Grass Valley Edius 6 Update 6.06 and Tutorials
Grass Valley Edius 6 Update 6.06 and Tutorials | 2.3 GB + 353 MB + 1.12 GB
6 nonlinear editing software is designed to meet the requirements of
both a broadcast production environment and the independent editor
requiring the highest quality, ease of use, and fastest finishing
possible. Grass Valley editing systems are the fastest way to finish
content, whether for news, sports, entertainment, documentary, or
This update contains numerous improvements, bug fixes, and is an official localized version.
This package can only upgrade an existing system. That is, you will
need to have installed EDIUS v6.00 software. If you are installing on a
fresh system, you will need to first install from your original EDIUS 6
media and then apply this update. You will also need to have your
security dongle inserted.
Improved feature so that waveform cache can be created even for material included in ReadOnly disc such as CD/ DVD.
Improved feature so that ON/OFF to generate waveform cache can be selected when registering clip.
feature to create waveform cache so that waveform cache of clip existed
on removable media and network drive can be created in project folder.
Supported XDCAM Station.
Fixed issue with EDIUS being crashed while displaying waveform cache.
Fixed issue with being unable to write back clip to SxS cards formatted by camera which supports XDCAM EX v1.28.
Fixed issue with being unable to read specific MP3 file.
Fixed issue with being unable to partially transfer HQ MXF clip.
Fixed issue with only the last clip being restored when restoring multiple offline clips by capture.
Fixed issue with EDIUS being terminated by normalization during playback of the clip with multiple audio channels.
issue with being unable to properly save parameter which has been
configured in PartialTransfer Page of User Setting Dialog.
issue with EDIUS being crashed by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + F while
selecting multiple clips with multiple video filters.
Fixed issue with information of captured audio wave file being sometimes incorrect.
Fixed issue with EDIUS being crashed when downloading XDCAM HiRes file from SourceBrowser.
issue with start timecode of timeline sequence not being properly
displayed when reading K2 List with DropFrame timecode or Program.
Fixed issue with EDIUS being freezed when capturing XDCAM or HDCAM connected with STORM 3G Elite via HDSDi.
issue with unintentional error message being appeared when a file which
has been injested by EDIUS is divided into 3 or more files.
issue with waveform cache being re-created when reloading project after
waveform cache of Proxy was created in a project which has HiRes and
Fixed issue with a dialog to prompt file save being displayed whenever offline clip is registered in a project.
About Grass Valley LLC.
a bold statement, but a true one. As the world's premiere broadcast and
professional solutions supplier, Grass Valley has over 3,000 active
broadcast customers, and tens of thousands of professional users
generating content using Grass Valley tools.
For more than 50
years, Grass Valley has been, and continues to be, at the forefront of
on-air and production innovation, creating some of the most accomplished
products and services available in the market. With hundreds of
patents—with many representing the most fundamental technologies that
drive our industry—numerous Emmy® Awards, and countless other industry
accolades, today's Grass Valley is built from best-of-breed pioneers
making it the most progressive video equipment manufacturer and
solutions provider in the industry. Grass Valley is also the only
manufacturer providing equipment throughout the entire content creation
chain—with cameras, switchers, routers, editors, servers, production
automation systems, and more.
Our comprehensive portfolio spans a
wide range of sophisticated solutions satisfying the needs of
broadcasters, TV production facilities, and professional video users
throughout the world. Our employees, R&D centers, manufacturing
locations, and sales and services offices in every major country in the
world all have one goal: providing best-in-breed products and services
for content production and facility infrastructure.
About Grass Valley Canopus Edius 6
6 comes with support for a new proxy-based workflow and support for
export in MXF formats to servers and professional file-based devices
such as P2/XDCAM/GF and Canon XF.
EDIUS 6 software also includes
many new features such as 10-bit editing support, 2K/4K support, free
shape mask filter, and 16-camera multicam editing. EDIUS continues to be
the world's fastest editor when mixing formats such as MPEG-2, H.264,
and DVCPRO all on the same timeline. EDIUS is WYSIWYG, seeing the full
image preview while preserving the original image quality, with no loss
of resolution or frame rate. EDIUS enables real-time playback of three
or more streams without special hardware (verified in Grass Valley tests
on computers with the latest Intel CPU).
