Avid will offer the first major preview of the Macintosh version of Avid Xpress DV v3, its new complete real-time DV editing studio at the upcoming NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) conference in April.
As we reported Monday, Avid plans to release future versions of Xpress DV for both Mac OS X and Windows.
Avid Xpress DV is the company’s solution for non-linear editing. Avid Xpress DV’s toolset includes professional video editing, effects, audio, titling, compositing, graphics, interoperability and digital delivery tools. The software supports a variety of DV cameras and decks, as well as a number of video transcoders.
NAB 2002 will be held April 6-11 in Las Vegas. NAB is the conference and exhibition for the converging electronic media communications industries. Produced annually in April by the National Association of Broadcasters, the NAB Show serves up a showcase of digital communications technologies including every element of television and radio broadcasting, film/video production and post production, audio production, multimedia, the Internet, satellite and telecommunications.