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Cinematize Pro 2 for the Mac Available

Cinematize Pro 2 for the Mac Available

by , 11:30 AM EDT, July 19th, 2006

Miraizon announced the immediate availability of Cinematize 2 Pro for the Mac on Wednesday. Cinematize 2 Pro is a Universal Binary application that lets you extract content from movie DVD discs for use in other applications like Final Cut Pro, iMovie, and Keynote. It lets you extract movie clips, audio, subtitles, video title menus, and supports batch extraction, video recording files on DVD-VR discs, exporting with QuickTime chapter markers, custom codec compression settings, and more.

Cinematize 2 Pro is available at the Miraizon Web site, and is priced at US$129.95 as an electronic download. It will be available on CD for $149.95 soon.

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