Latest DNxHD codec Stories

2008-09-24 09:00:30

Avid Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: AVID) today announced that customers are rapidly adopting the company's next-generation of HD editing systems, which started shipping in early June. The American Film Institute (AFI), Catalyst Post, CBS, Universal Studios, KFox Television, FOX Sports Network, No Doubt Productions, Raycom Sports, Rhythm and Hues, Telemundo, Wachovia Video Network and Vertical Interval Media are among some of the first sites to purchase and deploy new Avid(R) Media Composer(R) DX,...

2008-09-12 09:00:31

Generating a combined revenue of more than $3.68 trillion at the U.S. box office, the top 28 highest-grossing movies this summer were created by customers of Avid Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: AVID) using systems from at least one Avid(R) brand. From "The Dark Knight" -- the second film in history to top the half-billion dollar mark -- to "The House Bunny," the majority of these films deployed workflows consisting of multiple Avid systems. Among the systems customers used were Avid(R) Media...

2008-08-08 18:00:28

As the eyes of the world turn east for the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, a majority of the sights and sounds of the Summer Games are being produced using HD digital video and audio solutions from Avid Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: AVID). Many of the world's top broadcasters, live sound producers, and composers are using Avid(R), Digidesign(R), M-Audio(R), or Sibelius(R) products to produce and broadcast high-quality images and sounds from Beijing. By leveraging Avid's video editing systems,...

2008-07-18 12:00:52

Avid Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: AVID) today announced that a majority of today's popular film, television and commercial projects such as 2008 Cannes award-winning "Three Monkeys," Discovery Channel's "Deadliest Catch," NBC's "Law and Order," truTV's "Black Gold" and ESPN's "E:60," are finished on Avid(R) DS Nitris(R) systems. With an integrated toolset for advanced compositing, visual effects, conform and finishing, Avid DS Nitris systems enable facility-level customers to work more...

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