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RaceRender Software Brings High-Tech Data Overlays to Action Cameras

LAFAYETTE, Colo., Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- RaceRender LLC has released the latest generation of its popular video + data overlay software for Microsoft Windows® and Apple Mac OS X®. RaceRender, now in Version 3, enables users to create high-tech sports and racing videos with GPS telemetry overlays and many other data visualizations, as well as multiple-camera picture-in-picture capabilities.

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With support for a wide range of digital video cameras and data sources, RaceRender 3 offers users the flexibility to utilize many products that they may already own. Data is accepted from a variety of GPS recorders, motorsports data acquisition systems, GPS-enabled sports cameras, and telemetry-recording smartphone apps. The resulting data overlay graphics can be easily applied and synchronized to regular video footage, customized further, and then rendered into a high-definition output for viewing and uploading to video sharing sites and social media.

"RaceRender 3 is the result of extensive development work aimed at providing the most capability and best user experience of any video+data software on the market," said Weston Pawlowski, owner of RaceRender LLC. "It exceeds the already extensive capabilities of RaceRender 2, adding new and improved data overlays, more intuitive user interfaces, more powerful video and data synchronization tools, and many other enhancements to complete a well-rounded and polished user experience. The runaway success of sports action cameras, combined with GPS and other data being easier to obtain than ever before, is a very exciting time for RaceRender and its users, and a great fit for RaceRender 3."

Initial Pricing and Availability

Three editions of RaceRender 3 are available:

  • Free Edition offers the basic functionality, and can create short videos, for free.
  • Deluxe Edition enables full video features with standard data overlays for $34.95.
  • Ultimate Edition provides full data overlay options and video features for $44.95.

RaceRender 3 can be downloaded now at http://RaceRender.com/RR

About RaceRender LLC

Formally established in 2009, with developments dating back to 2007, RaceRender LLC develops the RaceRender multi-camera and data overlay video software for a wide variety of action sports, with added focus for racing and motorsports. For auto racing and track day participants who own an iPhone®, RaceRender LLC also offers TrackAddict HD for iOS, which provides GPS lap timing, video recording, data logging, lap analysis, and integrated video + data overlay capabilities.

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Weston Pawlowski
Email
(720) 251-4708
http://RaceRender.com

Pricing information contained herein reflects that at the time of this release. Prices are subject to change.
See the http://RaceRender.com website for compatibility, system requirements, and other information.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
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