PRESS RELEASE: Movavi Launches New Movavi VideoSuite 7
Movavi, a leading developer of multimedia processing tools, today launched the latest version of its flagship product Movavi VideoSuite 7.
Moscow (PRWEB) June 6, 2009 -- Movavi, a leading developer of multimedia processing tools, today launched the latest version of its flagship product Movavi VideoSuite 7.
Key improvements in the product, largely driven by user feedback, include optimization for greater throughput and productivity as well as a more intuitive user interface. Additionally, Movavi VideoSuite is now accessible to a broader audience through the availability of Spanish, French, Italian and Japanese language versions in addition to the existing English, German, and Russian products.
The video conversion module has been developed for use with multicore processors and H.264 format files. Support for a range of audio formats has been added, along with the ability for users to record CDs and DVDs.
In response to the ever-growing use of mobile devices for creating and sharing videos, Movavi has integrated its Media Octopus technology into the suite. Among the tools now available to users to work with mobile video content are:
Video download from YouTube and other video hosting services, with the opportunity to subsequently convert those files into a format supported by mobile devices;
Support for iPod players, PSP, USB portable media players and many popular smart phones;
The ability to transfer video files from mobile devices to the user's computer for backup purposes;
Users also have significantly more functionality at their disposal with regard to editing videos and clips from online services;
All Movavi Video Suite 7 modules support video from popular video hosting sites;
Users can edit and convert YouTube and other videos in HD format, as long as the source video supports this format;
The improved video editing timeline interface gives users the opportunity to incorporate "transparency" effects as well as provides access to more flexible options for soundtrack work.
"The new version of Movavi VideoSuite greatly expands users' ability to work with online video," said Natalia Khudyakova, Movavi's CEO. "Support for popular online video services is integrated into all modules now, and the inclusion of our new Movavi Media Octopus technology provides considerable assistance in the management of video content on mobile media devices. Our goal, as always, has been to provide for users' ever-changing needs, and with Movai VideoSuite 7 we believe we have met, even exceeded that goal."
Movavi VideoSuite provides a comprehensive solution for all types of PC-based video processing requirements. Users can load and convert video from a digital VCR, easily edit and enhance video output files for a wide range of fixed and mobile devices, and transfer entire projects to optical discs or mobile media devices.
Movavi is also pleased to announce that more than one million copies of Movavi Video-Suite and Movavi Video Converter were downloaded during 2008, and the company is on track to reach 1.2 million downloads during 2009.
Movavi VideoSuite 7 is available now on the Movavi website and a number of third-party sites and is priced at $59.99.
Movavi was established in Novosibirsk in 2004 and now has offices in both Moscow and Novosibirsk. Since 2004, the company has established a successful business selling software developed internally and focused on the continually growing market for easy-to-use, professional-quality multimedia tools. During its first five years, Movavi has become a global player, successfully competing for business amongst home computer users, businesses, and educational institutions against established developers of video and audio processing software and mobile devices and cell phone content delivery providers. This success is due to the company's skillful development of effective channels and controlled expansion.
For further information, visit www.movavi.com.
(First posted on Monday, June 8, 2009 at 11:13 EDT)