Friday, October 29, 2004

Avid Demonstration

The last event of 2004 focused on Avid’s Xpress Studio Complete for post-production

The AlphaDogs team demonstrated and answered questions about the Avid Xpress Studio Complete®, designed to be all-in-one content creation suite for post-production. The event provided a thorough overview of Xpress Studio Complete features, including integrated video editing, audio production, 3-D animation, compositing and titling, and DVD authoring software, and professional video and audio production hardware.

The demonstration also showed editors how to use Xpress Studio Complete’s five applications to create sophisticated, professional projects: Avid Express Pro, Avid 3D, Avid FX, Avid Mojo, and Avid Pro Tools LE.

Friday, September 24, 2004

Leverage Digidesign's Pro Tools

Alpha Dogs Editors' Lounge will help Post Professionals leverage Digidesign's Pro Tools.

At the event, Nick Couscouris, the latest member of the AlphaDogs team, demonstrated and discussed Digidesign’s Pro Tools® for post-production. Pro Tools gives post professionals a total production environment for conforming, recording, editing, processing, mixing, mastering, remote collaboration and multi-format delivery.

The demonstration showed editors how to efficiently manage deadline-driven, TDM-based Pro Tools operations. Other topics covered included key command focus, using the Pro Tools keyboard as an edit controller, synchronization, advanced control surfaces for post applications, collaboration options and functionality.

Friday, July 30, 2004

Promax Presents Sony's Vegas 5

Video Editor to Demo Sony's Vegas 5

In association with Promax, a provider of DV, SD, and HD digital video editing systems.

At the event, noted video editor Tim Duncan demonstrated Sony’s Vegas® 5 software, then led a question-and-answer session about the product.

Vegas® 5 is a comprehensive software package for editing video and audio on the PC platform. It is designed for audio/video production, multitrack recording, compositing, titling, scoring and finishing in nearly any format—from NTSC and PAL to RealVideo®, Apple® QuickTime®, and Windows Media® file formats. Vegas 5 software provides an integrated solution for scalable DV production, sound editing, mixing, surround sound production, and more.

Friday, June 25, 2004

Quantel Presents -eQ- Multi Resolution Workflows

Quantel Demonstration and Q&A

The June Editors' Lounge focused on Quantel’s eQ system for post-production

At the event, Lucas Wilson of Quantel demonstrated and discussed the company’s eQ system, which the company calls “a completely new post production editing workhorse.” Designed for online finishing, effects editing and as a hub system, eQ delivers state-of-the-art productivity and quality for HD and SD applications.

During the Editors’ Lounge, Wilson will focused on such topics as:
Multi Resolution Workflows
The Media Hub with QXML & Qshare

United Kingdom-based Quantel has been at the forefront of digital technology as a creative tool for 30 years, and is now using its experience to create tools for the new digital age—from terrestrial and multi-channel television, to broadband internet, DVD and d-cinema.

Friday, May 21, 2004

Sony's XPRI Post System

Product Demo and Q&A

The May Editors' Lounge event provided a key discussion venue for trends in production and post-production

At the event, Mike Buday, a technology developer, demonstrated and discussed Sony’s XPRI system for post-production. The system, prominently featured in Sony’s booth at the recent NAB conference, has been enhanced to include a number of new features for nonlinear editing.

Friday, April 30, 2004

Post NAB 2004 Wrap-up

Discussion and Q&A

Editor's Lounge welcomes special guest, Apple's Doug Cunningham to discuss NAB 2004.

Friday, March 26, 2004

NAB 2004 Preview and the Future of Post Production

Panel Discussion and Q&A

March's Editors' Lounge previed the upcoming NAB 2004 with a panel discussion that included Scott Templeton, executive producer/co-owner, Pietown Productions; Howard Brock, former owner of Matchframe Video; and Ramy Katrib, CEO of Digital Film Tree, among other speakers.

Friday, February 27, 2004

Friday, January 30, 2004