January 26, 2012
April 21, 2008 – San Mateo, Calif. – MotionDSP, an emerging leader in digital video technology, today announced that its free consumer service – FixMyMovie.com – received a 2008 Webware 100 award in the Video Category. Webware is a CNET site.
The 2008 Webware 100 Awards recognize the best Web 2.0 sites, services, and applications that are leading the next wave of innovation. Webware’s editors reviewed thousands of entries, selected 300 finalists, and then their user community selected the winners, casting nearly two million votes. A complete list of the winners can be found at www.webware.com/100.
FixMyMovie.com is an autofix service for video. Upload or email a video to FixMyMovie, and the service automatically improves overall resolution, corrects for poor lighting conditions and removes the artifacts that ruin most mobile phone and low-end digital camera videos. Once fixed, you can share, embed, download, or push your fixed video to YouTube®.
“Receiving the Webware 100 award is a great honor for MotionDSP – we are delighted to have been recognized not only by CNET’s editors, but also to have been selected as a winner by CNET’s user community,” said Dr. Sean Varah, CEO of MotionDSP. “This is further validation that our service solves a key pain-point for today’s video-centric consumers.”
“The Webware 100 list has proven to be such a valuable resource for people new to Web 2.0,” said Rafe Needleman, editor at Webware and CNET. “We honor those organizations who strive to deliver the most innovative Web 2.0 sites, services and applications.”
MotionDSP is an emerging leader in digital video enhancement. MotionDSP’s next-generation software vastly improves the quality of video captured by consumer video devices such as mobile phones and webcams. The company’s beta consumer video enhancement site may be found at www.FixMyMovie.com
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