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remaster

To create a new version from the original. It may refer to audio, video or film remastering, in which the original recording or film is located and becomes the input to more modern or sophisticated editing and publishing processes. It may also refer to software remastering, which enhances a version of source code for distribution to a new audience.
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The two-disc DVD includes digitally remastered picture and sound, an all-new introduction and commentary from Lord Attenborough and 11 new behind-the-scenes featurettes.
And reissues have been a staple of the compact-disc phenomenon from the digitally remastered get-go.
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Digitally remastered, this remains a great Sunday afternoon tucked-up-on-the-sofa treat.
The Beatles's producer, Sir George Martin, has restored the original movie, re-coloured the visual quality and digitally remastered the sound.
National CineMedia's Fathom and Warner Home Video Present Digitally Remastered Horror Classic in 250 Select Movie Theatres Nationwide on October 4
ALL of the Beatles' original albums are to be re-released, digitally remastered, on the same day.
Today, the company announced that it has digitally remastered in high definition and restored the entire Dragon Ball Z series, all 291 episodes.
THIS is the digitally remastered version of Monty Python's classic comedy.
None of those earlier efforts, however, have been digitally remastered for 3D capability.
The reissues include digitally remastered cuts, bonus tracks, enhanced cover art, and new liner notes from Blondie's original producers, Richard Gottehrer and Mike Chapman.
Digitally remastered, it features some of the most memorable music and scenes in cinematic history and costs pounds 16.

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