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Articles tagged with: editing

Sony Creates The World’s Thinnest Camera-Sony DSC-TX55

When it comes to superb image capturing, Sony‘s Cyber-shot series is on top of it. Every year, Sony comes up with some very cool digital cameras for the photo lovers.

This time Sony has created what they claim to be the world’s slimmest camera, the Cyber-shot DSC-TX55. The camera is just 12.2 mm thick being 5 mm less thicker than the Sony’s DSC-TX10.

Team Fortress 2’s New Feature: Replay Editor

Team Fortress 2 players, listen up! There’s a new in-game feature called the Replay Update that allows gamers to record their best moments and later edit the footage. If you’re a pro sniper, tactical demo-man, or all-out backstabbing spy, make sure you record your awesome footage so you can share it with all your friends!

With the new Replay Editor, you can show people how many legitimate headshots you can earn at the start of a round and even make use of different camera angles, motion blur and antialiasing. Probably the coolest part of this new feature is that gamers…

Final Cut Pro X Due In June

Apple previewed Final Cut Pro X on Tuesday, the newest version of the very popular Final Cut series. The announcement arrived at the Final Cut Pro User Group Network Supermeet, held during the the Las Vegas 2011 National Association of Broadcasters Show.

The company claims that Final Cut Pro X has been rewritten from scratch, supporting 64-bit, a new user-interface, as well as a bunch more features. The new software makes use of the Mac OS X core and popular features like Cocoa, Core Animation, Open CL, and Grand Central Dispatch have been implemented to speed up and enhance performance. Even with all the changes,

Google Cloud Connect – Collaborate Seamlessly

Google just released Google Cloud Connect, a software plug-in that moves Office files to Google Docs. With the plugin you can save the files to Google Docs and have them available all the time no matter where you are, reducing the confusion of which version is the most recent. It also gives you the ability to collaborate on documents. For example, your colleagues in Miami could edit the file’s table of content while the creative director, who works from Dallas Texas adjust formating. This reduces the need to send documents back and forth as email attachments making collaboration seamlessly despite not working from the same location.