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Ricoh recordable Blu-ray disks


Mark Peters : 2006-03-09 03:15:00
Ricoh recordable Blu-ray disks : Ricoh has developed recordable disks for Blu-ray Disk and HD DVD, the next-generation DVD formats, and starts shipping samples to hardware manufacturers. The Ricoh samples to be shipped are BD-R and HD DVD-R, write-once disks for Blu-ray Disk and HD DVD respectively. They have a capacity of 25 GB (BD-R) and 15 GB (HD DVD-R), approximately three to five times that of current disks. By employing highly sensitive inorganic recording materials and high-precision stampers newly developed for next-generation recordable DVDs, Ricoh was able to achieve high reliability when writing and reading data. This will provide an advantage in further speed increases and multilayer structures.


Sony Blu Ray disc media


Mark Peters : 2006-03-07 22:30:00
Sony Blu Ray disc media : Sony Europe’s Recording Media & Energy (RME) division today announced that its first Blu-ray Disc media will ship in Europe in March 2006. Sony Single-layer BD-RE (Blu-ray Disc Rewritable) media will be available in store from mid March and single-layer write-once BD-R (Blu-ray Disc Recordable) media will be available from April. Sony is also set to launch dual layer discs later this year. The Sony single-layer Blu-ray Disc Recordable (BNR25A) and Blu-ray Disc Rewritable (BNE25A) media offer a storage capacity of 25GB, more than five times that of a normal DVD and enough for approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes of video at a bit rate of 24Mbps, or 10 hours and 30 minutes at 5Mbps.


Canon XLH1 supports EDIUS Broadcast editing software


Mark Peters : 2006-03-06 16:47:00
Canon XLH1 supports EDIUS Broadcast editing software : Canon USA and Canopus today jointly announced that the Canopus EDIUS Pro v3.6 and EDIUS Broadcast realtime video editing solutions support the new Canon XL H1, lightweight 24fps HD camcorder. "Canopus' EDIUS Broadcast editing software is an excellent solution for imaging professionals," said Yukiaki Hashimoto, senior vice president of Canon USA Consumer Imaging Group. "Its compatibility with Canon's XL H1 HD camcorder will provide a streamlined solution for capturing and editing 24 and 30 fps video." The Canopus EDIUS Pro 3 and new EDIUS Broadcast solutions provide realtime capture and processing of 1440x 080 resolution video at 24fps, 30fps, and 60i via an IEEE 1394 interface.


JVC G-series HDD camcorders


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-27 09:31:00
JVC G-series HDD camcorders : JVC’s breakthrough Everio G Series of hard drive camcorders gets even better for 2006, with new features that deliver enhanced performance and make hard drive video recording more attractive than ever. Among the Everio innovations for this year is direct DVD burning, making it possible to create DVDs without a PC using a new JVC DVD burner or JVC-recommended burners from other manufacturers. In addition, the transfer speed has been significantly increased, and a 32X optical zoom, a 2.7-inch widescreen LCD and an F1.2 lens are available on selected models. The JVC G-series will be available from February 2006 (GX-MG77 from March 2006) at a manufacturers retail price of $600 - $900.


X2 X2V portable media player


Mark Peters : 2006-02-24 06:35:00
X2 X2V portable media player : X2 Corporation, a global manufacturer and direct marketer of digital convergence products, last week launched the X2V portable media players. Weighing in at a mere one half pound with a size smaller than a 3x5 photograph, this unit is the smallest, lightest and most versatile PMP (portable media player) on the market today, setting a new standard for design and feature set in the category. Like its predecessor, the MEGA View 566, the X2V is a versatile device that functions as a video player, photo viewer, MP3/WMA music player, portable storage device, PDA with calendar and contacts database and a voice recorder plus it adds a 6 Megapixel (interpolated) digital camera and MPEG-4 camcorder.


Intel & Google announce new Video Search Technology


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-01-21 03:05:00
Intel & Google announce new Video Search Technology : Intel Corporation and Google today announced plans to bring Google Video to the new Intel Viiv technology platform. This planned collaboration is intended to give consumers an easy way to search, manage and consume the huge amount of video information available on the Internet from the comfort of their couch. The technology involved makes it possible to combine the power of Google Video with Intel's expertise in digital home interoperability specifications, allowing Google Video users to consume video on their television and on portable devices wherever and whenever they choose. Intel Viiv technology is designed to enhance and manage digital entertainment in the home.


iSee 360i video recorder for iPod


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-01-21 03:00:00
iSee 360i video recorder for iPod : Advanced Technology Office announced today the iSee video recorder for iPod, the first and only portable media player that enables users to record video content directly onto most Apple iPods and then view it on a high-quality 3.6" LCD screen. The iSee video recorder for iPod extends the functionality of most Click Wheel iPods to include music, photos, video recording, storage and playback. With the iSee video recorder, iPod users will record and store their favorite shows and movies directly from TV, cable, satellite, DVR or any other analog source. In addition to viewing on the iSee, video files can be played back on any TV with an "analog in" connection at standard 640x480 TV resolution.


Hitachi Microdrive streaming video at CES 2006


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-01-05 21:58:00
Hitachi Microdrive streaming video at CES 2006 : At Storage-Visions 2006, Hitachi demonstrates the first working CE-ATA hard drive running on an Intel platform. The live demo shows streaming video from a Hitachi Microdrive 3K8 one-inch hard drive over the CE-ATA interface, connected to an Intel XScale application processor. The demo validates integrity of the interface specifications and signals the imminent commercialization of Hitachi's CE-ATA-based Microdrive. With video representing the next killer application for CE devices due to its need for high storage capacity, Hitachi has been in discussion with leading manufacturers of personal media centers, smart phones and other multi-media devices on adoption of the CE-ATA interface.






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