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Cinematize 2 Gets Intel Mac Support

Cinematize 2 Gets Intel Mac Support

by , 11:20 AM EDT, August 29th, 2006

Miraizon announced the immediate availability of a Universal Binary version of Cinematize 2 on Tuesday. Cinematize is a utility that lets you extract content from DVD movie discs. In addition to native support for Intel and PowerPC-based Macs, Cinematize 2.06 also preserves the full frame size for MPEG-4 files, adds the ability to save intermediate files, and includes bug fixes. It is priced at US$69.95, and the update is free to current version 2 users.

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