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Inside December's issue...

Opening Scream
The Ed has put his teeth back in - all the better for savaging moronic EU bureaucrats over non-working camcorder inputs

Pioneer burns its fingers; Panasonic turns nasty; WD 200GByte drives;Multicam support for Canopus Storm and RexRT Pro; Dazzle RT on a laptop; DV edit-ready Samsung laptops; low-cost PAL/NTSC converter; £70 software-only editing bundle; IBC Show report

Next Issue
Whatís coming in CV next month

Canopus ProCoder V1.2; Mac OS support for TerraTec
4G sound cards

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Cover Story
Canon DM-XM2
Three-CCD MiniDV camcorder with DV/analogue in/out, £1,642

Canopus ADVC1394
Internal FireWire card-cum-AV/DV converter for Windows and Mac, £235

CyberLink PowerDirector
Video editing software for Windows, £94

InnoBits BitVice
MPEG-2 encoder for Mac, US$297

Matrox RT.X10
Real time analogue/DV editing card and software for Windows, £469

Philips DVDR890
Set-top DVD+R/DVD+RW recorder, £465

PowerQuest Drive Image 2002
Windows back-up software, £40

Steinberg Clean (Plus)
Windows audio restorationand CD burning
software, £23/£54

Subscribe to CV and receive 15 issues for £40 ñ
a saving of £17.75 compared to the street price

Buyer's Guide
An in-depth guide to buying the best video editing
hardware and software

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

Video analyst John Ferrick of DVdoctor Inc looks
at the audio mixing and recording options for
multi-camera shoots

Read the full review in December 2002's Computer Video magazine.


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Reviewed in December's issue:

Canon DM-XM2
Matrox RT.X10
Philips DVDR890

In December's news:

Pioneer burns its fingers
WD 200GByte EIDE drives from £300
Panasonic turns nasty
Multicam support for Canopus Storm and RexRT Pro
Dazzle RT on a laptop
Low-cost PAL/NTSC converter
DV edit-ready Samsung laptops
£70 software-only editing bundle
Canopus ProCoder V1.2 with streaming enhancements and HD support
Mac OS support for TerraTec 4G sound cards

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