|Magicsoft Releases Upgrade for Magicsoft Playout|
Latest Version Adds Support for Customizable As-Run Logs, LAV Filters and more
Magicsoft Ltd. has released its latest version of Magicsoft Playout, version 6.4. Magicsoft Playout is a Windows 7 based Client-Server playlist application that sequences video clips for playout using Blackmagic Design Intensity, Decklink or Multibridge products. Playlists can be created on different systems as well as on the playout system using Magicsoft's Playlist Editor which is provided with the software at no additional charge. The latest release of the software includes support for customizable As-Run Logs, for freeware LAV decoders and for the creation of playlists by importing data from .txt files.
published 2 years ago read more
|Blackmagic Design Receives Certification for its Thunderbolt™ Video Solutions for PCs|
Blackmagic Design today announced that its Thunderbolt™ based video solutions are the first to have been certified by Intel for video capture and playback with approved Thunderbolt computer hardware operating under Windows™. Blackmagic Design’s Intensity Shuttle and Intensity Extreme feature lightning fast Thunderbolt technology and can now be used with certified Thunderbolt hardware using Windows.
published 3 years ago read more
|Magicsoft Announces Immediate Availability of Magicsoft CG 4.2|
Latest Version Supports Live Video Acquisition for PIP output
Magicsoft is pleased to announce immediate availability of the most recent version of its highly regarded Magicsoft CG. The latest version, Magicsoft CG 4.2, features a number of enhancements including the ability to bring a live video stream into standard definition CG output simply by adding a second Blackmagic card. The live video input appears as a picture picture (PIP) window which is output using either the internal or external key of the video card.
published 5 years ago read more
|NextComputing Provides the Broadcast Media World with Portable High-Definition Computing Solutions|
High-definition television (HDTV) has gained popularity in recent years, not only in the consumer viewing community, but with those who shoot and edit the video consumers watch. As a result, many broadcast media solution providers are bringing HD versions of their products to market, from professional HD cameras to HD video production and post-production tools. Additionally, users are increasingly requesting mobile systems for on site applications and greater flexibility. However, the computing requirements for many HD applications exclude laptops as a possible portable solution.
published 7 years ago read more