Media 100 today announced plans to conduct a demonstration of a new Mac OS X-based HD/SD editing system at NAB 2003 in April. “The groundbreaking nonlinear system, dubbed Media 100 iHD, incorporates newly-developed HDX Technology (HDX) that features 10-bit uncompressed HD and SD I/O and real-time, broadcast-quality format conversion between any HD and SD formats. With HDX, Media 100 iHD is the first system of its kind to support resolution independent mixing and matching of HD and SD source material in the same timeline plus 10-bit uncompressed native HD editing — at a price expected to be under US$10,000.” The company expects first shipments of Media 100 iHD to start before the end of 2003. Further information can be found in the press release.