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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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And lastly, if you love custom maps, then all of them are compatible with StarCraft Remastered.
VOODOO VINCE REMASTERED XBOX ONE, PC THE plucky little voodoo doll steps out from the shadow of the Xbox and basks in the glory of HD.
You can switch between the remastered and original visuals with a simple click of the F5 key, if you want a reminder of the tricks memory can play on you.
One of the most critically acclaimed titles in the series, inspired by overwhelming community interest, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is being remastered for current generation consoles.
Resident Evil was first remastered in 2002 for the Nintendo Game Cube console, it received mass critical acclaim as a next-gen version of a much-loved classic.
They will also reissue a remastered version of the group's 'House Of The Holy' album which again features newly heard takes of seven of the eight songs from that release.
Summary: New 4G mobile network EE has remastered the 'Fenton the Dog' clip that has over seven million YouTube hits.
This 40th anniversary edition has been remastered by Ray Staff who was an engineer at Trident Studios where the album was orginally recorded.
Since then, state-of-the-art technology has been used to digitally restore each frame--150,000 on average per remastered film, says Ross Pollack, CEO of Celestial Pictures.
JOHN Lennon's albums have been digitally remastered to mark what would have been the singer's 70th birthday.
The classic Welsh hero epic, which stars and was co-produced by Ferndale's Stanley Baker, is to be remastered in high definition (HD).