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15 December 2004

Realviz announces new pricing for MatchMover Pro

Realviz, a leader in image processing software development, has announced the introduction of a new pricing structure for their acclaimed tracking software, MatchMover Pro.
MatchMover Pro, now available for $3500, is the professional way to track 3D camera data and motion from videos and film sequences, providing the ease of automatic tracking, with the precision control matchmoving professionals demand. The new pricing will take effect from December 2004 and accompanies the release of version 3.1 of MatchMover Pro.
The primary new developments in this new version relate to the introduction of the motion capture (MoCap) capability, with improvements to the central tracking engine at the heart of the application, and overall usability of the software.
Additional developments also include a script editor based on Perl, bringing greater flexibility to high-end users. Additional modules are currently also in development, and are slated for release in 2005.
"Matchmoving has become an essential part of any post-production chain, and most large production studios select MatchMover Pro based on its capability to excel in all situations, even the most complex, with maximum efficiency," said Dominique Pouliquen, Realviz CEO. "In order to address the needs of the market and to maintain the leading edge of this world-class product, we have redefined the pricing for MatchMover Pro. The unbeatable combination of this great product and the new pricing structure will ensure that MatchMover Pro becomes a must-have software in any postproduction house!"
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