June 7, 2010 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Los Gatos, California - DVDxDV today is pleased to announce the release of DVDxDV Pro 2.1 for MacIntosh. DVDxDV Pro is software that rips unencrypted standard definition DVDs into Quicktime compatible video files. DVDxDV Pro 2.1 can now convert DVDs into High Definition 1080i video for use in Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere and iMovie HD. In addition to editing systems, DVDxDV Pro supports conversion to the MP4 format for use in the iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Apple TV. DVDxDV Pro will convert to any Quicktime compatible codec, as well.
Widely used in the television and film industry around the world, DVDxDV Pro has been used to create video for broadcast television shows and feature films. Its high quality video output has made it the industry standard for creating DVD demo reels for actors, writers, directors and cinematographers. Because DVDxDV Pro works with DVDs any broadcast format such as PAL or NTSC, DVDxDV Pro can read and convert DVD content from any country.
DVDxDV Pro is easy enough to use for people who are new to video editing. DVDxDV Pro is used to re-edit home movies that were transferred from film, VHS, DV and other formats to DVD. DVDxDV Pro converts these DVDs into Quicktime files that can be imported into iMovie HD for editing. After editing, the finished video can be exported to a new DVD.
Pricing and Availability:
DVDxDV Pro is priced at $80 (USD) and can be purchased directly from the website.
Based in Los Gatos, California, DVDxDV is a privately-held company founded in 2004 by President and CEO, Brad Wright. With over 14 years of software engineering experience Brad has spent the last seven years creating professional audio and video production software for the Macintosh. DVDxDV products are used world-wide through-out the broadcast television and film industry. It's high quality video conversion products have been used on The academy award winning film, An Inconvenient Truth, PBS Frontline, Speed Freaks TV and many more. Copyright (C) 2004-2010 DVDxDV. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Final Cut Pro are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.