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Dennis Hissink : January 11th 2006 - 15:20 CET

Apple iPod supported by Photo to Movie software


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AppleApple iPod supported by Photo to Movie software : LQ Graphics, Inc., a leading provider of digital imaging and video solutions, announced a new release of Photo to Movie that creates video content for the new Apple iPod. With Photo to Movie, consumers and Podcasters can quickly and easily create amazing movies for the iPod. "Our customers use Photo to Movie to produce video content for DVDs, the Web, email and slide shows, and now these same movies can be viewed on the iPod," said Chris Meyer, president and CEO of LQ Graphics, Inc. "We believe this release benefits our customers and Apple's customers, because now professionals and consumers can easily create dramatic new content for the iPod."
Apple iPod supported by Photo to Movie softwareiPod video - Photo to Movie
Photo to Movie offers an easy-to-use interface that delivers the full power of "Ken Burns' Motion Effects" with no learning curve. In minutes, users create high-quality movies that include titles, music, and transitions. Photo to Movie uses proprietary algorithms to optimize each frame to eliminate flicker. "Here at MSI Productions, we are expanding our product offerings to include iPod video music production services, and Photo to Movie's new iPod rendering option will dramatically improve the quality of the productions we create," said Alan J. Hendry. "Photo to Movie is a fantastic product."

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Photo to Movie is used in a variety of ways. Individuals create entertaining slide shows of vacations, family gatherings and other significant events. Businesses and educators use Photo to Movie to create compelling presentations, product and service promotions, and training materials. Photographers, computer graphic artists, Web developers and other professionals use Photo to Movie to enhance their work by creating DVD photo albums and montages. With the ability to directly import the superior movies generated by Photo to Movie into professional editing systems, such as Avid, Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut and Sony Vegas, film and video professionals use Photo to Movie to create commercial advertisements, documentaries and narrative movies. Now, all of these projects can also be viewed on the iPod. LQ Graphics also developed the Motion Pictures product currently bundled with Roxio's Toast Titanium product.

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Optional accessories designed for the new iPod include: Universal Dock for $39 (US), giving users easy access to a USB port for syncing, IR support to work with the Apple Remote and a variable line out and S-video connections for integration within the living room; Apple Remote for $29 (US), providing wireless integration to the Universal Dock and quick and easy access to controls from across the room; Apple iPod AV cable for $19 (US), enabling television viewing of video content in full-screen; the iPod Camera Connector for $29 (US); and Apple Socks for $29 (US) providing six vibrant color socks to dress up and protect your iPod.





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