Innovative solutions for post production professionals

Sonic BD PowerStation

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The Sonic BD PowerStation is the ultimate professional encoding solution for authoring Blu-ray or DVD discs, based on the same core...

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How Much Video Can I Fit on a DVD?

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Video files must be compressed to the MPEG-2 format to meet the DVD specification. The amount of compression can vary, and is determined by...

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Patching a Video Background Using Photoshop

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You just shot a really exciting seminar and can’t wait to get back to the studio to review the footage. The guest speaker looks great –...

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Saving Compromised MiniDV Footage

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Sooner or later, it happens to everyone – you shoot that once-in-a-lifetime footage with your miniDV camcorder, only to find later that...

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Interlaced vs. Progressive Video

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For decades, NTSC has been the standard for US television and video, using the 29.97 frame per second interlaced video format. All standard...

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64-bit OS benefits Adobe editors

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For years, computers have used 32-bit operating systems, meaning that the largest number the system memory could address would be 2^32, or...

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