Incorporating all of
the real-time editing capabilities and features included with EDIUS Neo,
EDIUS software also provides support for virtually all
industry-standard equipment and formats, including the new Canon XF
format and Canon EOS movie format. Supported input formats include P2,
XDCAM, GF, AVCCAM, NXCAM, QuickTime, and Windows Media. It also supports
all DV and HDV cameras and decks and 3D post production.
unrivaled video transcoding technology, EDIUS software performs
conversion between different HD and SD resolutions, aspect ratios, and
frame rates—all in real time. It also features real-time playback of all
effects, keyers, transitions, and titles, and can export projects to
any format or medium, including Blu-ray Disc and DVD video.
More info: http://www.grassvalley.com/
What's new in Grass Valley Canopus Edius 6.05:
The following issues are fixed or improved in this version.
- Time Code incorrect when printing to HQ/HQX file
If EDIUS prints to HQ or HQX file with certain settings and the file is then imported into a T2 iDDR, the Time Code is not read.
- Default parameter type for key frame in filter setting is changed
The default parameter type for key frame has been changed from Bezier to Linear in the filter setting dialog.
- Canopus DV AVI file cannot be played in Windows Media Player
EDIUS converts from a Microsoft DV AVI file to a Canopus DV Codec AVI
file, Windows Media Player cannot play the converted file.
- Shape lost when moving certain shapes in mask filter
Part of shape is lost if moved in the mask filter.
- Incorrect H.264 file created with "MEDIAEDGE/HDMA4000” preset
If H.264 file is printed using "MEDIAEDGE/HDMA4000” preset, HDMA4000 cannot play the printed file.
- Off-line clip issue with consolidate function
Clips become off-line if checked-out project is consolidated using the "Clean up” option.
- Context menu unavailable after audio file is dragged and dropped into Bin
If an audio file is dragged and dropped into the Bin, the context menu of the audio file no longer appears.
- Cannot restore off-line clip when checking out with certain options
Off-line clip cannot be restored if the project is checked out with "Only Timeline” option checked.
- Clips not imported when checking in project
If clips are added to a checked out project with partial transfer, the project is checked in without importing the added clips.
- Noise displayed if certain parameters used in Quick Titler
Noise occurs if a positive number is entered as ‘Light Z’ of the Emboss parameter in QuickTitler.
- Playback issue with audio recorded using voice-over function via STORM 3G
Audio playback stutters if the audio is recorded using the voice-over function via the STORM 3G HD-SDI input.
- Cannot save PinP settings as user preset
PinP settings cannot be saved as a user preset.
- Cannot choose current Time Code while editing
Current Time Code cannot be selected if you mount a clip which is being in simultaneously edited in player window.
- Cannot monitor timeline audio with STORM 3G voice-over
Timeline audio cannot be monitored while running voice-over with the STORM 3G card.
Name: Grass Valley Canopus Edius
Version: 6.05 32bit & 64bit (Full Retail)
OS: Windows XP / Vista / Seven
Size: 2.3 Gb
Video2brain – Getting Started with EDIUS 6
the nonlinear editing system from Grass Valley, "is shockingly good to
edit with and beautifully easy to use,” says editor, filmmaker, and
author Maxim Jago. "But there are a few core techniques, technologies,
and tips that will make a massive difference to your editing experience,
and that’s where these lessons come in.” In Getting Started with EDIUS
6, Maxim guides you through the complete workflow, from setting up the
interface and importing media to working with effects, audio, and
titles. You’ll also get lots of tips and techniques for managing,
organizing, and outputting your projects.
Topics covered in this workshop include:
* Adding, removing, moving, and trimming clips
* Editing multiple media types
* Using the audio mixer
* Applying and adjusting transitions
* Working with titles and graphics on the Timeline
* Outputting to multiple media
adds, "Many EDIUS users are self-trained, which means they often miss
core fundamentals that would make their editing experience that much
better.” So whether you’re completely new to nonlinear editing or
already have some experience with EDIUS 6, you have a lot to gain from
completing this workshop.
The lessons are wrapped in a feature-rich
interface that lets you jump to any topic and bookmark individual
sections for later review. Full-Screen mode provides a hi-def, immersive
experience, and Watch-and-Work mode shrinks the video into a small
window so you can play the videos alongside your application. This
course also includes project files so you can follow along and try out
new techniques as you learn them.
Note: Project Files not included.