KWorld DVD Maker 2 - New Video Editing Solution for Mac & PC!
- 28 July, 2008 10:50
Taipei, Taiwan, July 28, 2008 – KWorld Computer Co., Ltd. As part of our exhibition at Computex Taipei 2008, KWorld, the leading provider of video and multimedia based computer peripherals, announced the launch of the much anticipated DVD Maker 2!
As the popularity of portable multimedia entertainment grows, devices such as iPod Photo or Sony PSP increasingly define the trend in mobility. Transferring ordinary VHS, DVD or even YouTube videos to these devices is “the thing to do”. The DVD Maker 2 defines a new generation of video transferring gadgets that is not only more compact, (at 2.3 cm thin and 2.7 cm wide), more beautiful, and more portable … but is also significantly more powerful!
KWorld DVD Maker 2 provides a complete video editing solution. It plugs into the USB 2.0 port of either a Mac or PC to enable high quality video streaming directly onto your computer. Through its composite, S-Video, and RCA inputs, users can capture video from any of these sources quickly and easily via a one-touch ‘record’ button on top of the unit. Bundled with 3DBank’s DV Loops, CG PAK, CyberLink’s PowerDirector 6 and PowerProducer 4, DVD Maker 2 is a complete video capturing/editing dream! Mix and match your captured video footage to give it your personal creative touch, knowing that whatever clips you create can then be converted to work in PSP and iPod compatible mobile formats.
Available in Australia from: JayCar Electronics, Harvey Norman, Domayne and City Software online from August 2008.
KWorld is the leading consumer multimedia solution developer and provider. The company offers Analogue, Digital, Hybrid, Satellite TV tuner devices, and video/audio capture/editing card/box solutions. “Play multimedia” is KWorld's inevitable faith. For more company information, please visit www.kworld.com.tw
Author: Ann Chang; KWorld Computer Co., Ltd.; 6F, No.113, Jian 2nd Road, Jhonghe City, Taipei County 23585, Taiwan ROC; Telephone: +886-2-8228-6088 Ext: 265; Ann_chang@kworld.com.tw; Australian Contact: Carla Bridge; email@example.com; Ph/Fax: +61 2 6162 3868.
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