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Digital Heaven Releases Multicam Lite 1.03

New lower price of $99 (December 02, 2005)

Digital Heaven (, one of the leading  creators of software for Apple's pro apps, today announced the  release of Multicam Lite v1.03 at the new price of just US$99  (previously US$295).

Multicam Lite is a standalone Mac OS X application which works in  conjunction with Final Cut Pro (v4.1 and later) for the input and  output of sequences via XML files. With its innovative and  streamlined interface, Multicam Lite makes it easier than ever to cut  up to three cameras in real time. DV, DVCPRO25 or OfflineRT source clips can be directly used by the software and there are  comprehensive trimming and camera swapping features built in. When  the cut is finished, the XML file is imported back into FCP where all  the cuts are automatically recreated ready for further effects work  or output.

Pricing and availability:
The software is available now for download purchase from the Digital  Heaven online store at for US$99. A demo  version is also available which offers full functionality but does  not allow saving of XML files.

About Digital Heaven
Digital Heaven was founded in 2000 by ex-BBC Resources editor Martin  Baker. For almost six years we provided broadcast post production  facilities for clients such as the BBC, Channel Four and many  independent production companies. In Summer 2003 we became the first  London facility to make the switch from Avid editing systems to  Apple's Final Cut Pro. At the same time we started software  development, releasing our first product, EDL Mirror in September  2003. Since then we have added 12 Final Cut Plug-ins and Multicam  Lite, the first multicamera editing solution for Final Cut Pro.

In October 2005 we released VideoSpace - a free widget for Mac OS X  Tiger which calculates the disk space required for a given duration  and codec setting. VideoSpace clocked up over 10,000 downloads in the  first month of release and was featured as a ?Widget of  the Week and as a staff favourite on Apples widget download page.

November 2005 saw the release of MovieLogger for Mac OS X. This easy  to use logging software for QuickTime movies is designed for non- technical users and enables export of logs to Final Cut Pro via XML.

As we enter 2006 the company is concentrating all our efforts on  software products with many exciting applications currently in  development.


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