VoltaicHD gives Mac users the ability to upload edited AVCHD movies to YouTube and other destinations in full high definition up to 80% faster than iMovie.
Perth, Western Australia (PRWEB) November 19, 2009
Shedworx, a provider of innovative video conversion and asset management software for the Mac and PC, has added support for native AVCHD editing and YouTube uploading to its core product, VoltaicHD.
VoltaicHD now includes a simple but effective high definition movie Editor that allows users to view and trim movies without having to wait for time-consuming conversions. Movies can then be joined together in a batch and uploaded to YouTube, in full high definition.
This new approach to editing means that VoltaicHD gives Mac users the ability to upload edited AVCHD movies to YouTube and other destinations in full high definition up to 80% faster than iMovie.
VoltaicHD requires no movie conversion prior to editing, so movies can be worked on as soon as the AVCHD camera is plugged in to the computer. This means that a movie can be worked on in seconds, rather than the many minutes, or even hours, required when waiting for conversions by products such as Apple’s iMovie and Final Cut Express and Pro.
VoltaicHD supports sharing of edited movies to the AppleTV and iPhone, with more destinations to be added in the near future.
VoltaicHD also supports YouTube 1080p Full HD movie uploads. YouTube's new 1080p HD movie feature is over twice the resolution of its previous High Definition format and is fully supported by VoltaicHD’s Edit and Upload functions.
VoltaicHD continues to support video conversion for all makes and models of AVCHD video cameras, providing a solid and reliable alternative to other video conversion options.
Shedworx.com was established in 2007 and has its headquarters in Perth, Western Australia. It is backed by Systemic Pty Ltd, a Perth-based IT services company. More information on can be found at http://www.shedworx.com.