Quick Software Notes

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[ This article was first published in the November, 2008, issue of
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Looking to up-res SD video to HD, while maintaining the detail?

Take a look at Topaz Labs — http://www.topazlabs.com/

Looking for software that will stretch the edges of 4:3 material to fit 16:9 sequences while leaving the center essentially untouched?

Take a look at Andy’s Elastic Aspect —


Looking for an FCP logging application?

Take a look at Frameline 47 — http://www.frameline.tv/

Looking for way to import P2 MXF data into Final Cut Pro?

Take a look at MXF4QT — http://mxf4mac.com/mxf4qtimport

Looking for a faster way to import P2 media into Final Cut Pro?

Take a look at P2 Flow — http://mxf4mac.com/p2-flow

Looking for a faster way to import ANYTHING into Final Cut?

Take a look at Loader — http://www.digital-heaven.co.uk/loader/

Looking for a way to get more drives inside a MacPro?

Take a look at ProDrive – http://www.transintl.com/store/category.cfm?Category=2746

Looking for an alternative to SnapZ for screen capture?

Take a look at ScreenFlow – http://www.flip4mac.com/screenflow.htm

Having problems getting Compressor to launch?

Take a look at Digital Rebellion Compressor Repair – http://www.digitalrebellion.com/compressor_repair.htm


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