First Windows Media 9 DVD Recorder DiVA 489

Posted: Oct 29 2003, 11:10pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:04pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
First Windows Media 9 DVD Recorder DiVA 489
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Malata/Wanlida announces a DVD Recorder using Microsoft Windows Media 9 compression.

The DiVA 489 which is the first DVD recorder to record using Microsoft's innovative Windows Media 9 Series video compression (WMV9) for digital video recording to DVD and CD disc, as well as playback of streamed and downloaded video.
DVD+R/RW can hold more than 6 hours of DVD quality content using the built in Microsoft(R) Windows Media 9 encoding, and more than 15 hours of recording on a recordable DVD using a lower bit rate.
Aeon Digital is also building the network that comes with the DiVA to deliver content from the Internet into the consumer's living room TV using simple plug and play technology, direct to the Internet of the future.

In the US to the WM9 DiVA 489 DVD Recorder will actually be sold under the Polaroid brand.

Microsoft says in an announcement from CEATEC 2003 show, that about 400 consumer electronic devices now support Windows Media 9 technology.

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