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September 26, 2005

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MOVAVI Releases EnhanceMovie 2.0

Video Enhancement Software Automatically "Polishes" Home Videos.

EnhanceMovie 2.0 is a handy, inexpensive, brainlessly-simple software that automatically cures any digital video from common problems - colors off balance, blurred picture, interlacing video or the "too dark" syndrome, among other things.

The program has two major advantages. The first one comes in the form of multiple auto filters that automatically "polish" video with one button click. Importantly, program users don't need to know anything about video editing or restoration in order to dramatically improve quality of their digital videos. EnhanceMovie 2.0 does it all seamlessly, without user intervention.

The second advantage is an option to select a part of the video (interval) that needs to be edited, and apply necessary filters only to that section. In addition to auto filters, the program offers multiple professional filters, such as DeNoise, Auto White Balance, Deblocking (for working with analog videos) and many others.

Plus, EnhanceMovie 2.0 has several artistic filters that will make home videos look very unusual. These are Mosaic, Posteraise, Grayscale, Invert, and they can be used to make home videos look like an old 30s movie or very futuristic.

EnhanceMovie 2.0 is available at for free download. The cost of registering program is 49.95 US Dollars. Free e-mail support is available to users who need additional assistance with using the program.

MOVAVI is a small software company, formed by a group of digital aficionados, dedicated to making video editing as simple as brewing coffee or using a blender. The company flagship product EnhanceMovie is already making head wave and attracting a large crowd of followers among amateur digital camcorder owners.

System Requirements: Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP

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