Pinnacle Announces New MPEG-1 Capture Device

Adding to the Studio family of video products, Pinnacle Systems announced the release of Studio MP10, an advanced MPEG CD authoring tool.

The Studio MP10 is essentially a capture device that plugs into the computer’s printer port and allows users to capture compressed MPEG-1 video from a number of sources including camcorders, VCRs and DVD players. Then using the Studio’s software, users can add audio, special effects then edit it and output the finished video to a CD, video tape or the Internet.

For those who want to create videos with DVD-like menus, Studio MP10 gives the user the power to be creative by capitalizing on the interactive capabilities designed for creating CD-ROMs.

The Studio MP10 leverages our video capture and editing expertise and creates a complete solution for users that want to turn their videos into interactive MPEG CDs for the home or office,” said William Chien, senior product manager at Pinnacle Systems.

Pinnacle Systems will showcase the Studio MP10 at the NAB show in Las Vegas this April.

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