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NAB 2019 – raffles, events, coupon code

It’s that time of year again! Everyone in the video industry is amassing in the Las Vegas desert to socialize, see the newest tech on offer, and hunt for deals! We’ve got your back. Now through April 19th, use the

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EditReady 2.5.4 adds support for Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K RAW

EditReady 2.5.4 shipped today with enhanced Blackmagic Raw support. This release adds decode support for files shot on the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, allow you to use this exciting new format in third party NLEs and existing workflows. Changes:

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EditReady 2.5 – adds clip trimming and Blackmagic raw

EditReady 2.5 is an exciting update that adds a number of frequently requested features and enhancements. This update is recommended for all users. Adds clip trimming – set in and out in preview to transcode a region of the clip

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ScopeBox 3.5.6 released – adds Premiere 2019 ScopeLink support

We’re happy to announce the release of ScopeBox 3.5.6 today, featuring the addition of Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019 as a supported ScopeLink sources. Full change list below: Adds Premier Pro CC 2019 ScopeLink source. Fixes bug that could cause

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EditReady, ScopeBox and ClipWrap macOS 10.14 Mojave support

On September 24th, Apple released macOS 10.14 Mojave. We wanted to write a quick blog post outlining Mojave support in divergent media apps, and our plans going forward. We have extensively tested EditReady, ScopeBox, and ClipWrap; and can confirm all

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EditReady 2.1.6 Released

EditReady 2.1.6 is an important update with a number of enhancements and fixes. It is recommended for all users. Adds select all menuitem Fixes audio glitches in some frame rate conversions Fixes bug populating output dimensions in computed filename for

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HEVC support on macOS and iOS

When you record a video on your phone or stream a movie from the web, you’re almost certainly dealing with a video compressed using the H.264 codec. The same group that brought you H.264, the MPEG (Motion Picture Experts Group)

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