NewTek has announced a new video editing application, SpeedEdit, which it claims enables editors to work faster than traditional NLEs. It has also launched version 5 of its Video Toaster (VT) live production studio and released a ‘pro’ version of its Tricaster portable live presentation system.
SpeedEdit is a resolution-independent NLE that supports formats including MPEG-2, HDV, DV, QuickTime, Flash and more, in all framerates and resolutions. Editors can mix SD and HD clips in the same project, with real-time previews, and capture and output media via FireWire.
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