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MainConcept licenses H.264 encoder to Corel

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 17 Aug 2007 17:28 User comments (1)

MainConcept licenses H.264 encoder to Corel MainConcept AG has announced that Corel Corporation has agreed to license its H.264 encoder technology. Corel is a leading global software company that provides full-featured, easy-to-use productivity, graphics, entertainment and digital media creativity software for home consumers, businesses, schools and industry partners worldwide.
The consumer version of MainConcept's H.264 encoder will be integrated into Corel consumer software products VideoStudio and DVD MovieFactory to enable output support for high-definition H.264 content in AVCHD, HD DVD & Blu-ray Disc formats.

"We are pleased that Corel has chosen our H.264 encoder," said Muzaffer Beygirci, VP Sales of MainConcept. "With its market leading Corel, InterVideo and Ulead brands, and its international network of resellers, retailers and OEMs, Corel software is known and loved by consumers worldwide. We are proud that our advanced video technology will enable Corel customers to use the H.264 format to create new high-definition discs."

"MainConcept's H.264 technology offers the superior performance and quality our customers expect," said Blaine Mathieu, Vice President and General Manager, Products and Strategy, Corel Digital Media. "Corel customers will find video encoding in H.264 an efficient solution when compressing high-definition video and retaining image quality."

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121.8.2007 21:43

Run of the mill press release.

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