3D Video Editing Available to Android Handsets
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Mar 23, 2011, 7:50 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Muvee Device Solutions Group recently made new software available to Android handsets that will allow users to edit uncompressed HD 3D video content directly on the handset. Editing compressed video files is made possible by muvee's CODEN (Compressed Domain Editing Engine) technology, which bypasses the need to decompress video before making basic edits. The muvee application supports video editing on 2D and 3D content at 720p HD. This software is not available to individual customers. Rather, it needs to be integrated into handsets by the manufacturer and carrier. Muvee has made the related SDKs for 3D video editing available to the companies that make and sell phones.
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