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Tuesday, May 13, 2003
Philips releases DVD-Video Verifier v1.5.0


The DVD-Video Verifier, designed to run on a selected Windows platforms is specially constructed to simplify the release procedures for DVD-Video titles by checking the structures and formats against the relevant specifications: DVD Specifications for Read-Only Discs part 2 (file system specifications) and part 3 (video specifications), Whether your activity is authoring, MPEG encoding or application building, using these tools will save you both time and money. This product is referred to in the DVD-Video disc Testspecification published by the DVD FLLC.The downloading and use of this software requires registration with the copyright owner which is Royal Philips Electronics. A leaflet of the Verifier can be downloaded here.



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