on Thursday announced the release of version 11.0 of the software that powers its HD Suite, HDe and SDe products. Media 100 is a manufacturer of non linear video editing systems that run on Mac OS X and Windows.
New to this release is support for 10-bit uncompressed High Definition (HD) and Standard Definition (SD) video editing and increased system [performance for Mac OS X and OEM video capture cards made by AJA. Also new in the release is improved integration with the Boris FX video effects product line (Boris FX recently acquired Media 100).
The new release also touts more extensive support of codecs and native HD editing capaibilities. HD and SD video can now be mixed in real-time, with format and aspect ratio conversion done in real-time on input and output.
Embedded Serial Digital Input (SDI) audio is now supported, as is hardware-based HD video cross-conversion on the Media 100 HD system, from 1080 to 720 or 720 to 1080. Support is now offered for uncompressed 10-bit and 8bit 4:2:2, DVCPro, DV and JPEG B codecs.
New Media 100 systems start at $2,495. Free upgrades to version 11 will be sent to existing Media 100 HD Platinum Software Updates subscribers beginning this week.