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Neil Bennett

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Review:  Final Effects Complete review

Alongside collections such as Boris FX, Final Effects Complete (FEC) has been one of the few sets of After Effects (AE) plug-ins that has lasted ...

Review:  Precision 650 review

The Precision 650 sits at the top of Dell’s workstation range. It sits in a smallish clamshell case, and offers single or dual Xeon processors ...

Review:  DVStorm2 review

It’s been handbags at dawn between Canopus and Matrox over the last six months. The DVStorm2 was announced in September 2002, shortly after Matrox…

Review:  Evo N800w review

For the uninitiated, a mobile workstation is a laptop based around a scaled-down version of a workstation-class graphics card – such as NVidia’s…

Review:  Power Mac G5 dual 2GHz review

There’s no question that this Mac is fast. Rendering Digit’s usual test scene on the dual 2GHz Power Mac G5 – a multiprocessor-aware task that…

Review:  Digital Fusion 4 review

Everyone talks about the market upheavals and price drops in the 3D market, but it's compositing that has gone through the greatest change in the ...

Review:  ChromaFlex review

The Chromatte system from Reflecmedia is designed to make it easier for everyone to own their own chroma-keying facility – and the company has…

Review:  Mokey V2 review

The first time you see Mokey, it blows you away. The application’s standard tutorial removes a skateboarding child from a piece of standard…

Review:  XM2 review

The XM2 is the bastard offspring of the popular XM1 and the ubiquitous XL1s DV camcorders. It builds upon the hand-held body of the XM1, ...

Review:  ProCoder review

ProCoder will be instantly familiar to anyone with experience of Discreet Cleaner. The user imports files, sets the output parameters, and leaves…

Review:  RT.X100 review

Matrox pioneered the sub-£1,000 real-time editing system with the RT2000 back in May 2000 (reviewed in Digit 23), but since then, the RT2000 – and…

Review:  Precision M50 review

The Precision M50 sits in the same case as its predecessor, the M40, with the same excellent 15-inch, 1,600-x-1,200-pixel UltraSharp screen – but…

Review:  Multiscan X82 review

The Multiscan X82 is the latest 18-inch LCD monitor from Sony, a company that has built a reputation for creating stylish LCD and CRT monitors ...

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