(Burbank, California--April 11, 2012) Bella Corporation today announced support for Grass Valley Edius video editing software as well as Adobe Systems After Effects software with their award winning keyboards. Bella will be showcasing the keyboards along with other new products at this year’s NAB Show in booth number SL2812 in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 16-19.
Leading up to and through the show, Bella is ‘hosting’ a Twitter Game Show via their Twitter account, @BellaCorp, with over $8,000 of prizes.
Grass Valley Edius Support
For Grass Valley's Edius, Bella is offering both keycap sets for the Bella DV Keyboard for $39.95 or complete keyboards (model #4200-08) with integrated jog/shuttle controller for $139.95. The Edius keycaps and keyboards are expected to ship in May.
Adobe After Effects Support
Bella is pleased to announce support for Adobe After Effects with their new Advantage Series keyboard (model #7204). Supporting both Windows and Mac platforms with Bella’s unique hybrid technology, the keyboards allow quick navigation within After Effects. The Advantage Series keyboard for After Effects will be available in May with an MSRP of $99.95.
Bella Twitter Game Show
Bella is ‘hosting’ a game show on Twitter. Each weekday leading up to the NAB Show challenges will be sent out, and those responding with the correct answers will receive prizes including products from Bella, Adobe Systems, Grass Valley, Sony Software and more. The Bella Game Show will end at NAB with a grand prize valued at over $3,000. To play the game, contestants must follow @BellaCorp on Twitter and watch each day for challenges (search #BellaGame). Complete details and rules are available via the Bella website.
About Bella Corporation
Bella Corporation provides time-saving tools to home through professional videographers, gamers, and creative content producers. The products are available directly from Bella Corporation or from a variety of dealers located throughout the world. For more information visit: http://www.bella-usa.com
. Bella also produces KillerKeys software, which makes memorizing keyboard shortcuts a thing of the past. For more information on KillerKeys, visit http://www.KillerKeys.com