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A CIA-funded start-up hopes consumers as well as spooks will be interested in technology to improve the quality of photos and videos.
Analyzing multiple frames of a video lets vReveal software extract better image quality from each frame, MotionDSP says. Also: a boost from Nvidia graphics chips.
The service to improve video quality will shut down December 31, to be replaced by desktop software to accomplish the same thing.
Nvidia launches the GPU Ventures Program, an initiative to identify and invest in early stage graphics companies.
A Google tool lets people combine multiple videos into one and trim a specific video down to a desired segment.
FixMyMovie has some nice new features to help that camera phone video suck less.
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Replacing film with digital sensors was a major change, but new combining computing with photography is beginning to transform the industry more radically.
These services will index, clean up, organize, and transfer your camera-phone images.