Jon Peddie says specialized software like vReveal may be popular with consumers as more of them create and post videos. “If two of us are at the same soccer game, each photographing it with a cheap camera, but I do some enhancing afterward,” that video will look better and get more views, Peddie said. Jon Peddie’s comments are in response to MotionDSP Inc offering a US$50 download for PCs that tackles pixelated and fuzzy frames in standard definition video. The consumer program is adapted from the company’s more powerful Ikena (about US$7,700), which is used by law enforcement authorities to recover details like license plate numbers in low-quality video.
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The company reports revenue of $7.19 billion, which is down from last year, although it still beats estimates.
Sales beat expectations but were down 3% YoY, EPS beats estimates.