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TMPG's New Media Editor Designed to Make Video Editing Easy Even in HD
Posted Sep 30, 2005 Print Version     Page 1of 1

TMPG, Inc. has announced the release of its TSUNAMI MPEG Media Editor. Now supporting High Definition (HD) video, TSUNAMI MPEG Media Editor enables fast and easy video editing that retains original image quality, even in HD, according to TMPG.

TMPG's TSUNAMI MPEG Media Editor will be available in stores across North America beginning in mid-October at a suggested retail price of $49.95. Users can download a free trial version from the company's Website at www.tmpg-inc.com or from www.download.com beginning in early October.

The new TSUNAMI MPEG Media Editor features frame-level cut-editing, audio filters, integrated DolbyR Digital (2ch AC-3) support, a batch encoder for rendering multiple files simultaneously, and tools for multiplexing and de-multiplexing capabilities. TSUNAMI MPEG Media Editor supports both standard (SD) and High Definition (HD) video with Dolby Digital (2ch AC-3) sound support. TSUNAMI MPEG Media Editor also feature high-speed thumbnail viewing and scrolling along with Smart Rendering makes for extremely smooth and fast cut-editing.

Media Editor's HD-ready video editing supports Microsoft Media Center Edition (DVR-MS), XDVD (eXtended DVD), MPEG-1 and 2, and also supports files from standalone DVD recorders. TSUNAMI MPEG Media Editor runs on a Pentium III 1GHz, Athlon MP, XP or higher, and is also optimized for multicore CPUs. It requires a PC-compatible computer running WindowsR 2000, XP, or Media Center Edition, with at least 256MB RAM. For HD video editing and processing, a display with a 1600x1200 resolution on a Pentium 4 3GHz or Opteron 246 or higher (with more than two logical processors) and 1GB or more of RAM is recommended.

TSUNAMI MPEG Media Editor will be available at retail stores across North America beginning in mid-October, 2005, at an MSRP of $49.95.


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