New ground for video editing

New ground for video editing

Lako Vision, the Australian distributor for Miro PC video products from Pinnacle Systems, launched a new digital video editing solution at last week's Digital Media World Show held in Sydney.

Called Pinnacle Reel Time, the system uses a DV300 card that lets video and multimedia producers download digital video to their computer's hard disk, edit it and output their edited video back to digital video tape without generation loss.

With support for Adobe Premiere software, Reel Time offers a full motion dual stream editing system for Windows NT, providing 130 transitions and coloured borders, keying, and audio mixing. Officials claim the product eliminates rendering, providing the freedom to create and experiment without waiting hours to see results.

Evan Kourambas, general manager of Lako Vision, believes that whilst the market for video technology is slowly growing, it can develop if the market for home users keen on editing their own videos is penetrated.

"They are growing, and they will grow more if we make the tools available to them cheaper and better," he said.

Lako Vision

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