Video And Editing archive

  • CES 2008: Panasonic launch two new HD camcorders
    Cameras

    CES 2008: Panasonic launch two new HD camcorders

    By 6 January 2008

    Panasonic has announced two new full-High Definition 3CCD camcorders, the HDC-HS9, a hybrid model that can record to either an SD (or SDHC) Memory Card or its built-in 60-GB hard disk and the HDC-SD9, the world's smallest and lightest SD card High Definition...

  • CES 2008: JVC launches new Everio camcorders
    Cameras

    CES 2008: JVC launches new Everio camcorders

    By 6 January 2008

    JVC has announced a host of new camcorders for the new year. The releases are headed up by a fresh range - the Everio hard disk camcorder line. These new models are claimed to be the market’s smallest hard drive camcorders. All offer new functions that...

  • CES 2008: Sanyo Xacti HD700 and HD1000 camcorders launched
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    CES 2008: Sanyo Xacti HD700 and HD1000 camcorders launched

    By 6 January 2008

    Sanyo has launched two new HD digital camcorders at CES in Las Vegas. The new models the Xacti HD700 and Xacti HD1000 offer 720p and 1080i resolutions respectively. The Sanyo Xacti HD700 is 16% smaller and 10% lighter than the company's HD2 camcorder...

  • Creation Station webcam review
    Cameras 1 out of 5

    Creation Station webcam review

    By 25 December 2007

    It promises to allow you to "become an instant Movie Star with Creation Station" but can the Creation Station live up to the claim? We get filming to find out. Creation Station promises to let you make and appear in your own movies, music videos, games...

  • Hercules Dualpix Exchange webcam review
    Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Hercules Dualpix Exchange webcam review

    By 21 December 2007

    Do you need to spend a fortune on a webcam to get the chance to talk to others over the web? Hercules don't think so and have created the Hercules Dualpix Exchange webcam. At £24.99 does it compete with the big boys? We get filming to find out. Understandably...

  • Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 webcam review
    Cameras 4.5 out of 5

    Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 webcam review

    By 20 December 2007

    Logitech's latest webcam promises to pack a real punch and make keeping in touch with your family or friends a real doodle, but does it? We get video calling to find out. The Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 sits at the top end of the company's webcam offering...

  • Microsoft Lifecam VX-7000 webcam review
    Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Microsoft Lifecam VX-7000 webcam review

    By 11 December 2007

    Microsoft's Lifecam VX-7000 is a 2 megapixel webcam designed for use with either your desktop computer or laptop but does it offer you good video conferencing? We get video calling everyone in our contacts book to find out. Sporting a 2 megapixel camera...

  • Apple releases Final Cut Express 4
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    Apple releases Final Cut Express 4

    By 16 November 2007

    Apple has released Final Cut Express 4, an upgrade to its video editing software based on Apple's Final Cut Pro 6. Final Cut Express 4 adds support for the latest AVCHD cameras, allows mixing of standard and high definition content on a single timeline,...

  • Skype and Logitech offer High Quality video calling
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    Skype and Logitech offer High Quality video calling

    By 30 October 2007

    Following Skype's announcement yesterday with mobile phone operator 3, Skype has announced today the launch of "high quality" video with the help of Logitech. Skype hope that the new offering will challenge professional video conferencing packages for...

  • Philips SPC1300NC Webcam review
    Cameras 4 out of 5

    Philips SPC1300NC Webcam review

    By 26 October 2007

    It seems no matter what you buy these days that it comes with a webcam built-in and we’re all looking for that next YouTube moment. However, if you really want to have fun online then it pays to invest in something a little more impressive than the...

  • Chewing gum sized camcorder launched
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    Chewing gum sized camcorder launched

    By 24 September 2007

    Next time someone offers you some chewing gum they might be actually recording video of you. Called the Micro-Camcorder, the super compact video/audio camcorder is smaller and lighter than a disposable cigarette lighter. This Micro Camcorder records Hi-Resolution...

  • X-oom Internet Movies 3 YouTube Edition review
    Online 3 out of 5

    X-oom Internet Movies 3 YouTube Edition review

    By 4 September 2007

    It seems that video clips are no longer the preserve of "You’ve Been Framed" as everyone and his brother is now posting them on social sites such as YouTube and MySpace. However, getting your video clips from your mobile phone has always been a little...

  • IFA 2007: Corel adds BDMV and AVCHD support to Ulead software
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    IFA 2007: Corel adds BDMV and AVCHD support to Ulead software

    By 3 September 2007

    Corel has announced its Ulead DVD MovieFactory and Ulead VideoStudio are the world’s first DVD editing and authoring applications to achieve certified support of both Blu-ray Disc Movie Video (BDMV) and Advanced Video Codec High Definition Standard...

