Muvee Brings 3D Video Editing to Android
Muvee, a maker of video editing technology for Symbian and Windows Mobile, recently released a suite of HD editing tools for Android called CODEN (Compressed Domain Editing Engine). This week, at CTIA, they’ve announced the addition of 3D video editing to CODEN.
Video editing has been an area where Android could use improvement, and it’s nice to see Muvee getting ahead of the curve on 3D editing, with 3D-enabled Android devices like LG’s Optimus 3D and G-Slate just starting to hit the market.
Note that Muvee does not make apps distributed directly to users but rather tools for OEMs and developers to use in adding video editing capabilities to their products.
Source: press release
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