STEVE MULLEN
Why low-cost HD camcorders record far more judder than expensiveHD camcorders.
Editing long-GOP video
Nov 1, 2008, By STEVE MULLEN
Perform MPEG export using smart GOP splicing.
CCD and CMOS
Oct 1, 2008, By STEVE MULLEN
Understand old and new camera sensor technology.
Sep 1, 2008, By STEVE MULLEN
The 2.6TB RAID system provides reliable data storage.
MPEG-2 and H.264/AVC
Jul 1, 2008, By STEVE MULLEN
What is the role of GOP length in HD recording technology?
HD editing on the go
Dec 1, 2006, BY STEVE MULLEN
Powerful new laptops let editors perform portable editing.
Nov 1, 2006, By STEVE MULLEN
The 40GB hard disk recorder eliminates file transfer.
Popwire's Compression Master (Episode) 4.0 Mac OS X-based encoder
Jun 1, 2006, By STEVE MULLEN
Now called Episode, Compression Master is good for many tasks -- including encoding.
NLE rendering: Multiple solutions
Nov 1, 2005, By STEVE MULLEN
Today's NLEs offer multiple solutions to speed-up your editing workflow.