Independent Filmmakers Now Gain True 24 Frame-Per-Second Acquisition and Editing Plus Highest Quality Direct-To-Disk Recording From The HVR-V1U’s HDMI Output

Solana Beach, Calif., March 12, 2007 – CineForm ®, Inc. announced today that all of its products now include special software support for the unique features offered in Sony’s HVR-V1U HDV camcorder and its companion HVR-DR60 hard-disk recording unit, including 24p editing modes and direct-to-disk recording from its uncompressed HDMI output. CineForm’s real-time inverse telecine software offers independent filmmakers, producers, and event videographers the ability to edit material recorded using either of the HVR-V1U’s 24p modes as a true 24p project. Further, the uncompressed HDMI output from the HVR-V1U may be recorded direct-to-disk on location into professional-quality CineForm Intermediateâ„ ¢ files, bypassing the highly-compressed HDV tape format. Recorded files are immediately available for editing using Windows software including Adobe ® Premiere ® Proâ„ ¢ and Sony Vegas, with support for Mac OS X and Final Cut Pro coming soon. read more...

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