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MacroMind MediaMaker box

MacroMind MediaMaker was an early video editing and compositing program released in late 1990 by MacroMind, the predecessor of Macromedia.[1]

FeaturesEdit

MacroMind MediaMaker - 1990 Product Demo

MacroMind MediaMaker - 1990 Product Demo

The package contains two application "modules":[2]

  • MediaMaker Collections assembles a library of media elements with visual thumbnails of each segment.
  • MediaMaker Sequences allows the user to assemble and edit the segments in up to four tracks.[2] A print-to-tape feature can output the project to videotape for presentations,[3] though not at broadcast quality.[1] Video hardware is not included.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Digital F/X, Macromind To Unveil Video Editors by Paul Worthington, InfoWorld, p.34. 1990-07-30.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Vendors Unveil Video Publishing Software by Nico Krohn, InfoWorld, p.34. 1991-01-21.
  3. New Products | Software applications packages, ComputerWorld, p.56. 1990-10-15.

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