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InterVideo demonstrates DVD transcoding for double layer drives

Written by Lasse Penttinen @ 21 Apr 2004 6:49

InterVideo demonstrates DVD transcoding for double layer drives The DVD transcoding software industry is not out of business, even though the double layer drives are slowly penetrating the market and increasing the capacity of a recordable DVD.
InterVideo has demonstraded an updated DVD Copy v2 version with DVD+R DL support. The new version features 25% faster encoder speed and adds a Multiple DVD Merging feature. This enables the users to squeeze multiple videos on a single disc. This is especially useful for DVD+R DL as the increased capacity can store two full length movie titles with decent video quality.

More information: InterVideo WinDVD Copy v2

InterVideo®, Inc. (NASDAQ: IVII), a pioneer in advancing DVD and MPEG-related software technologies, announced today that Double Layer DVD+R burning capabilities will be implemented in the upcoming DVD Copy 2 Platinum Double Layer edition. InterVideo is demonstrating this Double Layer DVD+R burning technology at Retail Vision, which is being held at the Hotel Rey Juan Carlos in Barcelona, Spain, April 20-22, 2004.

DVD Copy 2 Platinum is InterVideo's latest release of its award-winning three-step software for making identical copies of personal unencrypted* DVD and CD videos for sharing or to protect them from damage or loss. Double Layer DVD+R (DVD+R DL ) technology virtually doubles the storage capacity on DVD-recordable discs from 4.7GB to 8.5GB while remaining compatible with existing DVD Video players and DVD-ROM drives. With the new DVD+R DL support, InterVideo DVD Copy 2 Platinum customers will be able to record 4 hours of DVD-quality video or 16 hours of VHS-quality video on a single side of a DVD+R DL disc.

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