In 2002 Media 100 Cost $25,000 Now in 2015 You Can Grab It For Just $99

Back in 2002 Media 100 had made the decision to make two versions of its editing programme, the super expensive 844/Xe and budget 844/Xi. Media 100 lowered the price of its second tier editing system to $24,995. Of course in those days editing software had to come with hardware and 3rd party add ons that one simply had to get to make the NLE programmes to function, so you could have ended up paying around $40,000+.

Fast forward to present day and you can expect to pay a measly $99 to grab the Media 100 non linear editing system.

Media 100 is fast, full-featured video editing software for Mac OS X.

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Featuring an easy-to-use, responsive interface and broad support for 4K, 2K, HD, and SD standards, Media 100 delivers broadcast-quality output for tape and file-based workflows.

Media 100 supports dozens of video standards in 4K, 2K, HD, and SD resolutions at frame rates from 23.98 to 60 frames per second. In addition, acquisition interfaces for AVCHD, AVC-Intra, FireWire, Panasonic P2, and Sony XDCAM are provided – as well as support for video I/O interfaces from AJA.

Now with support for Yosemite!

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