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Cyberlink supports AVCHD for authoring, editing and playback

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 13 Nov 2007 9:47 User comments (1)

Cyberlink supports AVCHD for authoring, editing and playback Following certification of AVCHD support in high-definition movie player software PowerDVD earlier this year, Cyberlink is now supporting the H.264-based format in its complete range of leading consumer software products. Along with playback, Cyberlink now offers applications to provide authoring and editing capabilities for the format. As a result, the Sony Test Center has now provided certification disc authoring software PowerProducer.
The Advanced Video 1080i and 720p video onto discs, with faster seek times and compression advantages over MPEG-2. As such, it is regarded as a superior choice for consumers looking to record and manipulate high definition (HD) video content.

"The AVCHD format delivers exceptional quality for the recording, storage and playback of high-definition video content," said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. "Now with support for the AVCHD format across our leading software categories, we are able to offer a complete suite of products covering video editing, disc creation, and movie playback."

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12.12.2007 19:07

good work keep it going.

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