Videoguys.com Publishes Series of Reports From NAB 2011
VIDEOGUYS.COM PUBLISHES SERIES OF REPORTS FROM NAB2011 AS RELATED TO THE WORLD OF VIDEO EDITING & PRODUCTION
GLEN COVE, New York – Videoguys.com has been the video editing & production expert for more than 25 years and, in that time, has been to many, many NAB Shows. They've seen thousands of new product announcements, hundreds of new technology releases and met with countless people all involved in the world of video editing and production. This year's show was no different and the Videoguys' techs have been working hard on a series of articles with their impressions from the expo and what the news means for the future.
One of the big stories leading up to NAB2011 was the rumor that Apple had taken over the FCPUG SuperMeet and that they would be showing a sneak peak of the new Final Cut Pro X. Apple didn’t just take over the SuperMeet, they took over NAB. You could not go to a booth or have a meeting without people talking about FCP X. There was a lot of speculation over what would be announced and what exciting news Apple had up their sleeve.
Videoguys is a long-time supporter of the FCPUG and a sponsor of the SuperMeet so we were there along with 1,699 other FCP users and let me tell you – we were blown away by the Apple presentation! The Videoguys' NAB Report, Part I is dedicated to the FCP X announcement, the Videoguys thoughts and the Speculation of what this might mean for video editors of all levels. To read the full article visit bit.ly.
While Apple may have stolen a lot of the buzz from NAB with their Sneak Peak of Final Cut Pro X, that didn’t mean that the rest of the industry sat quietly on the sidelines. Avid, Adobe, Grass Valley and others all had their own updates to talk about. In fact, it looks like we’re entering the first stage of a war for marketshare among the three Big “A”s of editing, Apple, Adobe and Avid. While Apple fired the first shot with their FCPX Sneak Peak, Avid and Adobe still have plenty of bullets left and we must not forget about Grass Valley and Sony who have very viable offerings for the PC. The Videoguys take a look at what each of these manufacturers announced at the show in the Videoguys' NAB Report: Part 2. Read the full article at bit.ly
The third installment in the Videoguys' NAB series will be dedicated to hardware manufacturers like Matrox, Grass Valley and others and will be published in the Guides section online at www.videoguys.com as soon as it is completed.
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