Mercalli V2 Pro Video Stabilizer Now Available for Avid Media Composer and Symphony



Mercalli, the popular pro stabilization plug-in from proDAD, now supports leading film and video finishing applications from Avid Systems



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proDAD, the highly acclaimed developer of digital video effects and image enhancement technologies today announced that its renowned Mercalli V2 Pro video stabilizer & rolling-shutter correction plug-in is now available with support for AVID’s Media Composer & Symphony film and video finishing applications. 

AVID’s Media Composer is one of the industry’s most respected film and video editing and production applications.  AVID Symphony is it’s premier software-only film and video finishing platform.  Mercalli V2 Pro is now compatible with Media Composer Windows® 5.x & 6.x and Symphony 6.x.  Macintosh® support is expected to be announced shortly.

proDAD’s Mercalli V2 Pro is heralded as the premier video stabilizer for the professional, broadcast, and video enthusiast market segments due to it’s ability to stabilize even the most unstable video clips with minimal artifacts and zoom-in.  Mercalli V2 Pro is also a fantastic rolling-shutter correction tool for those shooting with DSLR cameras and even high-end professional camcorders which utilize CMOS-type imaging sensors.  Mercalli V2 technology is licensed by Sony and embedded in Vegas Pro 11 and is soft-bundled by many other popular NLEs including AVID Studio, Grass Valley EDIUS, and COREL VideoStudio X5 Ultimate.

“proDAD continues to ensure our products are compatible with the video production industry’s best NLEs” said Andreas Huber, managing director for proDAD.  “AVID’s Media Composer and Symphony platforms are certainly among the most influential in the space and we’ve responded to the voice of our customers by adding support for them.”

Price & Availability

Mercalli V2 Pro is currently available for an MSRP of $249.95 from the proDAD.com online store or from global distributors & resellers. Learn more at www.prodad.com



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