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  1. Samsung to ramp up OLED production

    Samsung SDI has announced its intention to spend US$529 million boosting production of OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) displays by mid-2009. The plan is to multiply production levels by six times.

    There is a growing market for active-matrix (AM-OLED) displays, with advantages such as better quality, slimmer size and increased energy-efficiency over LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) screens.

    Samsung seem to be enjoying their lead into the world of OLED. Their grammar ...
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  2. The slow, painful move to HD camcorders

    I notice that JVC has announced a new series of consumer HD camcorders, including the GZ-HD40 and GZ-HD30. These camcorders both record in 1920x1080 and support MPEG-2 as well as AVCHD recording (see the press release, detailed info and photos).

    I've been quite frustrated by the move from DV to HD in the consumer market.

    When DV (or more specifically MiniDV) arrived on the consumer market it was a Godsend. Finally, a standard digital format that provided consistent ...
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  3. Premiere Pro, MPEG Files & Missing Audio

    Over the past couple of weeks I've been involved in a project that used a variety of camcorders, most of them Sony HDD (hard drive) camcorders that record in MPEG format. If you've ever tried to use these camcorders for editing, there's a fair chance you've discovered that the recording format isn't easy to work with. In particular, we struck the common problem that the MPEG files lose their audio when imported into Adobe Premiere Pro.

    The reason for this is that Premiere Pro doesn't ...
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  4. Final Cut Server Now Shipping

    CUPERTINO, California—April 8, 2008—Apple® today announced that Final Cut® Server, a powerful software solution for media asset management and workflow automation, is now shipping. A scaleable server application, Final Cut Server automatically catalogs large collections of assets, allows searching across multiple disks and SAN volumes and enables viewing, annotation and approval of content from anywhere using a PC or Mac®.

    Final Cut Server is available immediately through the Apple ...
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  5. Sony HDR-TG1: The world's smallest HD camcorder

    Sony Corp has unveiled the new HDR-TG1 Handycam®, described as the world's smallest and lightest high-definition camcorder.

    According to Sony the HDR-TG1 is a full-featured camcorder that can record 1920 x 1080 HD video and 4-megapixel digital photos directly to Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo™ or PRO Duo Mark2 media cards.

    The full press release with more pictures can be seen at news.sel.sony.com
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