Truevision announced a trade-up program aimed at TARGA owners looking to move up to the company's new TARGA 2000 DTX and RTX digital video systems. Both the DTX and RTX are cross-platform, open systems solutions that work with the industry's leading non-linear editing applications including Avid's MCXpress for Windows NT and Scitex Digital Video's SphereOUS for MacOS.
Current owners of TARGA 2000 PCI systems can trade-up to TARGA 20000 DTX for $3,495 and TARGA 2000 RTX for $4,495, while owners of TARGA 2000 Pro systems can trade-up to DTX for $2,995 and RTX for $3,995. Trade-ups are available now exclusively through Truevision's network of PRO Dealers.
"Truevision continues to provide its customers with the most powerful open systems digital video solutions while protecting their investment," said Lou Doctor, Truevision's president and CEO. "Truevision has launched a new family of broadcast quality desktop video systems featuring unsurpassed performance and we are excited to offer these increased capabilities to current TARGA 2000 users."
TARGA 2000 DTX, a PCI-based video authoring solution, delivers broadcast-quality Component YUV video at CCIR 601 resolutions at data rates up to 400KB/frame. TARGA 2000 RTX offers a similar feature set but comes configured with a radical new dual-stream video architecture, which delivers real-time 2D digital video effects (DVE) processing. The TARGA series is the performance leader with single stream data rates at over 12MB/s and dual stream playback at over 15MB/s.
Truevision is the leader in desktop video for business and broadcast and offers a full range of videographics products for personal computers, including Apple Power Macintosh and Microsoft Windows platforms. The company pioneered the videographics industry in 1984 and remains a market and technology leader.
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