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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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It details a fairly complex technique for remastering textures from old games, and replacing them with new ones to suit more modern displays.
Now, I don't mind remastering, as long as they add something to the original, and I'm not really sure this does.
It is in actual fact a remastering of a remaster...
Beaverton, OR, December 05, 2014 --(PR.com)-- isovideo announces that the groundbreaking 2004 documentary "Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster" used isovideo Viarte Digital Remastering Services for its tenth-anniversary Blu-ray release on November 24, 2014.
Guitarist Page has sifted through vintage studio recordings to find different versions of each of the eight tracks from the Led Zeppelin IV album first released in 1971 and the musician has been preparing to release a companion disc to accompany the reissue, part of a remastering of the band's entire catalogue.
Remastering the art museum experience reflects the "2020 Vision Statement'' that the museum has made for itself -- namely, a goal of 200,000 visitors a year by 2020.
But back in 2000, there were no facilities in Asia able to handle the remastering of films on such an enormous commercial scale.
"By remastering 121 tracks spanning his solo career, I hope also that those who are already familiar with John's work will find renewed inspiration."
For the past four years, engineers at Abbey Road studios in London have been remastering 525 minutes of music from the original analogue tape using new technology alongside vintage studio equipment.
Ian Lewis, director of Sky Movies, committed the company to investing in remastering the classics.
In view of the time when they were made, the sound quality after digital remastering is truly amazing.
It sounded very, very good, and now LIM (Lasting Impression Music, the Decca remastering arm of producer Winston Ma's First Impression Music) have given it the ultimate treatment in XRCD 24-bit processing.