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12.27.2004
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Real-time editing now available from Canopus


Canopus’ new EDIUS Pro 3 nonlinear software provides real-time, multi-track, mixed format HD/SD editing, compositing, chroma keying, titling and timeline output capabilities.

Canopus announced that its EDIUS Pro 3 nonlinear editing software, is now available for purchase as a standalone package. EDIUS Pro 3 is already available in Canopus’ EDIUS HD, EDIUS SD and EDIUS SP/NX HDV editing systems, providing a seamless workflow with support for most formats and real-time, multi-track, mixed format HD/SD editing, compositing, chroma keying, titling and timeline output capabilities.

EDIUS Pro 3 delivers real-time processing output of multiple video tracks, effects, and graphics and title layers. It provides editors with multiformat editing of HD and SD footage, including HDV, DV, MPEG-2, lossless and uncompressed video formats. Featuring real-time video transcoding technology, EDIUS Pro 3 enables bi-directional conversion and playback of HD and SD resolutions, aspect ratios and frame rates (including NTSC and PAL). The system also features real-time playback and DV output of all effects, keyers, transitions and titles, and can export projects to any format or medium required, including DVD-Video with direct-to-DVD timeline export.

EDIUS Pro 3 includes support for QuickTime, the new Canopus Lossless codec for lossless capture of SD footage, improved white balance, layer blending keyers for high-quality compositing, Canopus QuickTitler with roll/crawl support, improved audio handling with channel mapping functions, and numerous user interface customization options. EDIUS Pro 3 also supports EDL import and export, with full timeline reconstruction and project trimming functionality.

For more information, visit www.canopus.com.

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