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Integrating PC-based Editing, Compositing, and Graphics Systems into the Digital Studio
In order to take complete advantage of cost-effective PC-based editing, compositing, and graphics systems, it is important to understand the role of the latest compression technologies such as DV, DV50, and MPEG-2, as well as digital interconnect Technologies such as IEEE-1394 and SDTI. Expand
PC-Based Open Architecture Standards: An Overview
Professional video under 32-bit Windows operating systems
This paper describes a software architecture for professional video applications based on the enhanced AVI file format, the Windows NT file system (NTFS), and ActiveMovie that will ensure that manufacturers are able to deliver interoperable, broadcast-quality production tools on 32-bit Windows PCs. Expand
The Movie-2 digital audio/video expansion bus
The use of economical, general-purpose personal computers (PCs) in demanding professional video applications like nonlinear editing, graphics creation, animation recording, three-dimensional rendering, video-on-demand, and commercial insertion continues to grow. Expand