NAB 2005 Day -1

This post was published more than a few years ago (on 2005-04-18) and may contain inaccurate technical information, outmoded thoughts, or cringe takes. Proceed at your own risk.

This morning was the Apple “Special Event”, at which they reminded us of Tiger’s emminent release (with QuickTime 7, including 24 simultaneous audio track capture!), and announced the new versions of Final Cut Pro 5 (with Multicam and native HDV support), Motion 2 (whose most impressive new feature seems to be its ability to use MIDI input for live manipulation of effects parameters), Soundtrack Pro (an impressive new product for mixing and sound design) and DVD Studio Pro 4 (which does HD-DVD authoring).

4 thoughts on “NAB 2005 Day -1”

  1. Well, the boss was already gone to get it by the time I got down there, and when he got back, he didn’t volunteer the information. 😛

  2. Ah. I thought “unknown” meant “Woah, how did this get in my mouth?”
    (which really isn’t such an outlandish question in Vegas.)

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