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Muvee's logo. Click here to visit the Muvee website! PRESS RELEASE: muvee Demos Breakthrough Music Trimming Feature Included with Latest Release of muvee Reveal Home Movie-making Software at CES

Users Enabled to Easily Create Their Own “Remixed” Music Track from Multiple Songs

LAS VEGAS, NV - January 4, 2010 – (Virtual Press Office) - muvee, the pioneer and leader in home movie-making software and services, today announced at CES it will demonstrate the new music trimming feature included with the recently released automatic video editing software, muvee Reveal™ version 8. Fully integrated with the muvee Reveal software, the new Music Trimming Tool can be used with multiple music tracks¹ to create personalized musical collages that enhance the mood or action of the video. The demonstrations will be provided at muvee’s CES location, North Hall #N253, Pod #3402C. Booth visitors will also see demonstrations of the time-saving tool that can be achieved with muvee Reveal’s latest optimization of NVIDIA® CUDA Graphics Processor Units (GPUs) and the benefits of its new output to Apple’s iPod with automatic iTune sync².

The new Music Trimming Tool was developed in keeping with muvee’s commitment to taking the complexity out of movie making and making it easy enough for even the most inexperienced users. The company’s fast, automated approach also appeals to consumers who want to quickly create and share professional-looking home movies with friends and family, but don’t have the time to edit.

“In earlier versions of muvee Reveal, users were able to use multiple songs, they had to always start the song from the beginning,” explained Terence Swee, muvee CEO. “Now, with the new Music Trimming Tool, you can select the middle section of the first song, the last section of the second song, etc. and muvee Reveal will seamlessly stitch the multiple music segments together, automatically cross fading between the tracks. You can even ask Reveal to normalize the volume between music segments so you get a consistent sounding medley in the end to use as the bed for your production.”

muvee Reveal and the new Music Trimming Tool support all of the most popular music formats, including MP3, WMA, WAV and AAC (Quicktime® required). After selecting or creating the music track, muvee Reveal’s patented video production technology automatically syncs the user’s photos and video clips to the beat of the music.

For more information visit muvee in the Mommy Tech Pavilion at CES in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center in pod # 3402C.

Availability and Pricing
muvee Reveal version 8 is available online at Costco.com, Amazon.com and at www.muvee.com with a suggested retail price of $79.95. A free 15-day trial and discounted upgrades from previous versions are also available at the muvee webstore. Compatible with Windows® XP, Vista and Windows 7, the software comes complete with 10 styles, including a new Kinetic style. Styles allow the user to enhance the mood of their home movies with special effects and transitions. Additional stylePacks can be purchased at www.muvee.com. muvee also offers OEM versions of muvee Reveal in multiple languages bundled with PCs, digital cameras, camcorder, mobile phones, digital photo frames, and portable media players and hard-disks.

About muvee
Since 2001, muvee has been developing software and services featuring patented technology that lets people create and share professional-quality instant home movies out of unedited video, photos and music. muvee develops consumer products for a range of platforms and devices including PCs, Online (shwup.com), digital cameras, mobile phones and photo kiosks. muvee’s global customers include HP, Dell, Nokia, LG, Olympus, Nikon and Creative Technology. Visit www.muvee.com and www.shwup.com for more information.

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  1. Commercial music is covered by copyright, even when it is used for home videos.

  2. Apple QuickTime required for saving to iPod.

(First posted on Monday, January 4, 2010 at 09:22 EST)

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