New digital video editor editions from D-Vision, Media 100
- Media 100 Intros 844/Xi Editing System. // Computer Graphics World;Jan2003, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p5
Reports on the introduction of 844/Xi, an editing system, by software developer Media 100 Inc. Features of 844/Xi; Similarity between 844/Xi and another editing system 844/Xe; Features of 844/Xe.
- Media 100 Does HD. Linker, Lydia // DV: Digital Video;Mar2004, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p8
This article reports on the release of Media 100 HD, a new editing system for Macintosh computers by Media 100. This device is powered by GenesisEngine technology, now called HDX, and features 10-bit uncompressed native HD and SD editing. Media 100 HD uses the Media 100 i software, yet allows to...
- Vertical Editing. Porter, Stephen // Computer Graphics World;Oct2003, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p16
In the late 1990s, things were going well for Marlboro, Massachusetts-based software developer Media 100 Inc. By 2000, in addition to its standard video editing tools, the company was bringing to market an array of products focused on the exciting new area of streaming video and investors were...
- Media 100 Suite Video Editing Software. Robinette, George L. // Videomaker;Dec2009, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p14
The article reviews the Media 100 Suite Video Editing Software from Media 100.
- CineStream 3.0. Heid, Jim // Macworld;Sep2001, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p36
Reviews the computer software CineStream 3.0 from Media 100.
- Media 100 Producer 12.6. McMahon, Franklin // Digital Content Producer;Aug2008, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p33
The article reviews the digital nonlinear editing systems software for Mac from Media 100 Inc.
- Brains and Beauty. Fisher, Jerry // Entrepreneur;Jun2001, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p30
Discusses the move of media production software company Media 100 to revise the features of its products. Purpose of the branding effort of Media 100; Company hired by Media 100 to implement the project.
- Recorded delivery. Fox, Barry // New Scientist;02/05/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 2224, p16
Reports that software developed by Canadian software company MGI is capable of functioning as digital video recorders (DVRs). Details of the software, called Pure Diva, which runs on a Pentium III-based personal computer (PC); How DVRs work; Limitations of the technology.
- Desktop & mobile: News digest. // PC Week;09/21/98, Vol. 15 Issue 38, p41
Reports on several news briefs on software for desktop and mobile computers. Details on the personal computer (PC) video cameras from Panasonic Computer Peripheral Co. and Logitech Inc.; Information on the Dragon NaturallySpeaking Mobile from Dragon Systems Inc.; Information on McAfee Office...