RealPlayer Now Available For Intel Atom Based Netbooks

Posted: Aug 19 2008, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:08am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
RealPlayer now available for Intel Atom based Netbooks
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RealNetworks is announcing the availability of its popular RealPlayer on Intel Atom netbooks and nettops at the Intel l Developer Forum (IDF).
By working with RealNetworks, the netbook and nettop OEMs can bundle a Moblin-optimized media player that includes the most sought-after media format support, decreasing their development, legal and administrative costs and reducing time-to-market.

Devices that use the Intel Atom processor with Moblin based OS will have the added benefit of highly optimized performance and battery life when playing media content. RealPlayer can be used to play content in a browser window for an embedded Internet experience, and also as a stand-alone media player.
The new RealPlayer can play content in RealMedia, Windows Media, MP3, MPEG4, H.264, AAC, AAC+, VC-1 and Ogg format.
The new RealPlayer was developed using Real's Helix DNA technology, available in source code form for development via free community source licenses through the Helix Community.
Via the Realnetworks site.

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