Marlborough, Mass. - Media 100, a provider of advanced editing systems for the corporate, broadcast, postproduction, and multimedia industries, announced Version 12.0, with support for progressive frame formats and deeper integration with the Boris FX product line.
With version 12.0, Media100 editors will be able to acquire, edit, and master progressiveformats. The enhanced integration with Boris FX plug-ins will enableMedia 100 editors to apply Boris filters and preset effects directlyto individual clips as well as a range of video right from the Media100 timeline.
²With Media 100¹s progressive frame support, users can shoot, edit andoutput in any of the popular progressive frame rate available intoday¹s modern cameras and decks. With the Boris FX integration, theywill be able to edit and create stunning effects right from the Media100 timeline. Never before has the editing industry provided such easyto use integrated effects and editing in one package,² comments DavidColantuoni, Media 100.
Media 100 Version 12.0 includes:
-- Progressive Frame Support -- Media 100 HD Suite and HDe will support: Kona 3/HD Suite Formats - 480p, 720p 23.98 (HD Suite Only), 720p 50,720p 59.94, 720p 60, 1080 PsF* 23.98, 1080 PsF 24, 1080 P 25, 1080 P29.97, and 1080 P 30. All progressive formats playback in real time without rendering.
-- Boris FX Integration
-- Clip effects and transitions can be applied and saved as favorites within Media100 interface.
-- Effects can be processed in 16-bit-per-channel color space for maximum quality and color accuracy.
-- Intel-Mac Acceleration for Effects Creation
-- Boris FX plug-ins take advantage of the latest Mac-Intel processors to render and optimum speeds.
Media 100 12.0 will ship Q3 of 2007. Customers holding valid Media 100 Platinum Software Agreements receive version 12.0 free of charge. Customers can purchase the Media 100 Platinum Software Agreement for $895.