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MEDIA 100 to show resolution independent HD/SD editing solution for MAC OS X at NAB2003

April 1, 2003

Advanced media systems provider Media 100 will demonstrate a new Mac OS X-based HD/SD nonlinear editing system at NAB2003. The system, dubbed Media 100 iHD, incorporates newly-developed HDX Technology (HDX) that features 10-bit uncompressed HD and SD I/O and real-time, broadcast-quality format conversion between any HD and SD formats.

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With HDX, Media 100 iHD supports resolution independent mixing and matching of HD and SD source material in the same timeline plus 10-bit uncompressed native HD editing.

The Media 100i software supports Apple’s Mac OS X operating system and Aqua user interface, and gives Media 100iHD many powerful editorial, content design, and third-party interoperability functions, such as:

  • DirectEdit technology providing access to most system functions directly and easily from the timeline;

  • InstantMedia integration for native media compatibility with any QuickTime application

  • Adobe After Effects integration enabling Media 100 i timeline elements to be exported as separate After Effects layers for independent manipulation

  • Native-YUV color correction

  • Advanced sound design support for real-time audio EQ, reverb and dynamics processing on up to 24 tracks of audio

  • Direct timeline access to advanced Boris character generation and video effects processing

Powered By HDX

The HDX Technology supports 10-bit uncompressed input and output of all the HD and SD digital television formats defined by SMPTE 292M and SMPTE 259M, including:

  • 1080p/30/29.97/25/24/23.976 (SMPTE 274M)

  • 1080i/30/29.97/25/24/23.976 (SMPTE 274M)

  • 720p/60/59.94/50/30/29.97/25/24/23.976 (SMPTE 296M)

  • 1035i/30/29.97 (SMPTE 260M)

  • 525/60 (NTSC – SMPTE 259M)

  • 625/50 (PAL – SMPTE 259M)

For more information visit www.media100.com.

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