Edius Pro 6.5 now with Full 3D and Free Trial
Grass Valley (San Francisco, CA, USA) has begun shipping the latest version of its EDIUS multiformat nonlinear editing software. EDIUS Pro 6.5 now includes a comprehensive stereoscopic 3D editing workflow and cross-platform codec support.
EDIUS Pro 6.5 is complete with 3D stereoscopic editing tools and new 3D support across its editing peripherals. The full family of 3D compatible Grass Valley editing peripherals — such as the STORM 3G and STORM 3G Elite editing hardware (with stereoscopic 3D I/O through a single 3G SDI source and/or dual 3G SDI signals) — are now all supported from the EDIUS timeline.
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EDIUS Pro 6.5 software also includes many new features such as 10-bit editing support, 2K/4K support, free shape mask filter, and 16-camera multicam editing. EDIUS continues to be the world's fastest editor when mixing formats such as MPEG-2, H.264, and DVCPRO all on the same timeline.
Grass Valley is making its intermediate codec technology freely available to other third-party applications. In addition to the PC-based HQ/HQX codecs, a QuickTime version of Grass the HQ and 10-bit HQX codec (for Windows and Mac platforms) is now available as a free download.
EDIUS software also provides support for virtually all industry-standard equipment and formats, including the new Canon XF format and Canon EOS movie format. Supported input formats include P2, XDCAM, GF, AVCCAM, NXCAM, QuickTime, and Windows Media. It also supports all DV and HDV cameras and decks and 3D post production.
Edius 6.5 accepts directly streams encoded with Panasonic and Sony stereoscopic 3D cameras.
All 3D encoding methods Supported
EDIUS software and hardware supports all of the most common stereoscopic modes, including the side-by-side, top and bottom, and line-by-line display methods. It also incorporates 10-bit color correction, a new Flash exporter, several improvements to the Layouter tool, native image stabilization, a built-in loudness meter and closed-caption pass-through support.
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