Dienstag, 26. April 2011

Evaluation of LightWorks from EditShare for Video Editing

Going the next step we currently investigate LightWorks for sophisticared Video Editing.

Feature Highlights:

    DPX, RED R3D, ProRes, DNxHD, AVC-Intra, DVCPRO HD, DV50, DV25, XDCAM, P2, AVC Intra, AVI, Quicktime, MXF
    Advanced multi-cam editing with unlimited sources and dual-SDI outputs allow you to simultaneously view your source angles in sync with your edit.
    Support for Adobe After Effects, Boris, Combustion, Sapphire and many more. Lightworks Open Source enables creative developers and manufacturers to implement new features with unprecedented access to Lightworks’ core engine and technology.
    Real-time video and audio effects including primary and selective color correction are all guaranteed in resolutions of up to 2K, thanks to Lightworks powerful GPU based effects engine.
    Sub-frame audio editing, direct-to-timeline voice over tool, Mackie protocol support, real-time playback of mixed sample and bit rates and guaranteed real-time multi-track audio.
    The most advanced Project Sharing available allows editors to access each others’ work with the click of a button and Instant Save technology ensures you’ll never lose your work again.
    Full-screen video output through a DVI-attached LCD display with support up to 2K Full Frame, offering an inexpensive monitoring option with no need for SDI hardware.
    Advanced stereoscopic support allows Lightworks to handle any codec with independent editorial control of Left and Right eyes. With automatic synchronisation, editors do not need to change their workflow and can view stereoscopic output in a variety of formats, through SDI or DVI or both.

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