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March 2004 Computer Video Magazine Contents

Opening scream
The Ed moves out of shrinking-violet mode into a loud-trumpeting phase, and reckons there's nothing as good for you as CV

8x DVD burners from Pioneer and NEC; Pinnacle upgrades Studio to V9; Canopus takes off the shackles with Edius 2; noise problem hits Sony PD170 camcorder; Apple pulls out the non-stops with Final Cut Express 2, and redefines the iLife with V4; Roxio makes Toast - this time with Jam V6; Pinnacle bridges the PC/TV divide; Video Forum preview; Macromedia actions Director MX 2004; Canon unveils two 2-megapixel camcorders; TDK revamped disc printer; Canopus broadcast standard SDI<>DV converter; Avid continues price cuts - with Xpress DV 4

Next issue
What's coming in CV next month

Back issues and reprints
How to get hold of past articles and back issues

Ulead HDV support; smoother playback with QT 6.5; Casablanca software upgrade

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

Subscribe to CV and receive 15 issues for the price of 12 - £48 - a saving of £11.85

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

At his age, you'd think he'd be passed it, but DVdoctor's John Ferrick says he's feeling promiscuous!

Hitachi DZ-MV380DVD-RAM/DVD-R camcorder, £740

Matrox RT.X100 Xtreme Pro SuiteReal-time DV/analogue video editing card and software bundle, £810

Media Chance DVD-lab 1.3DVD authoring software for Windows, US$99

Pinnacle InstantCD/DVD V8Disc-burning software for Windows, £29

Pinnacle Instant VideoAlbumDVD and VCD authoring software for Windows, £28

Serif DVDPlus V1Budget DVD authoring/burning program for Windows, £66

Serif MoviePlus V1Budget video editing program for Windows, £86

Videonics FireStore FS-1DV-to-hard disk recorder/player, £872

Messed up to the Nines
A cautionary tale for all editors considering creating dual-layer commercial DVDs

Read more news in March 2004's Computer Video magazine.


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Reviewed in this issue:

Hitachi DZ-MV380
Pinnacle Instant VideoAlbum
Pinnacle InstantCD/DVD V8

In March's news:
8x speed DVD burning
Pinnacle upgrades Studio
Edius gets OHCI support
Sony PD170 recall?
Apple updates budget video apps
Toast with Jam 6
The missing link?
DVD Video get interactive
Two-megapixel Canons
Video Forum 2004
TDK CD/DVD printer
DV<>SDI video converter
Cut-price Xpress DV
Smart mains panel

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