  • RedOne starts shipping
    Cameras

    RedOne starts shipping

    By 27 August 2007

    The company behind the video camera that is promising to revolutionise documentary and movie film making has said that it is shipping its first 25 units out into the industry this Friday. Costing a cost $17,000, the Red One will have an 11.4 megapixel...

  • Adobe announces "Moviestar" update for Flash Player 9
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    Adobe announces "Moviestar" update for Flash Player 9

    By 21 August 2007

    Adobe has announced the latest update for Adobe Flash Player 9 software, code-named Moviestar, which includes H.264 standard video support - the same standard deployed in Blu-Ray and HD DVD high definition video players - and High Efficiency AAC (HE-AAC)...

  • Canon say its batteries aren't "up to scratch"
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    Canon say its batteries aren't "up to scratch"

    By 20 August 2007

    Canon has admitted that the 1-hour battery life for its new HG10 HD Hard Disk Drive camcorder isn't good enough. The news comes as the company launched the new £1000 40GB hard drive camcorder to the UK as part of its autumn collection in London. "We...

  • Creation Station launched for YouTube wannabes
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    Creation Station launched for YouTube wannabes

    By 25 July 2007

    Vivid Imaginations has launched what its calling the "Creation Station" a video software and editing package that allows users to make and upload YouTube videos at the press of a couple of buttons. Readers of Pocket-lint hoping to create there very own...

  • Pinnacle Studio Plus 11 - PC review
    Cameras 4.5 out of 5

    Pinnacle Studio Plus 11 - PC review

    By 24 July 2007

    It would seem that video editing is all the rage at the moment with Corel and Pinnacle both releasing new versions of their software at the same time. This latest package from Pinnacle certainly offers plenty of material, as it spans two DVDs. To be fair,...

  • Sony Net-Sharing CAM launched for internet video fans
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    Sony Net-Sharing CAM launched for internet video fans

    By 17 July 2007

    Sony has launched a new camcorder that is aimed squarely at allowing bloggers and social networking fans, like those of its new Crackle site, to share video on the net. The new Net-Sharing CAM from Sony will allow users to upload short video clips to...

  • Samsung announces new MiniDV and DVD camcorders
    Cameras

    Samsung announces new MiniDV and DVD camcorders

    By 17 July 2007

    Samsung has launched a new range of MiniDVD and DVD camcorders today in the UK. The new models are the MiniDV Samsung VP-D37x series and DVD camcorders the Samsung VP-DC17x series and Samsung VP-DC575WB. Samsung say the new models boast a series of features...

  • Nintendo DS Camera to launch in Japan
    Gaming

    Nintendo DS Camera to launch in Japan

    By 4 July 2007

    After much speculation as to the possible uses of the DS’ GBA slot, a camera has been launched for the Nintendo DS in Japan. Not too much is known about the camera apart from what can be seen in the photo – that it is white and slots into the GBA...

  • Logitech turn to Carl Zeiss to improve webcam performance
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    Logitech turn to Carl Zeiss to improve webcam performance

    By 28 June 2007

    Our sister site Photographypress.co.uk is reporting that webcam maker Logitech and Lens maker Carl Zeiss has announced a collaboration to improve webcam image quality. Following in the footsteps of Nokia with its camera phones, the keyboard and mouse...

  • Creative Live!Cam Optia AF webcam review
    Cameras 4 out of 5

    Creative Live!Cam Optia AF webcam review

    By 24 June 2007

    Creative have long been known for its webcams (my first webcam in 1999 was a Creative) but has the company lost its way with the barrage of alternatives available from the likes of Logitech or Philips? We get recording to find out. Claiming to be the...

  • Canon HV20 camcorder review
    Cameras 4 out of 5

    Canon HV20 camcorder review

    By 8 May 2007

    With the world going high-definition, is only fair to expect any footage you shoot should be too. The HV20 is Canon's second HD camcorder aimed at consumers and builds on the pocketable HV10. But has the upgrade added anything of any worth? We get filming...

  • Creative Live! Cam Optia AF  focuses in on the picture
    Cameras

    Creative Live! Cam Optia AF focuses in on the picture

    By 27 April 2007

    Creative has upped the ante in the world of webcams by launching a new auto focusing model with a 2 megapixel sensor. Called the Creative Live! Cam Optia AF is according to the company the world's first webcam to offer auto focus technology and a true...