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Tuesday, October 01, 2002
MedioStream says neoDVD is the first software to deliver better than real-time burning of DVDs


MedioStream, a leading provider of PC-based software for recording video to DVDs and CDs, today announced that internal testing shows that on comparable systems and at comparable video quality, its neoDVD 4.0 suite is not only the fastest consumer software currently available on the market for burning video files to DVD, but also the only software that can deliver faster than real-time performance when converting DV AVI files to DVD. On a Pentium 4 2GHz PC, MedioStream's tests show that neoDVD 4.0, is able to burn a 20-minute DV AVI file onto a DVD+RW disc in 18 minutes, which is half the time it takes its nearest competitor to do the same.

What makes neoDVD 4.0 faster than its competitors is the result of MedioStream's commitment to continually improve its high-performance codec technology. MedioStream proprietary technology includes the industry's first real-time MPEG-2 encoder, which significantly speeds the DVD authoring process. In addition, MedioStream's "Direct-to-Disc Recording" feature, compatible with all commercially available DVD+RW drives, allows users to burn DVDs in a simple, truly one-step process, without having to use the PC first as a buffer to create a disc image for burning.

Fastest Burner in the World

"We were the first to deliver real-time performance and these tests back up our claim that we are faster than other DVD authoring solutions on the market today," said Gordon Doran, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at MedioStream. "When someone wants to burn a DVD, they look at two things: how easy it is to do and how long it will take.. MedioStream's neoDVD suite of software provides the right answers to these questions at the right price for the average consumer."

neoDVD 4.0 is not only the fastest software solution for burning DVDs with newer, faster computers, but also with slower systems, neoDVD 4.0 maintains its speed advantage over its competitors in testing on 1.1Ghz and 1.3 Ghz computers. To view the MedioStream white paper on performance testing and test results, please go to www.mediostream.com.

neoDVDstandard 4.0 is available at www.mediostream.com for $29.99 for the Electronic Software Delivery (ESD) download version. neoDVDplus 4.0 is available is available at www.mediostream.com for $49.99 for the ESD download version or $59.99 plus shipping and handling for the boxed CD version. neoDVDplus 4.0 will also be available at OfficeMax, CompUSA, Fry's Electronics, and Micro Center by the end of October.

System Requirements

neoDVDstandard 4.0 and neoDVDplus 4.0 are compatible with Microsoft Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, and XP. Both applications require an analog capture card or an OHCI-compliant FireWire connector; AGP graphics card with 8MBs memory; minimum 700MHz Intel Pentium 4, Pentium III, Celeron or AMD Athlon processor (1.1 GHz and above for real-time performance); 128MB of memory; 5GB free hard drive; DirectX 8.0 or above.


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