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November 2003 Computer Video Magazine Contents

Opening Scream
The Ed goes all misty-eyed, looking back to the days when manuals came with everything, rather than being hidden as PDF files on CDs

Sony Vaio home entertainment system PC; Snazzi analogue/DV and MPEG editing; Pinnacle Instant CD/DVD range extended; Roxio's Toast for OS X; MainConcept technology incorporated into Adobe editing and authoring software; Primera multi-disc duplicator/printer; Software Architects' QT-compatible converter software; Contour Shuttle Pro V2 edit controller; CyberLink rewritable DVD defragmenting software

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Apple FCP V4.0.2 updater; Apple Soundtrack released as standalone software; Casablanca upgrade kits

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

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

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Bits and Bobs
LCD technology is brought to the fore; Pinnacle drops the ball - and the PC; NEC gets let off the hook; and VariZoom takes its gloves off

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

Better audio skills and better integration of surround sound with video editing systems are going to be in increasing demand, according to DVdoctor video analyst John Ferrick


Cover Story:

Epson Stylus Photo 900
Direct-to-disc inkjet printer, £150

Canopus ProCoder 1.5
Media repurposing software for Windows, £617

LaCie d2 U2&I800 Hard Drive
External USB 2.0 and FireWire 800 200GByte hard disk drive, £340

Matrox RT.X100 Xtreme
Real-time DV/analogue video editing card, £845

Ricoh MP5240A
IDE DVD+R/+RW drive, £170

Sony Vaio GRT715M
Sony edit-ready Windows laptop PC with multi-format DVD burner, £1,376

United Media Multicam for Matrox
Multi-camera editing software for Adobe Premiere and Matrox RT.X100, £528/£269


Making QuickTime movies - Pt 2
In the second installment of this two-part teach-in, Paul Dickin shows how QuickTime can be used to prepare and compress video for web-delivery.

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Reviewed in November's issue:

Epson Stylus Photo 900
Canopus ProCoder 1.5
Matrox RT.X100 Xtreme
Sony Vaio GRT715M

In November's news:

Sony Vaio PC/TV/VCR
Snazzi analogue and DV editing
Easy CD/DVD creation
Roxio's Toast for 10
Adobe uses MainConcept
Multi DVD burner/printer
DVD VR to QT under Mac OS
Greater Contour control
Defragmenting -/+VR DVDs

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