Sima Introduces GoDVD!

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  1. Gary Bettan

    Gary Bettan Guest

    Sima Introduces GoDVD!(TM) - Save Priceless Home Videos and DVD Movie
    Collections from Disappearing due to Age or Abuse
    Sima Products Corporation, a leading developer of consumer electronics
    accessories in the photo, digital imaging and home theater markets,
    today introduced the GoDVD(TM) product line - an innovative digital
    video enhancer that makes it easy for consumers to protect their home
    video and DVD libraries. Connected between any playback source (VCR,
    camcorder or DVD player) and a DVD recorder, the GoDVD! enhancer
    quickly and easily restores and transfers old videos to the superior
    and long-lasting DVD format. Additionally, owners of pre-recorded DVD
    movies will have the ability to create a fair use back-up copy of
    their original DVD.

    "There are more than one billion home videos sitting in people's
    homes, with a shelf life of less than 20 years. Sima created the
    GoDVD! enhancer to help preserves those treasures onto the longer
    lasting DVD medium, so they can be viewed for years to come," said
    Doug Marrison, President of Sima's SPC Subsidiary. "And through
    enhanced technology, GoDVD! actually improves and restores images that
    may have suffered due to frequent use, age or poor storage
    conditions."

    With the sales explosion of portable, mobile and household DVD
    players, Americans are watching DVDs in more locations and more often
    than ever. Now they can keep their original in perfect condition, by
    using the GoDVD! unit to make a back-up copy - families, vacationers,
    and business travelers can all benefit. Further, GoDVD! will help
    preserve home video memories -- more than one billion of them in the
    U.S. alone -- by converting them to a high-quality, digital DVD format
    that will last more than a century.

    How it Works
    The GoDVD! unit stabilizes video signals for crisp copies, reduces
    video sync noise and is compatible with S-VHS, VHS-C, VHS, 8mm and
    DVD. It also contains four output signal enhancement modes - Normal,
    Enhanced, Darker and Black/white. Additionally, as the U.S. population
    continues to become more multi-cultural, many will find that GoDVD!
    has the ability to support both U.S. (NTSC)and International (PAL)
    video formats - another great bonus.

    "Now families who want to share their video memories overseas can do
    so easily," said Marrison.

    GoDVD! can also be used for home video editing. With this new
    technology, consumers can edit directly onto a DVD disc - helping to
    save time, money and most importantly, the video's image quality.

    GoDVD! is manufactured, sold and intended for use in video editing and
    duplicating. Sales and proper use of the GoDVD! product line does not
    violate the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act or the copyrights of
    third parties. Any use that violates the copyright laws is prohibited.


    For more info http://www.videoguys.com/sima.htm

    Gary
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    Gary Bettan, Apr 14, 2004
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