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IBC 2010: Blackmagic Design ships Da Vinci Resolve on Mac (3 movies)

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IBC 2010: Blackmagic Design ships Da Vinci on Mac

The new DaVinci Resolve 7.0 for Mac now reads and writes all the common Apple ProRes file formats including 4444, 422, 422(HQ), 422 (Proxy) and 422 (LT) directly on the timeline with no conversion required. Colorists can just select the clips in their media storage and DaVinci Resolve will play and grade them in real time, even if there are mixed resolutions and formats on the timeline.

IBC 2010: Blackmagic Design, ECHOLab vision switchers; UltraScope

In August of 2010 Blackmagic Design announced the acquisition of all assets of EchoLab Inc., one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of production switchers. EchoLab has over 35 years of experience in designing and building production switchers since 1974. Thie latest ATEM range of production switchers, now under the Blackmagic Design brand, include cutting edge technology with features such as up conversion on inputs, multilayer SuperSource™ input, Stinger™ transitions, and built in multi-view monitoring, all in a familiar and affordable, fully digital M/E style design.

IBC 2010: Blackmagic Design, UltraScope (continued); HD Extreme 3D, Universal Modular Video Hubs

Blackmagic UltraScope, now for Mac or PC, on-show at IBC. Also on-show, Blackmagic Design Videohub Control for iPad™, a new control panel software that allows Apple™ iPad to become a powerful and attractive XY control panel for all Blackmagic Design Videohub series routing switchers. Plus, the latest model of DeckLink HD Extreme 3D that now includes upgraded HDMI 1.4 for full resolution 3D capture and playback as well as input re-clocking for capture from poor quality SDI sources.

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