Nero Unveils new Nero Digital(TM) Certified Avayon DXP-1000 DVD Player at CES 2006.

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by Allan, Jan 5, 2006.

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    "LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 5, 2006--Nero, leaders in digital
    media technology, and Avayon Technologies, a growing marketer of DVD
    players, today announced that Avayon's DXP-1000 DVD player is the
    first Nero Digital Certified player to ship in North America.

    Nero Digital(TM), co-developed by Nero and ATEME, is completely based
    on MPEG-4 standards adding to many DVD-like features that consumers
    expect in a home theater experience such as multiple AAC audio tracks,
    surround sound, chapters, and subtitles. Avayon DXP-1000 customers and
    users world-wide are offered a 30-Day Trial download of Nero
    Digital(TM) on which includes Nero's top 3
    applications to create, play and share Nero Digital(TM) content: Nero
    Recode, which facilitates the direct import of most video file formats
    and non-copy protected DVDs for coding and/or transcoding in Nero
    Digital(TM); Nero ShowTime, which plays all digital recordings (films,
    TV programs, home movies and DVD formats) in excellent picture and
    sound quality; and finally Nero MediaHome, which allows users to
    stream videos, music and pictures."

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    Allan, Jan 5, 2006
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