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Old November 16th, 2009, 01:37 AM   #16
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In anticipation of a release I have put up a website to provide more information:

vMix - Software Video Mixer

The first Beta will be posted on the web site when it is completed.

All queries should now be directed to info@vmix.com.au

(I hope it is ok to post it here, it will be a free public beta, the success of the beta will determine if it becomes a commercial release or not)

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Old November 16th, 2009, 09:31 AM   #17
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Very cool, can't wait to try it!
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Old February 16th, 2010, 12:33 PM   #18
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Avtake cut four

I have been using avtake cut 4 ver 3 and 4 for the last 8 months. it is stable and great for broadcast tv or anything else (taped)720x480 I can vouch that its great!

The new ver dv3 is even greater it has a new interface and new capabilities.

The so called DV has a unusable 0.5s delay for live applications is no true. I do sports and talking heads with no problem. I use firewire repeaters and get up to 120 feet from computer with no problems (using cat five) however i could use most any analog to fw converter in the market.

I like dv because its less taxing on system and better image than composite, its comparable to component.

This product is ready providing your hardware is. The new version comes in dv and sd flavors/ you can do interlace or progressive/ pal or ntsc/4x3 or 16x9, you can use the tempec codec. You can broadcast simultaneously to the internet.

For sd or hd you need decklink or black magic intensity cards then you can capture in composite,component,hdmi,dv soon 720,1080 all in interlace or progressive, pal or ntsc, 4x3. - 16x9.

And you can simultaneously broadcast internet

You can output to deck or screen. You can also tape to an HDD

There is nothing like it in the market. Check it out avtake.com
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Old February 18th, 2010, 10:29 AM   #19
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I have been using avtake cut 4 ver 3 and 4 for the last 8 months. it is stable and great for broadcast tv or anything else (taped)720x480 I can vouch that its great!

The new ver dv3 is even greater it has a new interface and new capabilities.

The so called DV has a unusable 0.5s delay for live applications is no true. I do sports and talking heads with no problem. I use firewire repeaters and get up to 120 feet from computer with no problems (using cat five) however i could use most any analog to fw converter in the market.

I like dv because its less taxing on system and better image than composite, its comparable to component.

This product is ready providing your hardware is. The new version comes in dv and sd flavors/ you can do interlace or progressive/ pal or ntsc/4x3 or 16x9, you can use the tempec codec. You can broadcast simultaneously to the internet.

For sd or hd you need decklink or black magic intensity cards then you can capture in composite,component,hdmi,dv soon 720,1080 all in interlace or progressive, pal or ntsc, 4x3. - 16x9.

And you can simultaneously broadcast internet

You can output to deck or screen. You can also tape to an HDD

There is nothing like it in the market. Check it out avtake.com
No HDMI = do not want. Sorry. :(
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Old February 18th, 2010, 12:54 PM   #20
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hdmi yes

Yes it does have hdmi providivg you have the capture cards it captures in dv,hdmi,composite,component and by summer 720/1080.

It works both interlace and progressive.

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