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Stephen F. Nathans is editor of EMedia.

Articles By Stephen F. Nathans
Posted 23 Jan 2006 By
Premiere 2.0, After Effects 7.0, Dynamic Link, Clip Notes highlight new Adobe suite
Posted 17 Jan 2006 By
TEAC's P11 is a low-cost ($135 street price), compact, desktop thermal CD/DVD printer that delivers excellent single-color printing quickly and efficiently. There's nothing resembling "photo-quality" printing here, as you might get from a full-color inkjet unit under optimum circumstances, but for clear, concise, and simply attractive disc labeling--especially appealing for archive purposes--the TEAC is an excellent choice.
Posted 22 Nov 2005 By
The TEAC HD2U80 is an excellent portable storage accessory that delivers solid capacity for an external hard disk drive at a $269 price tag that's higher than some other external drives with greater capacity, but more than justified by the drive's performance and compact construction.
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Posted 01 Sep 2005 / March 2005 By
Besides price and reputation, what distinguishes professional software NLEs from pretenders? Tackling the sophisticated tasks that make ambitious productions successful. Here we identify six such tasks and describe how they're accomplished in five leading NLEs, plugging in relevant plug-ins and suitemates when the job demands it.
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Long before Alienware shipped out what may be the ultimate gamer-targetted system, the Star Wars line they introduced this spring, the company figured out that the same sort of turbocharging components they were using to attract the gaming market were essential equipment for video producers as well, at least those who were looking to equip their editing bays with all-purpose Windows PCs that matched their needs more expertly than the usual run of assembly-line systems from the mass-market PC integration set.
Posted 06 Jul 2005 By
Most of the exciting news at NAB concerns products and technologies that won’t be generally available for quite some time.
Posted 10 Jun 2005 By
With some technologies, protracted delays can turn out to be good news. Case in point: Blu-ray and HD-DVD.
Posted 10 Jun 2005 By
Alienware seems poised to take the plunge into Dual Core alongside mass-market rival Dell.
Posted 10 Jun 2005 By
Disc Makers ReflexMax7 ($1,490) improves on its Reader’s Choice Award-winning predecessor, the ReflexPro, by adding 16X DVD recording, 4X DVD+R DL, and 48X CD-R to the seven-disc tower duplicator. CD-R burning was mostly consistent in testing and DVD recording was nearly flawless; while not setting any speed records in the emergent 16X set, the tower performed admirably, making excellent use of its seven Editor’s Choice-winning Plextor PX-716A drives and its sizeable 120GB hard disk, which neatly arranges multiple imported disc images for faster burning and full access to the seven target recorders.
Posted 06 Jun 2005 By
Full-step Vegas upgrade includes native HDV support, nested projects; DVD Architect 3 also available with DVD+R DL support and Smart Rendering
Posted 18 Apr 2005 By
New HD world yields Final Cut Studio, Xpress Studio HD, new Panasonic camcorder with eye-popping price
Posted 18 Apr 2005 By
New 3-chip model with 4-channel audio and "true" 24p
Posted 01 Apr 2005 By
For many users, ACID is the go-to application for creating loops and mixing audio, and it’s a great tool for videographers who need to enhance their videos with snatches of royalty-free audio and looping clips. ACID Music Studio is the newest addition to the family, and it’s also part of another family—Sony’s new Studio group of products.
Posted 18 Feb 2005 By
Sound Forge Audio Studio is a lot like Sound Forge in the way Vegas Movie Studio is a lot like Vegas. It's fairly intuitive and quite easy to operate if you have some familiarity with other Sony Pictures tools. Of course, if you’re a Vegas editor working with Vegas 5, you’ve already got an NLE so jam-packed with audio features you may be able to get by quite well without an audio-specific editing application.
Posted 18 Feb 2005 By
Stephen Nathans|ADS' Red Rover with Audition bundle combines Adobe’s powerful audio editor with ADS’ handy Red Rover remote controller.
