May 2004 Computer Video Magazine

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Computer Video Magazine Contents - May 2004

Opening scream
The Ed heralds the arrival of PC content on living room TV sets, and the future of digital media in the home

Video Forum 2004, highlights from this year's video hive of activity; task-centric Roxio Creator 7; Apple GarageBand additions; Cut-price Canon cams; MaxiVista desktop spanning via network protocol; affordable rostrum camera software

Next issue
What's coming in CV next month

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

Greater DV support in Matrox Xtreme Pro; Pioneer's quieter burner; Wacom multi-tablet support

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


Canon MVX3i
Two-megapixel MiniDV camcorder, £949

CyberLink PowerProducer 2.0
DVD authoring software for Windows, £30

Magix Movies on CD & DVD 2.0
Windows budget video editing and DVD creation software, £30

PureMotion EditStudio 4
Video editing software for Windows, £59 - £139

Shining CitiDisk DV
Portable, battery-powered DV-to-hard disk recorder, £384

Ulead DVD Workshop 2
DVD authoring software for Windows, £300 (£130 upgrade)

Wacom Graphire 3 Studio XL
USB pen/mouse input device with video/image editing software, £180

Cover story:

Pinnacle ShowCenter
Media playback system giving living room access to stills, music and video on networked Windows PCs, £199

Bits and Bobs
OneClick intelligent trailing power extensions; SilenX ultra-quiet PSU and fan systems

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

Video analyst John Ferrick of DVdoctor expects software to become ever cheaper, but warns that this needs to be matched with higher quality and reliability


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Reviewed in this issue:

Pinnacle ShowCenter
Canon MVX3i
CyberLink PowerProducer 2.0
Magix Movies on CD & DVD 2.0
Pure Motion EditStudio 4
Shining CitiDisk DV
Ulead DVD Workshop 2
Wacom Graphire 3 Studio XL

In this issue's news:

Video Forum 2004
Task-centric Creator 7
Apple GarageBand
Cut-price Canon cams
Desktop spanning over a network
Affordable rostrum camera software

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