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SYPHAnews - 24 July 2007

Welcome to SYPHAnews - a free newsletter designed to keep you up-to-date with nonlinear audio and video, HD production and post production equipment, and digital video camera news, as well as developments at http://SYPHAonline.com.

We will deliver this service to you every month - unless there is some major news we think you should know about sooner. To unsubscribe, please follow the instructions below.


Apple Final Cut Studio 2. Editing Unleashed.
Final Cut Studio 2 puts a powerful new version of Final Cut Pro at the centre of an integrated post-production workflow.


New at SYPHAonline.com

We are in the process of spring-cleaning the DAW Buyers Guide - everything will be renewed in time for a relaunch in September 2007. If you manufacture a digital audio workstation or tapeless recorder, including turnkey systems and card and software packages, then please complete the online form.

We will also be relaunching the HD Kit Guide. This features production and post production HD equipment. Manufacturers are entitled to a free listing by completing the online form. For information about sponsorship and advertising opportunities please email sypha@syphaonline.com or call +44 (0)20 8761 1042.

Camera news

Toshiba and Ikegami Tsushinki Agree to Capital Alliance Aimed to Strengthen Collaboration in Broadcasting Systems Business (24/7/2007)

Telecast Fiber Systems Shows New CopperHead DLV3X1 Camera-Mounted Dual-Link Fiber Optic Transceiver at IBC 2007 (23/7/2007)

S.two Corporation demonstrates DFR4KT Digital Field Recorder with Dalsa Origin 4K cameras at Cine Gear Expo 2007 (9/7/2007)

Codex Digital announces ground-breaking portable field recorder (4/7/2007)


Grass Valley
Presents the Infinity series of IT-based acquisition, recording, and storage devices: real high definition, really open, really affordable.


NLE news

Ross Video debuts new line of SoftMetal Video Servers at IBC 2007 (16/7/2007)

Quantel at IBC 2007 (16/7/2007)

Avid Announces Departure of CEO David Krall (16/7/2007)

NewTek Ships New SpeedEDIT Version 1.2 (11/7/2007)

Adobe Ships Creative Suite 3 Production Premium and Master Collection (11/7/2007)

EditShare Ships Version 5.0 (4/7/2007)

Digital Anarchy Releases ToonIt! for Turning Film/Video Footage Into a Cartoon Look (4/7/2007)

Sony Announces the VAIO RM1N Ultimate HD Workstation (4/7/2007)

HD news

The Foundry previews major Nuke release and Furnace for Final Cut Pro at IBC 2007 (23/7/2007)

Telestream Announces FlipFactory Summer Specials (23/7/2007)

Focus Enhancements Ships HX-1 Portable HD Video Switcher (23/7/2007)

Streambox Debuts SBT3-9100 HD Video Transport at IBC 2007 (16/7/2007)

da Vinci Systems certifies DVS-SAN for Resolve and Revival (11/7/2007)

Panasonic delivers BT-LH80W 7.9" HD/SD production LCD monitor (9/7/2007)

The Foundry announces NUKE 4.7 with 30% price reduction and full OFX support (9/7/2007)

da Vinci shows Resolve Digital Mastering Suite at IBC 2007 (4/7/2007)

DAW news

Steinberg Teams with Retailers for Cubase LE Crossgrade Special (23/7/2007)

Zaxcom Shows New Deva 5.8 Hard Disk Audio Recorder at IBC 2007 (16/7/2007)

Merging Technologies Open UK Office (11/7/2007)

Digidesign Ships Structure Professional Software Sampler (11/7/2007)

Lynx ships LT-FW FireWire card for Aurora converters (9/7/2007)

Sonifex Debuts RB-SC2 192kHz Sample Rate Converter at IBC 2007 (9/7/2007)

SYPHA-supported events

BIRTV 2007
22-25 August 2007
CIEC, Beijing, China
The must-attend industry exhibition in Asia! BIRTV is China's most prestigious exhibition in the industries of content acquisition/creation/ production and distribution. For the past 20 years, BIRTV has grown to be the premier show of this kind throughout China and Asia. This statement is proved by the quality and number of products and items being exhibited; by the continuous participation of the top exhibitors and manufacturers and by the record attendance of professionals and interested visitors.

IBC 2007
RAI, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Conference: 6 - 10 September 2007
Exhibition: 7 - 11 September 2007
If you are looking for all of the latest technologies and developments as well as more added value than ever before, then IBC 2007 is the place for you. The hot topics will be D-Cinema, Mobile TV, and IPTV. These will be prominent on the exhibition show floor and refected in the IBC conference.

EEBC Telecom & Broadcasting
KyivExpoPlaza, Kiev, Ukraine
27 - 29 September 2007
This is an annual international exhibition for the region of Eastern Europe and CIS countries. The exhibition will cover on telecommunications, broadband systems, Internet, television, and broadcasting products, services and technologies, and the conference will focus on "Progress Trends in Technologies and Business of Infocommunication Operators in Central and Eastern Europe."

PALME India 2007
NSE Exhibition Complex, Mumbai, India
4 - 6 October 2007
PALME India 2007, now in its 2nd year, is India's premier exhibition of professional sound, light, music, audio-visual and systems integration technologies. The event has a history of offering companies the opportunity to showcase their products and services in one of the fastest growing and most lucrative markets in the world.

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