Drastic Technologies Holiday 2013 Newsletter

Drastic Technologies Holiday 2013 Newsletter. Our seasonal greetings from the end of the year 2013, stay well and see you next year.

happyholidays 2013

 

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and

a great New Year to all our

friends.

 

Drastic is pleased to announce several new features, and just in time for the holidays! Here are a few high points:

 

REDucation/YouTube

Drastic supports RED camera's REDucation initiative, which offers fully immersive, hands-on, and practical training of the RED camera systems for both on set and post production practices. For details on this initiative, you can view the RED website: http://www.red.com/reducation

 

IO Industries RAW Video Support

DrasticPreview and MediaReactor Workstation now support IO Industries' RAW video format for preview/playback and as a source for transcodes, providing a camera-to-edit pipeline with uncompromised quality and ease of workflow. For details on this format and its advantages, you can view the IO Industries' website: http://ioindustries.com/

 

Magic Lantern RAW and MLV Support

DrasticPreview and MediaReactor Workstation now support Magic Lantern's RAW and MLV file format for preview/playback and as a source for transcodes. This allows access to the high quality Magic Lantern files within all major editing packages, as well as providing a feature-rich preview and output solution for review and collaboration. For details on this format and its advantages, you can view the Magic Lantern website: http://www.magiclantern.fm/

 

Leitch/Harris LXF Support

DrasticPreview, MediaReactor Workstation and MediaNXS now support Leitch/Harris' LXF file format for preview/playback and as a source for transcodes. Eliminate the proprietary bottleneck and directly play and access your LXF files for editing, transcode and output. For details on this format and its advantages, you can view the Harris Broadcast website: http://harrisbroadcast.com/

 

MXF AS-02 Support

DrasticPreview, MediaReactor Workstation and MediaNXS now support the MXF AS-02 format for preview and playback and as a source for transcodes. MXF AS-02 output and recording will be coming Q1 of 2014!