[center]Grass Valley Edius 6.07 Build 0706 (x86/x64)
Grass Valley Edius 6.07 Build 0706 (x86/x64) | 2.62 GB
The new version of one of the best professional software for video processing. EDIUS supports the real-time video material in almost all known formats, as well as with uncompressed video.
Minimum System Requirements
Any Intel Core 2 or Core iX CPU. Intel or AMD single core CPU with a 3 GHz processor speed or faster (multiple CPUs and / or multi-core CPUs are recommended). SSE2 and SSE3 instruction set supported.
1 GB RAM (4 GB or more recommended)
6 GB of hard disk space is required for installation (including third-party software)
Drive with ATA100 / 7,200 RPM or faster is necessary for video storage:
Available HDD disc space should be twice the size of the file to be edited
RAID-0 is recommended for HD resolution editing
A graphics card supporting higher resolution than 1024x768 (32-bit), Direct3D 9.0c or later, and PixelShader Model 3.0 or later is required
For SD editing: 256 MB or larger required, 512 MB or larger recommended
For HD editing: 512 MB or larger required, 1 GB or larger recommended
A sound card with WDM driver support is required
Required for software installation
Blu-ray Disc writer, DVD-R/RW or DVD + R / RW drive is required when creating Blu-ray Discs or DVDs
Free USB port (1.1 or higher) is required for security key
Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit)
Windows Vista (SP2 or later, 32-bit or 64-bit)
Windows XP (SP3 or later, 32-bit)
The program provides an opportunity to work with an unlimited number of layers containing audio, video, data or effects. Projects created in EDIUS, you can save by using your own codec Canopus HQ, which is able to encode with a variable bit rate.
No other NLE gives you so much versatility combined with sheer speed of editing. EDIUS � supports real-time editing of all popular standard-definition (SD) and high-definition (HD) formats. Edit anything.
New features in EDIUS 6 include:
10-bit editing support
2K/4K resolution support
Free-shape mask filter
16 camera multicam editing
Proxy mode workflow
Canon XF format and EOS movie format support
Exporting in AVCHD format to a media card
To see more of the new features of EDIUS 6 in action, visit our EDIUS 6 Feature Showcase.
Work natively with many different video formats, such as Sony's XDCAM, Panasonic's P2, Ikegami's GF, and now Canon's
XF format and EOS movie format
Windows 7, Windows XP, and Windows Vista support
Fast, flexible user interface, including unlimited video, audio, title, and graphics tracks
Real-time editing and conversion of different resolutions, as high as 4K/2K resolution to as low as 24x24
Real-time editing and conversion of different frame rates, such as 60p/50p, 60i/50i, and 24p
Proxy mode workflow by switching timeline between proxy / hi-res mode
Nested timeline sequences
GPU-accelerated 3D transitions
Real-time effects, keyers, transitions, and titles
Multicamera editing of up to 16 different sources simultaneously
Direct to Blu-ray Disc and DVD timeline export
Export in AVCHD format to a media card
High-value software bundle includes filters, effects, image stabilization, and VST audio plug-ins
The procedure for treatment
Put Edius 6.01 running setup.exe from the folder EDIUS6_601 (S / N: 555555-HYPJP015G6G0JFC3).
Not running Edius, agree to restart. *
In the properties devcon.exe put the bird on the "Run this program as administrator"
Run as administrator install.cmd.
Agree to install the driver is not certified
If everything is properly done, it should appear in the tray icon installed a new device, and blinked at the end indicate that the device has been successfully installed (or after you restart the report).
Go to "Device Manager" and if there are no devices with exclamation mark in USB section is the SafeNet device, then you probably have all turns out right.
Restart. Maybe something doustanovit.
Put the update Edius 6.07 and agree to restart.
Enjoy the program
* The 64-Bit'nyh systems before booting press F8 and win'dy boot mode without checking the driver signature.
Version 6.07 (Release: 04/04/2012)
Fixed issue with sequences disappearing in Bin when consolidating the timeline using "Remove unused clips in Timeline".
Fixed issue with switching other applications to EDIUS being slow when a lot of QuickTitler clips are placed in Bin.
Fixed issue with QuickTime 7.7 when exporting files for iPhone and iPod the exported files did not include audio.
Fixed issue with clips being recognized as offline clips when a HDD was formatted and then replaced with same clips.
Fixed issue with EDIUS crashing when applying emboss to a title clip.
Fixed issue with tearing noise appearing when adding transitions to clips with alpha.
Fixed issue with importing MXF clips made in Omneon servers.
Fixed issue with HiRes clip with corresponding P2 proxy not being transferred from Bin.
Fixed issue with EDIUS crashes when adding mask filters before the layouter in a 10bit project.
Fixed issue with blending frame being output in a frame base (progressive) project with progressive clips and applying slow motion.