Posted 18 Feb 2005 By
Stephen F. Nathans|Sony’s DVDirect knocked my socks off like no product I’ve seen in years. Billed as a product that combines the capabilities of standalone and desktop DVD recorders, DVDirect’s best feature is its ability to record live video to DVD as you shoot it. It boasts excellent image quality and limited but functional DVD menu creation. It’s also a rock-solid desktop burner, promising and delivering state-of-the-art high-speed DVD±R/RW and 4X double-layer DVD+R DL.
Posted 20 Jan 2005 By
Stephen F. Nathans|Macrosystem’s AVIO DV-DVD PRO turnkey video editing system targets corporate and event videographers with a capable, stylish NLE that benefits mightily from its video-dedicated OS in its fleet, smooth, and stable performance. Its well-crafted editing environment makes it easy to move between windows and operations, from the main storyboard to effects configuration, audio mixing and envelope controls, and titling. DVD-Arabesk 2 is a functional DVD authoring environment that makes up for its rigidity with fine video output.
Posted 20 Jan 2005 By
In December 2004, Sony announced the first HDV camcorder both positioned as a pro product and fully equipped with the capabilities pro shooters expect.
Posted 01 Jan 2005 By
A new CD/DVD publishing system designed to automate the production of up to 100 CDs or DVDs per job, the BravoPro may represent the best of all possible worlds for videographers with discs to produce.
Posted 01 Jan 2005 By
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Posted 01 Jan 2005 By
Stephen F. Nathans|Transitioning from a decade of EMedia to the arrival of EventDV
Posted 14 Dec 2004 / December 2004 By
The new drive features of desktop and set-top burners in a single unit
Posted 01 Dec 2004 / December 2004 By
Stephen F. Nathans|You’re new to event video, but you know you have a knack for it. You want to hit the ground running—even if it’s only a half-dozen events per year—but you need to watch your pennies as you go. You can’t commit $600+ to any one tool, but you’re too ambitious and too quick a learner to start with a consumer tool that’s functionally a dead end. You need software that’s built for a pro, but sold at consumer-level pricing, with select feature reductions accounting for the difference. Enter the Pre-Pro NLE.
Posted 01 Dec 2004 / December 2004 By
Specialized tools help make standardized editing software funtional for three-camera editing
Posted 01 Dec 2004 / December 2004 By
One of the great things about HDV is that it brings hi-def video to videographers who thought they’d be trapped in the world of standard-def video for years to come.
Posted 19 Nov 2004 / November 2004 By
HD-DVD and Blu-ray will both carry several video codecs (MPEG-2, AVC/H.264, WMV) as official parts of the spec, and as of late September, both camps have locked in Dolby Digital and dts as well
Posted 20 Oct 2004 / November 2004 By
Releases their first DVD+R DL-Capable burner on the mature DL market
Posted 20 Oct 2004 / November 2004 By
Adobe's Photoshop Elements goes up against Ulead's PhotoImpact 10
Posted 20 Oct 2004 / November 2004 By
Sony's DVDirect is a groundbreaking product that—if it performs as advertised—sets a startling new standard for versatility in a DVD burner.
Posted 12 Oct 2004 / December 2004 By
Stephen F. Nathans | We've come a long way from the days when the knock on videographers was that they were too intrusive, if the popularity of videos where the videographer is encouraged to impose is any indication. And I still wonder how and when you cross that line from invisibility to presence, and actually impose your will on an event.
Posted 29 Sep 2004 / October 2004 By
Posted 29 Sep 2004 / October 2004 By
In this month’s EMedia Industry News, we debut a new monthly item on the latest, greatest, or at least the most interesting announcements that come our way in the digital studio domain. Here we’ll note curiosities alongside catalysts, milestones alongside mysteries, breakthroughs alongside…well, you get the picture.
Posted 29 Sep 2004 / October 2004 By
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: there’s no easier way to make an attractive, easily navigated DVD than using MyDVD, and that’s as much the case in version 6 as in version 5. Which is saying something, since the competition got better in the meantime.
Posted 29 Sep 2004 / October 2004 By
Adobe's Premiere Elements offers an alternative point of entry for video editors. But why meet the monster—even at a reduced price—if you aren't ready for the roar?
