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Cleaner Now Supports Latest QuickTime, RealPlayer, Windows Media Formats

MWNY - Cleaner Now Supports Latest QuickTime, RealPlayer, Windows Media Formats

by , 1:00 PM EDT, July 20th, 2001

Media 100 has updated their media processing software, Cleaner 5, to version 5.1. The newest version includes support for the latest versions of QuickTime, RealPlayer, and Windows Media Player. Cleaner allows uses to prepare video to be delivered over the Internet, and this version keeps pace with the newest delivery methods, including QuickTime 5. According to Media 100:

Media 100 today announced a significant upgrade to Cleaner 5, the award-winning media processing software for creating on-demand dynamic streaming media, that ensures support for streaming media output to QuickTime 5, RealSystem 8.5 and Windows Media 8 (Windows Media 7 for Mac), the three major player formats for streaming media on the Internet. The newest version of Cleaner 5 also includes support for the Sorenson Video 3 codec, which enables the delivery of high-quality streaming media for QuickTime. With this announcement, Media 100 is enabling its customers to create high quality streaming media content in multiple formats and at multiple data rates for digital media delivery on the Internet in the latest versions of the three major player formats.

The newest version of Cleaner 5, version 5.1, provides support for the newly released Sorenson Video 3 codec, both Standard and Pro Editions. With Sorenson Video 3 Pro Edition, Cleaner 5 will continue to provide customers with 2-pass variable bit rate encoding. Sorenson Video 3 has been shown to give users better high-motion video quality than Sorenson Video 2 at less than half of the bit rate and at up to three times the speed.

Cleaner is the industry-standard tool for adding dynamic, interactive streaming media and for delivery on the Internet, broadband, CD-ROM, kiosks, presentations, and DVD. The application supports all major video, audio, and still image formats, including Apple Computer's QuickTime, RealNetwork's RealSystem, Microsoft's Windows Media Technologies, MP3, MPEG and AVI.

Cleaner is available for US$599. You can find more information at the Media 100 Web site.

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