In addition, Cinematize 2.04 for Mac is now fully compatible with the new Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger as well as QuickTime 7. The Windows version now includes full Japanese language localization. A complete list of new features and fixes, free trial software of the new versions, and updaters for existing customers are available at www.miraizon.com/support/downloads.html.
Running on both the Macintosh and Windows operating systems, Cinematize 2 allows users to extract audio and video clips off of any unencrypted DVD and save them in formats compatible with standard multimedia editing software such as QuickTime, iMovie, and Final Cut for Macintosh, and Premiere, Windows Movie Maker, and QuickTime for Windows.
With Cinematize 2, users can extract clips as short as a fraction of a second or as long as a complete movie. Since its release, thousands of customers have used Cinematize to incorporate DVD clips into their PowerPoint and Keynote presentations, to create movie highlights collections, to edit recorded TV programs, or to create audio clips for CDs, iPods, and iTunes, according to Miraizon. More details on the many features and applications of Cinematize can be found at www.miraizon.com/product.
Priced at $59.95, the downloadable versions of Cinematize 2 for Windows and Macintosh can be purchased from the company web site at www.miraizon.com. Users of previous versions of Cinematize 2 can download updaters free of charge. The boxed version of Cinematize 2 for Macintosh is available from the company Web site and through major resellers including CompUSA, Apple Store, Fry's Electronics, Micro Center, J&R, Small Dog Electronics, Tekserve, MacMall, and Amazon.com, as well as through other local Apple specialist stores. The boxed version of Cinematize 2 for Windows will be available soon. The MSRP for the Macintosh boxed version is $69.95.