Posted 08 Sep 2004 / September 2004 By
EDITOR'S CHOICE|Serious Magic’s DV Rack not only brings the laptop into play on a shoot, but enables that laptop to replace a whole booth full of monitors and spectral analysis tools. It’s a remarkable product, and it’s hard to imagine a field shoot capable of accommodating a laptop that couldn’t benefit from DV Rack’s use.
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Nero Digital, by contrast, is making a bee line for the living room, and as-yet-unreleased CE devices will sport the Nero Digital logo and embed the Nero MPEG-4 decoder
Posted 04 Aug 2004 By
Stephen F. Nathans|After skipping a couple of generations, DVDit! returns well-equipped for videographers looking to jump into pro DVD authoring and MyDVD users ready to move up. It’s also well-positioned to compete head-on with other prosumer contenders, thanks to powerful and accessible navigation customization features that deliver many of the functional hallmarks of professional DVDs.
Posted 03 Aug 2004 / August 2004 By
discreet has announced 3ds max 7, a full-step upgrade to the company’s popular 3D modeling and animation tool. Foremost among the new features is the integration of the character motion toolset character studio into the core feature set of 3ds max.
Posted 02 Aug 2004 / August 2004 By
MiniDV brought digital video recording to the masses, but dropouts, head clogs, and the post-production lag of real-time capture make it a less-than-perfect medium for pros. More and more videographers are turning to hard disk digital video recorders to back up or even replace tape. Here’s a look at the latest in tapeless DV storage.
Posted 16 Jul 2004 / July 2004 By
Event video has come a long way since the 1980s, when the videographer couldn’t buy respect—he was “the fat, sweaty guy in the tux," as American Videographers Association founder David Robin says. Today, the form is established, the profession esteemed, and the equipment affordable. The field is growing by leaps and bounds, with opportunities for profitable and pioneering work emerging all the time.
Posted 13 Jul 2004 / July 2004 By
In the first upgrade since 2002, Sonic delivers advanced control over DVD playback and appearance, customizable menu creation, and both play-first and end-action control.
Posted 07 Jun 2004 / July 2004 By
The hype surrounding the two proposed high-density specs, Blu-ray and HD-DVD, won't impede the adoption of dual-layer DVD±R. But if the response to Jan Ozer's column, "MPEG-4 is Dead," is any indication, the world of Web video delivery is much more dangerously driven to distraction.
Posted 01 Jun 2004 / June 2004 By
Stephen F. Nathans | Ulead VideoStudio 8 is a new version of a popular video tool that hasn't forgotten its roots. Even though it expands a lot in one firection--toward ultra-consumer automatic editing--and a little bit in the prosumer direction with new filters and basic picture-in-picture, most of its enhancements target the entry-level editing space that VideoStudio has helped define.
Posted 01 Jun 2004 By
Sony’s DRU-700A ($199), the first shipping dual layer-capable DVD recorder, performs mostly as advertised. It easily accomplished 7GB+ DVD-Video burns with the bundled Nero software on several Verbatim DVD+R DL discs provided for testing. Playback compatibility was mixed, however, with a 47% success rate on roughly 70 set-top players, portables, ROM drives, and burners.
Posted 30 May 2004 / June 2004 By
Posted 07 May 2004 / May 2004 By
With DVD MovieFactory 3 Disc Creator ($99), the first version of Ulead’s popular consumer tool to add CD burning, Ulead takes the lead in pared-down but purposeful editing capability with its multitrim feature. It also adds a solid CD burning tool in Burn.Now, continues its strong tradition of pleasing DVD and slideshow authoring, and makes sure all the parts hang together with impressive ease.
Posted 07 May 2004 / May 2004 By
Posted 07 May 2004 / May 2004 By
2004 was the year of HD at NAB, even though the conference arguably straddles four worlds—broadcast, filmmaking, streaming, and commercial videography—of which the first two are just approaching an HD era and the latter two aren’t even close.
Posted 04 May 2004 / June 2004 By
The first Vegas announcement of NAB 2004 came out of Madison, Wisconsin, as Sony Pictures debuted a full-step upgrade to its popular pro software NLE, Vegas 5. The company also offered up a new version of Vegas’ accompanying DVD authoring tool, DVD Architect 2.
