Shave Video, the video editor for OS X, releases new major upgrade

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[] New York City, New York - Interfacelab has released a major upgrade to their flagship video editor, Shave. Shave is the fastest and simplest video editing app for OS X on the market today. Version 1.43 brings better Lion compatibility, watermarking, gesture support, direct import from your iPhone or camera and a host of other new features.

Designed to quickly trim and clean up videos, it's the better alternative to iMovie or Final Cut Express, and an awesome addition to your professional workflow for prepping footage for Final Cut Pro or Avid. Shave lets you clean up your iPhone videos before uploading YouTube or Facebook, batch convert files for use on the web, cut/chop/splice video for import into Final Cut Pro or Adobe After Effects, extract your favorite scenes from your favorite movies quickly and easily, edit and upload screencasts and much much more.

Feature highlights:
* Quickly and easily edit your video using cut, copy and paste
* Frame accurate editing
* Quickly scan and jump through video using the keyboard
* Trim, split and extract video with a single command
* Export to AVI, Windows Media, QuickTime, H.264 and MPEG-4
* Batch convert a ton of formats to AVI, Windows Media, QuickTime, H.264 and others
* Full screen playback and editing
* Full keyboard control, edit video without moving your mouse
* Easily upload videos to Facebook, YouTube and Flickr
* Frame accurate scrubbing by clicking and dragging

Perfect for:
* Trim and tighten your iPhone videos before uploading to your favorite social media
* Batch conversion of video for use on the web
* Cut, chop and splice video before importing into Final Cut Pro, After Effects, etc.
* Extract your favorite scenes from your favorite movies easily and quickly
* Edit your screen casts and podcasts with the quickness and then directly upload to YouTube

New in version 1.42:
* Lion full screen support
* New image exporter for exporting a movie to individual PNG/TIFF/Jpeg files
* Fixed encoding window floating issues
* Rate slider is now in sync with the movie's playback rate
* Return to normal playback speed by pressing command =
* Fix for inserting image where duration was ignored
* Improved Lion support
* Easy watermarking of your videos
* New batch encoding UI
* Batch encoder uses substantially less memory
* Saving fixes and improvements
* Import directly from your camera or iPhone
* Add audio files to your videos
* Easily insert files directly at the start, end or current position
* Edit the in, out and duration of your selection with the keyboard
* Create a selection by command click/drag in the trim/progress bar
* Fully functional movie properties: disable tracks, extract or delete them
* Dock icon displays a progress bar when batch encoding
* Various other small fixes

System Requirements:
* Mac OS X 10.6 or later
* 4.9 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Shave Video 1.42 is only $9.99 USD and available worldwide through the Mac App Store in the Video category, or via PayPal directly from the Shave Website. Review copies are available upon request.

Interfacelab is a New York City based consultancy focused on Apple technologies, specifically desktop and iPhone application development. Founded in 1995, Interfacelab has been providing solutions for clients such as Barclays, R/GA, Foote Cone & Belding, Pfizer, NBC and others. Copyright (C) 1995-2012 Interfacelab LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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