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New Telestream components
Telestream (Booth SL-2781) today announced expansion of the Flip4Mac Pro product line to include new import support for disk-based cameras and media servers into Final Cut Pro for editing. The company added a new Import Component for Grass Valley Infinity Series line of IT-immersed products for electronic newsgathering and field production as well as announced that Import/Export Components for Grass Valley Profile video server and K2 media client and media server systems will soon be available. These new components include support for Intel-powered Macs and Mac Power PCs. The new Flip4Mac Components and enhancements are being demonstrated in Telestream at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) convention, which runs from April 24-27 in Las Vegas.
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