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Tuesday, February 10, 2004
Cyberlink introduces 4th generation of Cyberlink Mpeg codec


CyberLink introduced its 4th generation of CyberLink MPEG CODEC to deliver the best video quality with shortest video processing time possible.

CyberLink has been in the business of developing MPEG encoding and decoding (CODEC) software for almost ten years. From the first generation CODEC used in PowerDirector 1.0, to the current 4th generation of CyberLink MPEG CODEC used in PowerDirector 3, a great deal of change has been made to improve the encoding performance and enhance the overall video quality. With the latest video engine in PowerDirector 3, anyone can reduce the time it takes to process an edited video by up to 50 per cent. Compared to other video software, this process is noticeable faster, which means users have more time available to spend on creating eye-catching videos with special effects and less time waiting. In addition, it also ensures that the final video production looks closer to those movies seen on consumer VCDs or DVDs. In addition, the 4th generation of CyberLink MPEG CODEC used in PowerDirector 3 optimizes the video display format, so that both non-interlaced PC monitors and interlaced televisions can display the video with the best results.


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