Posted 19 Apr 2004 / May 2004 By
Stephen F. Nathans | Attendees of NAB 2004 in Las Vegas will find media manufacturers like Verbatim and drive makers like Sony doubling down and gambling that professional DVD authors and, soon, their consumer counterparts will pay a modest premium to (nearly) double the capacity of their recording media.
Posted 12 Apr 2004 / April 2004 By
Never has a consumer product in the digital media space packed so much power and versatility and made it so easy to get to. For application triage, Creator 7 has no peer. With the exception of the (still) disappointingly limited DVD Builder, they are all fine tools, and there are logical (and usually multiple) ways to navigate between them. What’s more, it’s got a mind-boggling price: it’s hard to argue with a suite jam-packed with top-notch apps for $99.
Posted 12 Apr 2004 / April 2004 By
Plextor's ConvertX is much more than a simple A/D converter, and it's a little more than an analog-to-DVD device, too. It produces DivX and MPEG-4 files that rival their MPEG-2 counterparts in video quality and beat them handily in filesize. It's also bundled with Intervideo's solid entry-level DVD authoring tool, which makes it easy to move from capture to author to burn.
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Stephen F. Nathans | The movie industry's assault on 321 Studios is outrageous entertainment-biz dirty pool, and I applaud 321 for fighting back. I only wish I would have applauded them louder and sooner.
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Announcements about 8X media are everywhere. Too bad the discs are still so hard to find.
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Studio 9 offers astute extensions of Studio 8’s strengths and adds features for prosumers and consumers alike, from an enriched effects palette to spatial sound fading and mixing to an opened architecture for third-party plug-ins and a cool automatic music-video generator called SmartMovie.
Posted 19 Feb 2004 / February 2004 By
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Posted 06 Feb 2004 / March 2004 By
Sony's DRU-530A records a DVD+R in under 9 minutes.
Posted 30 Jan 2004 / March 2004 By
TDK distinguishes the 8X-capable IndiDVD with a well-thought out, generous software bundle.
Posted 30 Jan 2004 / March 2004 By
What’s the Next Big Thing? You'll find the answer at CES. Which gives us the answer to another question: Who’s driving this bus?
Posted 16 Jan 2004 / February 2004 By
MovingPicture, a $199 prosumer-level tool for panning, scaling, and frame-shifting still photographs, provides a powerful complement to popular NLEs
Posted 09 Jan 2004 By
LSI, YesVideo partner on home recorder-based custom DVD creation
Posted 08 Jan 2004 / February 2004 By
Dual-layer recordables to ship in spring
Posted 08 Jan 2004 / February 2004 By
Plextor's new internal DVD±R/RW, the PX-708A accomplishes the "future is now" feat of 8X DVD+R on 4X media. Until 8X DVD media ships in quantity, it's a welcome innovation for those who like to write on the wild side.
Posted 02 Jan 2004 / January 2004 By
Consumer encoding breakout box based on ADS' OHCI-compliant Pyro FireWire technology
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As 8X recorders and media hit the market, Philips demonstrates its next-generation technology.
Posted 05 Dec 2003 / January 2004 By
Disc Makers has launched CD Self Service, a new Web-based service that enables users to place CD duplication orders online.
Posted 01 Dec 2003 / December 2003 By
For new entrants into the NLE market, a relatively unknown vendor is just as likely to get their business as a market mainstay, which means a product like Magix’ Movie Edit Pro 2004 can sink or swim on its own merits—which, incidentally, are legion.
Posted 21 Nov 2003 / December 2003 By
Synopsis: MyDVD 5 Studio Deluxe is the finest all-purpose CD/DVD creation software I’ve seen, offering as near to the best of DVD authoring and CD creation as you’ll find anywhere these days. And with its video editing features, MyDVD 5 essays competence in areas that others don’t even attempt.
Posted 04 Nov 2003 / November 2003 By
Toshiba is working to establish themselves in the DVD recording space, and the 4X SD-R5112--aggressively priced at $189--should put them on their way.
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The professional videography scene got a major shot in the arm in early October when Sony announced its new 3-CCD camcorder, the DCR-VX2100 MiniDV HandyCam.
