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    EDIUS Pro 6.5 License Activation Application Note (PRV-4161M) File size: 647.0 KB, posted Jun 28 2012
    How to Capture Using Blackmagic Design Intensity Hardware for EDIUS 6 Application Note —by Alex Kataoka, Product Planning, (PRV-4152M) File size: 694.9 KB, posted Dec 23 2011
    EDIUS 6 Options Application Note —by Jun Yamasaki, Product Manager, (PRV-4141M-1) File size: 640.5 KB, posted Jun 25 2012
    EDIUS 4/5/6 License Manager (EdiusLM.exe) Application Note —by Jenny Pitts, (PRV-4110M) File size: 1.0 MB, posted Nov 16 2010
    How To Edit 3D (Stereoscopic) Video Using EDIUS Application Note (PRV-4089M) File size: 1.1 MB, posted Jun 30 2010
    EDIUS & Quick Sync Video Technology Application Note (GVB-1-0501A-EN-AN) File size: 903.4 KB, posted Mar 31 2015
    Intel Quick Sync Video (QSV) is a feature that has been included in Intel Core processors from the second generation onwards. QSV is a feature of all current Core processors (Core i7, Core i5 and Core i3), and is especially useful for video editing because it significantly accelerates MPEG-2 and H.264 encoding. QVS will improve encoding irrespective of the CPU power available too, which is good news for editors working to a budget.
    EDIUS has been optimized for QSV to give users super-fast H.264 export (for example to Blu-ray, AVCHD or XAVC S). This Application Note describes the workflow of EDIUS with Quick Sync Video.
    Telegenic’s 3D Coverage of the 2010 Ryder Cup for BSkyB’s 3D Channel Application Note —by Andrew Deaker, Telegenic, UK, (GVB-1-0478A-EN-AN) File size: 844.6 KB, posted Nov 07 2014
    Windows 8/8.1 Compatibility for Grass Valley ADVC, EDIUS and Related Products Application Note (GVB-1-0208A-EN-AN) File size: 611.0 KB, posted Mar 13 2015
    Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, has been testing and qualifying products with Windows 8/8.1 and is continuing to do so. This document is a status update of this testing. Future dates and schedules mentioned in this document are subject to change without notice.
    Using EDIUS to Prepare 4K (QFHD) Material for Playback on Two T2 iDDRs Application Note —by Fumiaki Oguru, (GVB-1-0182B-EN-AN) File size: 3.2 MB, posted Feb 02 2015
    With the introduction of affordable 4K cameras, this higher resolution video format — four times the resolution of HD — is becoming increasingly popular for multiscreen events, digital signage and projection mapping. This application note explains how to use the EDIUS nonlinear editing system from Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, to create 4K material for subsequent playback by two synchronized Grass Valley T2 iDDR digital player/recorders.
    Running EDIUS on an Apple Mac Computer Under Boot Camp Application Note —by Steve Leeflang, (GVB-1-0026B-EN-AN) File size: 1.7 MB, posted Mar 31 2015
    Apple's free Boot Camp utility permits installation of Microsoft's Windows 7 or 8 64-bit operating system just as if it were being installed normally on other types of PCs. When running Windows under Boot Camp the user has access to all editing hardware and software, including the Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, EDIUS nonlinear editing program.
    EDIUS for Final Cut Pro 7 Editors Application Note —by Gavin Lucas, Onscreentraining, (GVB-1-0023A-EN-AN) File size: 3.2 MB, posted Sep 26 2014
    EDIUS for DSLR Post Application Note —by Stefan Czech, Stefan Czech Filmproduktion, (GVB-1-0022A-EN-AN) File size: 559.8 KB, posted Sep 26 2014
    EDIUS for Avid Editors Application Note —by Maxim Jago, 123 Training, (GVB-1-0021A-EN-AN) File size: 1.9 MB, posted Sep 26 2014
    Based on Grass Valley® EDIUS® 7 and Avid Media Composer 7