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What is your favorite software for designing video content? Share your tips, tricks, and technological genius.

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Comment by Travis Nichols on August 31, 2009 at 8:50am
Blue Pony is a Digital Content creator, we are also a sister company of Apollo Design. Go ahead and check out some of our work!
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Comment by Darren on March 18, 2009 at 1:19pm
I think the guys who developed the Hippotizer are also the ones responsible for Visual Jockey (at least on the software end of things), I was at a demo a few years back and the machine was great then, I am sure it has only become better. Really had a lot of realtime manipulation capabilities.
Comment by Stefan G. on March 18, 2009 at 11:38am
Hi,
Yes i believe Hippotizers`critter' could be a breakthrough piece of tech that gets a whole new market into using media servers... Could end up being one of those standard-issue items for medium size venues etc...
I'm looking forward to the opportunity to put one through its paces...
Comment by JON 9 on March 17, 2009 at 3:14pm
I am a huge fan of the HIPPOTIZER from Green Hippo in London (and TMB in the USA) - and also their new low-cost basic media server, the CRITTER. It's a young company with a lot of energy - and a proven track record for reliability -- I don't mean to sound like an advert - but -- since you asked -- i think their software is the most highly developed and effective in the current market. Since they added internal timeline capability to the existing interface, it means you can do complex programming on the servers without a lighting board -- or integrate it into your DMX network at a very sophisticated level.
Also, if you hook your Hippotizer up to some sort of DVI capture system (I use a DataVideo switcher with a DVI input and HD-SDI output) it becomes a real-time production studio in a box - a super fast way to create video files with complex real time effects that you can then edit.
I used the Hippos when I was the manager of the Projections Department on the Cirque du Soliel production of LOVE - and I've just ordered 58 of them for a new project.
 

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