11.08.2004 03:27 PM
Aurora Video Systems continues upgrade program


For customers purchasing the new PipeStudio video capture and editing product, this upgrade program provides a $500 savings on qualified PipeStudio purchases.
Aurora Video Systems will continue its upgrade program, first introduced in November 2003, through the end of 2005.

This program allows registered owners of any older Aurora hardware products to trade in their existing models for newer systems at a 25 percent discount when purchased directly from the company. For customers purchasing the new PipeStudio video capture and editing product, this upgrade program provides a $500 savings on qualified PipeStudio purchases.

Aurora’s family of Pipe cards (Pipe, PipePro, PipeSDI, PipeHD and PipeStudio) is a QuickTime solution for the Mac OS. No third-party software is necessary for previewing video in applications other than Apple's Final Cut Pro. In addition to moving data from Final Cut Pro and putting it on screen, the cards provide real-time preview compatibility with programs such as Adobe’s After Effects and Discreet’s combustion.

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