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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 four most important remastering processing steps prior to re-encoding are: i) deinterlacing and/or inverse-telecine, ii) frame rate conversion, iii) noise reduction iv) scaling.
Remastering the titles was a painstaking process that took more than six years to complete.
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.
Their Ultradisc II gold remastering of the Chieftain's 1995 folk album "The Long Black Veil" is a welcome pleasure.
IMAX-ing ``The Polar Express'' meant converting existing footage to IMAX format via a process called digital remastering (DMR).
The remastering work was done at Abbey Road using the same team who recently remastered the complete Beatles' catalog.
Since the "StarCraft" remaster is already scheduled for release this summer, it makes sense that the person who gets hired will likely work with the remastering team for the other two games.
All four of the band's studio albums - The Smiths, Meat Is Murder, The Queen Is Dead, Strangeways, Here We Come - are included here, with Johnny Marr's remastering providing a seamless exploration of their sound, along with their sole live album Rank, as well as compilations Hatful Of Hollow, The World Won't Listen and Louder Than Bombs.
Presented in a 12in x 12in box with lavish artwork, this deluxe remastering befits a pivotal album of its era.
Engineers at Abbey Road studios in London have spent four years painstakingly remastering 525 minutes of music from the original analogue tapes using state of the art technology alongside vintage studio equipment.
has been dipping into its vaults and remastering a number of other films and adding extras, including a few starring Humphrey Bogart.