New video editing, effects in store with releases from

June 1997
EMedia Professional;Jun97, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p19
Academic Journal
Presents various upgraded video editing and effects tools from various computer companies. DVExtreme, a 3D digital video effects generator from Pinnacle Systems inc.; Maestro Pro video development kit from OmniMedia plc.; Video editing tool kit from Videonics Inc.


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