Computer Video Editing Magazine Contents December 2004

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In Software Downloads:
Magix Video Deluxe Plus
Vegas 4.0

Tips and Advice:
How to get started with computer video editing

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Opening scream
The Ed reckons this issue is the best ever - again

Windows menus, many new features and a massive price cut with Pinnacle Liquid Edition 6; Adobe's entry-level editor, Premiere Elements; lots more features and greater ease-of-use with Ulead CD & DVD PictureShow; HDV arrives - with Sony's MPEG-2 recording, FireWire-equipped HDR-FX1; plus a special report from IBC 2004 in Amsterdam

Updates from all the major editing software producers to support HDV; more Jam Packs for Apple GarageBand

Help and letters
This month there's a cross-section of your comments about the design and content of the new-look magazine and DVD

Help on the net
The collected wisdom of our DVdoctor-hosted forums, at your disposal

Buyers' guide
The definitive guide to video-making and DVD hardware and software. Taking in dedicated editing systems (Mac and Windows), and the hardware and software in them, plus camcorders, and more besides

Video analyst John Ferrick of DVdoctor Inc says that a recent landmark legal ruling means that copyright holders must adapt to survive, not
constantly resort to law


User profile - Robin Davies-Rollinson
A look at how a freelance BBC director likes to spend his spare time

To Raid or not to Raid?
A must for successful video editing, or an expensive luxury? We outline the pros and cons

Technology close-up
Everything you need to know about Sata disk technology how it's set to improve systems of the future


Colour grading
Peter Wells sheds light on the dark art of colour grading, giving DV footage that elusive pro polish


Dazzle DVC90
Windows analogue-to-digital USB2.0 capture device with editing software, £45

Red Giant Magic Bullet Editors
Video processing plug-in software for Adobe Premiere Pro, Sony Vegas or Final Cut Pro, £206

Serious Magic DV Rack
DV video monitoring, production and evaluation software tools for Windows, £375

Serious Magic Ultra
Professional chromakey and virtual-set software for Windows, £603

Siren Opticopy
Standalone nine-disc DVD-R/-RW and DVD+R/+RW duplicator, £998

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Reviewed in this issue:

Dazzle DVC90
Red Giant Magic Bullet Editors
Serious Magic DV Rack
Serious Magic Ultra
Siren Opticopy

In December's news:

Pinnacle Edition 6
Ulead CD & DVD PictureShow
Premiere Elements
Sony HDR-FX1

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