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a now obsolete prosumer video-editing software developed by Apple Inc.
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the forth major version of the Adobe's multimedia software suite since it was renamed to Creative Suite.
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the free open source 3D content creation suite, available for all major operating systems under the GNU General Public License. Add this tag to your question if it's related with this prod…
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a digital audio workstation program with an emphasis on live performance and looping.
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extensible software components designed to work within another piece of software. They typically add functionality or processing options to the built-in features of the software.
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A maker of camera gear.
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Image sensors, as used on still and video cameras.
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Sound that comes from two sources, usually speakers or headphones, creating a dimensional effect. This is the most common target for audio recordings. This tag is for questions that deal specifically …
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a technique used to switch from one source to another.
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an interface standard used for connecting external devices to computers. It is similar in concept, but not in implementation, to USB. Firewire is frequently used …
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The visual clarity of an image through an optical system, or the process of affecting it.
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the process of adjusting frequency levels within a signal. On this site, it refers generally to adjusting frequency content in audio. Use this tag for questi…
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a 3D modeling, animation and rendering application developed by MAXON Computer GmbH of Friedrichsdorf, Germany. It is capable of procedural and polygonal/subd modeling, animating, lightin…
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The fitting attached either to the end of a cable, or the receptacle. E.g., RCA, XLR, TRS, BNC, HDMI, etc.
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A measure of the clarity and/or cleanliness of an audio signal. There can be both objective and subjective measures. It can refer to any point in the audio chain, from source, through recording and …
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the ratio between the width and the height of a video asset.