Media 100 will announce its first-quarter 2003 results on April 3 at 11am (4pm UK time).

As well as results company executives will addres product sales, and offer guidance for the second quarter. The meeting will be led by Media 100 president and CEO John Molinari and chief financial officer Steve Shea.

The company announced its plans to demonstrate its resolution independent HD/SD (High/Standard Definition) editing solution at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) next month.

The product lets users convert footage between SD and HD formats in real-time, and permits resolution-independent mixing of both HD and SD source material, the company said.

Apple will also have a major presence at NAB 2003. The company will offer a special presentation discussing its strategy for video products at the show.

Apple announced DVD Studio Pro 1.5 and Cinema Tools 1.0 at last year's show, just two months after it acquired 3D-applications developer Nothing Real and its industry-standard compositing application, Shake.