Posted 14 Oct 2003 / November 2003 By
Pinnacle Systems’ Studio 8 features the extraordinary accessibility, versatility, and powerful functionality to avail even the most mossbacked non-initiate of the wonders of DV editing and DVD authoring. What’s more, it does so in a way that no other “consumer” tool—in terms of ease-of-use, channel, and price ($99)—on the market today does, by integrating DVD authoring directly into the Video Timeline. It’s also sophisticated enough to serve corporate projects, and much of its palette of preset templates are clearly designed to play in the corporate space. EDITOR'S CHOICE
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More than any other tool, ingénue DVD authors are using Sonic MyDVD, thanks to its ubiquity in writable DVD bundles. Sonic also offers MyDVD 4 Video Suite, a fuller-featured version with video editing capability and more. The Video Suite sets the pace for entry-level DVD creation, combining ArcSoft’s ShowBiz digital video editing tool with a number of new and nearly new features keyed to the consumer DVD creation scene: a pleasant palette of menu backgrounds and styles, straight-from-disc editing, and new slideshow tools guaranteed to subsume yet another piece of personal nostalgic indulgence into the DVD world—or, as Sonic puts it, "Your Life On DVD."
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Synopsis: The Reflection CD-5121 accedes to a right honorable spot amidst the pantheon of crowd-pleasing one-to-one duplicators with that special audio-oriented edge. It’s a rip-roaring 16X duper in its own right—a hitherto-unseen achievement at this writing—with awfully handy four-button navigation to get you mode-to-mode with estimable speed and ease. Its extensive diagnostic, disc-counting capability, and PC connectivity give it versatility not always found in the single-disc set. It also makes a nice complement to MediaFORM’s ever more diverse line of CD duplication and production systems.
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QPS Que! USB 2.0 DVD Burner Synopsis: QPS’s new Que! DVD-Recorder is the first drive based on Pioneer’s Editor’s Choice-winning A03 to use a USB 2.0 interface, and the drive and the interface prove mightily up to the challenge at hand. It writes DVD-R at 2X and CD-R/RW at 8X, like all A03 derivatives; it burns seams-bursting DVD-5s in under 29 minutes. The Que! drive also comes with a nifty software bundle, including PowerDVD for DVD playback, Easy CD Creator 5 (standard edition) for CD recording, and medioStream’s wonderful neoDVD for entry-level DVD authoring and recording. Some bundles also include for promotional purposes an unidentified 2-port USB 2.0 PCI host adapter.
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Synopsis: USB Instant DVD is a featherweight plastic box with lots of I/O and, from the looks of things, not much else—besides nifty interior chipware that keeps MPEG encoding out of sight and out of mind. Designed to be a sort of digital-studio-in-a-box, Instant certainly doesn't make your PC into the same sort of video production powerhouse as, say, Final Cut Pro or Premiere, much less higher-priced MPEG encoding hardware. But it captures and encodes full-frame MPEG-2 and delivers it to your hard drive via USB in malleable shape, and comes with software to edit and prepare it for VCD or DVD output. If sadly misnamed "quick and dirty" capture-to-chapter DVD creation is what you have in mind, Instant DVD definitely gets a dirty job done.
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CyClone CDRevo $209 TEAC 40X12X48X CD-W540E $179.99 BenQ 24X32X32X MiniRW $185
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At $1149 for four 4X DVD recorders and remarkably straightforward multidisc duplication software, the Simple Copy 4 is hard to beat as a simple, speedy, low-cost disc-to-disc copier. Installation is quick and easy, and operation is a piece of cake. In testing, burns from hard drive-based disc images proved somewhat chancy, but disc-to-disc dupes worked every time.
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More than any other tool, ingénue DVD authors are using Sonic MyDVD, thanks to its ubiquity in writable DVD bundles. Sonic also offers MyDVD 4 Video Suite, a fuller-featured version with video editing capability and more. The Video Suite sets the pace for entry-level DVD creation, combining ArcSoft’s ShowBiz digital video editing tool with a number of new and nearly new features keyed to the consumer DVD creation scene: a pleasant palette of menu backgrounds and styles, straight-from-disc editing, and new slideshow tools guaranteed to subsume yet another piece of personal nostalgic indulgence into the DVD world—or, as Sonic puts it, "Your Life On DVD."
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