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April 26, 2012

Featured Articles
The NAB Interviews With Shawn Lam: The Matrox MC-100 Mini Converter
In Episode 2, Shawn discusses the MC100, the new SDI-to-HDMI mini converter from Matrox Video with Matrox product manager Charles Amyot.
Producing With Adobe Creative Cloud: UPDATED
Adobe Creative Suite gets cloud treatment, giving producers options for licensing Photoshop, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Flash Pro and other CS6 applications on a month-by-month subscription basis, rather than paying for boxed product with perpetual licenses.
Tutorial: Creating and Editing Multicam Sequences in Final Cut Pro X
When Apple originally released Final Cut Pro 10, the biggest deficit for Pro users was the lack of multicam. With the 10.0.3 release, Apple has addressed this with a highly functional and easy-to-use multicam feature, which Jan Ozer explains in this tutorial.
Live From J Street, Part 3: Monitoring Webcast Audio
In this final segment of this series on the JStreet Making History convention webcast, we'll examine one aspect of webcast production that too often gets ignored: monitoring and controlling audio volume, which becomes a complex issue as speakers change, audio techs and shooters adjust their own levels, and the webcaster is left to make sure the signal sent over the web remains audible and consistent.
Featured News
CoreMelt Unlocks New Lock & Load X Camera Presets for Canon 5D Mark III and Apple iPhone 4/4S and iPad
For the highest quality stabilization results, you need stabilization software that is customized for the camera's specific sensor settings
Adobe Announces Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop CS6 Extended
Photoshop CS6 Extended integrates the state-of-the-art editing, compositing, and graphic design capabilities of Photoshop CS6, as well as advanced tools for 3D design, image and video editing, and quantitative analysis
CalDigit Debuts 2 New Thunderbolt Hard Drives
Single-drive CalDigit T1 boasts transfer speeds up to 430MB/sec; 2-drive CalDigit T2 promises up to 630MB.sec
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