Matt and Saxon from our audio team were on hand for the S4's first live demo in the UK, and managed to get hands-on with the kit. Here’s what they thought.
If you’ve outgrown your current console and aren’t sure that the S6 is right for you, you might want to take a look at the S4, the latest addition to Avid's lineup.
The colour fidelity grading requires has kept clients and colourists firmly in the suite, with little of the flexibility editors enjoy. Until Streambox.
If you’re looking for a portable control surface with plenty of potential, the S1 is actually an excellent and affordable choice. Let’s take a look at its best features…
Ahead of IBC, Rohde & Schwarz have confirmed that they’ll be focusing on Ethernet, not Fibre Channel.
The new version of Avid’s flagship software was released this June – with plenty of benefits for video professionals.
The new model has a larger sensor, higher resolution and better shallow depth of field than any other Pocket Cinema Camera.
So given that EIZO's ColorEdge HDR grading monitors are so universally well thought of, how do you know which one is right for you?
Avid have released two new interfaces: the large form, semi-modular S4, and the streamlined S1, bringing the power of the S6 into smaller rooms.
With display technology advancing all the time, it’s hard to keep up with the latest and greatest additions to the lineup of monitors available to you.
Once upon a time, choosing the right Avid licence was easy. There was one version of Media Composer. You ran it on the most powerful workstation you had.