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Thursday, June 16, 2005
Nvidia PureVideo Decoder Approved by TiVo


Nvidia announced its NVIDIA PureVideo Decoder has been approved by TiVo Inc. for playing content using the TiVoToGo feature.

New this year, the TiVoToGo feature allows TiVo subscribers to transfer recorded television programs from their TiVo Series2 DVR to their PC for viewing anywhere, anytime. Watching a program on a PC that has been recorded on a TiVo DVR requires the use of an MPEG-2 decoder, such as the NVIDIA PureVideo Decoder.

The NVIDIA PureVideo Decoder offers quality DVD and MPEG-playback combined withDolby Digital surround sound.

Starting at $19.95, NVIDIA PureVideo Decoder is available for download in three editions: Bronze, Gold, and Platinum. The software is also available free of charge for a 30-day trial at http://www.nvidia.com/object/dvd_decoder.html.


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