Take Video Anywhere with TMPGEnc MovieStyle -Adds Latest iPhone and iPod Touch Video File Conversion Support
TMPGEnc® MovieStyle multi-device, drag 'n drop video conversion software allows users to import video files, apply video and audio filters, then convert and transfer to 14 popular digital devices including the new iPad.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF. - September 27, 2010 - Pegasys, Inc. (http://tmpgenc.pegasys -inc.com) the company that takes video to the next level, today announced the new abilities for MovieStyle software to convert video files from almost any format to output profiles for the Apple® iPod Touch® device and the new iPhone® 4 in the latest update of its TMPGEnc® MovieStyle. The multi -device, drag 'n drop video conversion software allows users to import video files, apply video and audio filters, then convert and transfer to 14 popular digital devices including the new iPad. The update is available now and is free for all current owners. Product information and a free trial version can be found at http://tmpgenc.pegasys -inc.com/en/product/tms.html. Pricing starts at $29.95.
"We are pleased to add output profiles for Apple's iPhone 4 and the fourth generation iPod Touch, fully supporting the increased resolution of Apple's Retina display. We are committed to having TMPGEnc MovieStyle support the latest popular devices, such as Apple's iPad™, Microsoft's Zune® HD and Sony's newest Walkman® models. Not to mention it offers SpursEngine
support (via plug -in, sold separately), and AVCHD input support.
When Windows 7 users record high definition or standard TV shows via Windows Media Center, they can convert it to different video formats for use on an iPhone, iPod, iPad, video game console or other portable device" remarked Tak Ebine, Pegasys Inc. CEO.
New iPhone 4 and iPod support lets users take personal video everywhere they go. Just drag and drop the video content for easy conversion and playback. Similar to the fourth generation iPod, iPad and iPhone 4 video can be quickly transferred to an iTunes library using the included TransManager™. Then, simply connect the device to a PC and iTunes will automatically transfer the videos.
TMPGEnc MovieStyle converts video clips to portable and high definition formats compatible with popular digital devices, including: iPad™, iPod®/iPhone®, Apple® TV, Sony® mylo™ COM -2, Sony Walkman®, PSP™, Playstation® 3, Zune™, Xbox 360™, Nintendo DS™ with PLAY -YAN, Nintendo® Wii™, PDA's with Windows Media Player, and DivX®. Accepted input formats include AVI, MPEG, MPEG4, Windows Media Video (wmv), QuickTime, H.264, DivX®, DVD -Video/DVD -VR, Media Center PC (WTV, DVR -MS), and MOD (a file format used by JVC Everio HDD camcorders). HDV camcorder files are also supported.
The MovieStyle interface is easy to use. Simply select a device, then drag and drop video clips to begin converting. The converting templates eliminate guesswork and save time. It will also import a DVD (copy -protected DVD's cannot be imported), or DVD -VR and WTV/DVR -MS (Windows Media Center) recordings.
The .wtv file format replaces the. dvr -ms file format and both .wtv and .dvr -ms files can be imported. Windows Media Center is included in most Windows 7 editions, Windows Vista (Home Premium, Ultimate) and Windows XP (Media Center Edition). All that is needed is a TV Tuner device to watch and record live TV broadcasts.
The Quick Encode feature converts video clips without opening MovieStyle. Simply right -click the video clip and select the digital device from the drop -down menu. The Drop Folder feature lets users specify a folder for MovieStyle to monitor. When a video clip is saved in the folder, the software will automatically convert it for the user -specified device.
Cinema Mode converts video to 24 frames per second for PSP users. Karaoke Mode, cancels out vocals from the audio track, and uses the Pitch Changer settings to alter the audio pitch. The Audio Only option (not available for all devices) can convert video into an audio file. Time Stretch can convert video to play either 50% slower or faster with understandable audio.
About PEGASYS Inc.
PEGASYS Inc. takes video to the next level. Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, PEGASYS was established in November 2001 with the release of TMPGEnc Plus - - probably the world's most popular MPEG -1/2 video encoding software and at the time, was the only freeware video encoder. The company's two flagship products, the TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress video encoder and the new TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4, anchor a strong line of retail and OEM digital video editing and encoding products for home and professional users.
The recognized leaders in developing quality video encoding tools for MPEG applications, PEGASYS Inc.'s encoding technology is also incorporated into numerous commercial and professional video editing and DVD -creation software products. PEGASYS technologies have been bundled with quality products from top worldwide manufacturers, including Sony Japan and Pioneer. For information about PEGASYS Inc. and its products, visit the company's website at www.pegasys -inc.com.
Kimi Matsuki TMPG Inc.
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