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April 2004 Computer Video Magazine Contents

Opening scream
The Ed, sleepy-eyed after recent excursions, pats himself on the back then joins John Ferrick in giving Microsoft a firm kick in the behind

Ulead upgrades DVD MovieFactory to MkIII; MPEGCraft DVD affordable MPEG editor from Canopus; 8x DVD burners from LaCie and TDK; analogue<>MPEG encoder/decoder from Canopus; specialist editing keyboards from World Tech Devices; LaCie external hard drives with FireWire 400, 800 and USB2.0 connectivity; Primatte Keyer professional keying for After Effects from Red Giant Software; nNovia real-time analogue/DV hard disk recorders; video effects and filters from Canopus

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Adobe Encore bug fixes; Xpress Pro WMA support; Sorenson Codec Panther fix

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A two-page jargon-buster to help you know your MPEGs from your M-JPEGs

Video analyst John Ferrick of DVdoctor Inc says Microsoft must sort out burning compatibility issues


Boris Red 3GL
Plug-in compositing software for Windows and Mac, £1,115

CyberLink PowerDirector 3
Video editing software for Windows, £50

Pinnacle Liquid Edition
Video editing software for Windows, £499

Pinnacle Studio 9
Video editing software for Windows, £60

Direct-to-disc printer, £93

Cover Story:
Three-way head-to-head
Apple's G5 gets a chance to blow the windows off two Armari purpose-built video editing workstations.


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Reviewed in this issue:

World's fastest editing PCs
Pinnacle Liquid Edition 5.5
Pinnacle Studio 9
CyberLink PowerDirector 3
Boris Red 3GL

In April's news:

Third-generation MovieFactory
Budget Canopus MPEG suite
8x speed DVD burners
Canopus MPEG hardware
Triple-connector HDDs
After Effects keyer
FireWire analogue/DV HDD recorder
Ready-made Canopus effects

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