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LinuxPR: Linux Media Arts Taking Orders On HDTV & 64 Bit For Hollywood

Aug 14, 2000, 14:06 (0 Talkback[s])

"Linux Media Arts, adjacent to Warner Brothers, Studios, Disney, and Dreamworks, & NBC is perfectly poised to service the entertainment industry. We are announcing our design for a HDTV system and will be demonstrating for sale complete Linux media edit systems to the broadcast and film community in multiple HDTV standards including 1080P." LINUX MEDIA ARTS, in conjunction with LINUX MEDIA LABS has been at the forefront of developing professional video interfaces for the professional film and television broadcast industry, including the LML-33 and the new, LML-66, an uncompressed analog video interface."

"LINUX MEDIA ARTS has designed a cost-effective net workable system that will allow the sophisticated editor to edit audio and film while inserting real-time special effects while using our professional version of BROADCAST, the first commercially available natively written LINUX media editor as well as broadcast titles using our new product, POWER LINUX CG. Therefore, LINUX MEDIA ARTS will market a stand-alone video, audio and FX editor, a stand-alone CG character generator, a stand-alone video still store, a stand-alone server for video clips, all having developed from our research into the needs of the Hollywood community. LINUX MEDIA ARTS will next be demonstrating at the International Broadcasting Conference (IBC) in Amsterdam on September 12 - 15, 2000."

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