Computer Video Magazine July 2003 Contents

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Adobe Premiere 6 (trial)
Paint Shop Pro 7 (trial)

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Opening Scream
Bee for this month's bonnet is Pinnacle's continuing fall from the Ed's grace; and appreciative eyebrows are lofted under the eyeshades at recent market activity

Matrox bolsters RT.X bundles; Apple scythes cost/boosts ease-of-use of DVD Studio Pro; Hitachi hones DVD cam design; WD introduces SATA drive; Sony slims down widescreen cam; ADS FireWire/USB 2.0 cross-platform devices; Apple FCP pushes pro boat out; Canon opens up the coffers for electronic design competition

Next Issue
What's coming in CV next month

Casablanca HDD add-ons; Wacom driver updates

Help on the net
The quick and easy way to solve your video editing problems and get help with buying decisions

Help & letters
Advice on buying decisions, fixing problems and getting decent service from suppliers, plus your comments about the magazine and much more


Dazzle DVD Creation Station 200
MPEG encoding and DVD authoring software for Windows, £200

Roxio Easy CD & DVD Creator 6
CD & DVD burning software for Windows, £39

Steinberg Cubase SX and Wavelab 4
Windows/Mac Midi/audio professional sequencer and Windows-only audio editor, £469 / £340

Wacom Volito
Drawing tablet with mouse and pen, £40

Cover story: Ulead Cool 3D Studio
Windows 3D animation software for video production, £65


FCP OfflineRT
Final Cut Pro 3 brings offline/online editing to a single Mac with OfflineRT. Steven Hood looks at how best to approach this editing strategy


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Bits and Bobs
A place to discuss the hardware and software that doesn't make it on to CV's pages, plus technical issues that might otherwise be overlooked

Video analyst John Ferrick of DVdoctor reckons that Sony's acquisition of Sonic Foundry's editing software means editors will be the winners once again


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Reviewed in July's issue:

Ulead Cool 3D Studio
Dazzle DVD Creation Station 200
Roxio Easy CD & DVD Creator 6
Steinberg Cubase SX and Wavelab 4
Wacom Volito

In July's news:

Power of X upgraded
Better, cheaper Mac DVD authoring
Third-generation Hitachi DVD cams
Western Digital Serial ATA HDD
Sony MiniDV pocket cam
ADS FireWire/USB 2.0
FCP 4 packs a pro's punch
Canon big-money competition

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