01.11.2008 08:37 AM
Telestream ships Flip4Mac Infinity Component

Telestream has made available new products and features that expand its Final Cut support for Thomson Grass Valley disk-based cameras and media servers.

The new Flip4Mac Infinity Component imports media from Thomson Grass Valley Infinity Series Digital Media Camcorders and REV PRO drives directly into Final Cut Pro editing systems.

Telestream also announced new HD support for its existing Flip4Mac K2|Profile Component, which enables seamless file transfer between Thomson Grass Valley K2 and Profile professional media server systems and Final Cut Pro for editing. Flip4Mac components enable Macintosh users to benefit from faster, more efficient all-digital, file-based media workflows.

The new Flip4Mac Infinity Component imports MPEG-2 HD and DV25 SD media directly from Thomson Grass Valley REV PRO drives without transcoding the media file. The component produces a .MOV file that is placed directly into the Final Cut project bin ready for editing. Users can import and browse REV PRO drives for quick, easy access to media. The component eliminates the need to revert to baseband video, providing a faster, more efficient file-based workflow.

For more information, visit www.flip4mac.com.

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