Rahi, Sandep
October 2004
Millimeter;Oct2004, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p56
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Apple Computer Inc.'s Final Cut Pro (FCP) software, powered by AJA's Kona SD card. Using AJA's HD card, one could now do speed ramps and create tempo and energy at full resolution in FCP. While the elements and composites came from various hardware and software platforms, one did the final cut back to D5 tape in 10-bit 1080i using the G5, Kona HD board, and FCP HD combination. This technological match-up allowed to edit in real-time with fully composited footage; this put the creative power back in the editor's hands without the cost of a high-priced clock ticking away, yet with no compromise on quality.


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