MotionDSP Inc. announced the release of version 1.1 of its vReveal video enhancement software for Windows users. vReveal 1.1 delivers several new features including even more powerful video stabilisation, support for uploads to YouTube in HD, the first integrated Facebook video uploader in a desktop application of this kind, and DivX output support. And using an optional CUDA-enabled NVIDIA graphics processor (GPU), vReveal can process videos up to five times faster, compared to using just a CPU. Examples of how vReveal’s enhancement features improve the appearance of digital videos are available at the vReveal website.
MotionDSP Press Release
MotionDSP Launches New, More Powerful Version of vReveal One-Click Fix for Digital Videos
Adds Direct Upload to Facebook, Upload to YouTube in HD, DivX Output
SAN MATEO, Calif.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—MotionDSP Inc. announced the release of version 1.1 of its vReveal® video enhancement software for Windows® users. vReveal 1.1 delivers several new compelling features including even more powerful video stabilization, support for uploads to YouTube® in HD, the first integrated Facebook® video uploader in a desktop application of this kind, and DivX® output support. These new capabilities join a host of powerful enhancement features based on the advanced technology of MotionDSP’s Ikena®, unrivaled forensic software used worldwide by law enforcement, military, and intelligence agencies. Available for under $50.00, vReveal is a compelling solution for consumers who want to organize, enhance the appearance of, and share videos captured from handheld camera devices.
vReveal is an amazingly easy, one-click application for quickly fixing dark, shaky, noisy, pixilated, or blurry video clips. Only vReveal offers the patented super-resolution algorithms that can increase resolution, significantly reduce video noise, and provide sophisticated stabilization. Plus, vReveal includes simple editing tools for cropping, rotating, and trimming, and the ability to capture print-quality still images from enhanced videos.
Recognizing the consumer’s desire to easily share high-quality videos, MotionDSP has added new upload, output, and stabilization features to vReveal 1.1:
New Social Network Upload Formats: In addition to the new direct upload support for Facebook, vReveal 1.1 expands the direct upload options for YouTube to include the HD setting as well as the “regular” and “HQ” settings that were previously included.
New Output Formats: vReveal 1.1 adds output support for the popular DivX format and the MJPEG AVI format to the Windows Media (WMV) and uncompressed AVI formats which were previously included.
More Powerful Video Stabilization: Now, users can crank the stabilization setting up to high for very impressive results on super-shaky videos without any black bars around the edges of even the shakiest videos.
GPU Acceleration: Using an optional CUDA-enabled NVIDIA graphics processor (GPU), vReveal can process videos up to five times faster, compared to using just a CPU. vReveal 1.1 expands NVIDIA GPU support to “G80” models (GeForce 8800 Ultra, 8800 GTX, 8800 GTS 640, 8800 GTS 320; Quadro 4600 and 5600).
Japanese Localization – Motion DSP continues to add language support to vReveal, which now supports six languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Japanese.
Examples of how vReveal’s enhancement features dramatically improve the appearance of digital videos are available at the vReveal website at www.vReveal.com.
Compatible with Windows systems, version 1.1 of MotionDSP’s vReveal is available now as a downloadable 30-day trial and for purchase (US$49.99 MSRP) on the vReveal website at www.vReveal.com. The download is less than 9MB. The upgrade is free for owners of previous versions of vReveal.
MotionDSP is a leading innovator in digital video enhancement. MotionDSP’s next-generation software vastly improves the quality of video captured by a wide range of devices—from mobile phones to surveillance cameras. The company’s video enhancement technology is profiled at www.MotionDSP.com.
MotionDSP and mReveal are trademarks of MotionDSP, Inc. All other trademarks and registered trademarks previously cited are the property of their respective owners and are hereby acknowledged.