24p editing & mastering: Have we found the Holy Grail?

Stewart, Jeff
September 1999
World Broadcast News;Sep99, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p106
Trade Publication
Features the Symphony Universal by Avid's editing and mastering technology in Great Britain. Production of high-quality multiple format masters from a single source; Usefulness of the aspect ratio control of Symphony; Advantages of Symphony Universal; Demand for high-definition production in broadcasting industry. INSET: A user's experience at Soho Images.


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