The second revolution

January 1997
SHOOT;01/03/97, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p21
Trade Publication
Highlights advances in nonlinear editing. Computer systems that enable the processing of videos at uncompressed resolution; Includes Concurrent Editor and Editbox; Discreet Logic's Fire; Avid Technology Inc.'s Fusion and Illusion combination running on Silicon Graphics Inc.'s Indigo2 Impact workstation.


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