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April 10, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:56pm

HP SHOWS HOW BROADCASTERS CAN TRIM AWAY UNUSED SPACE

By CBR Staff Writer

At the National Association of Broadcasters’ conference in Las Vegas this week, Hewlett-Packard Co announced its MPEG cuts- editing technology to let broadcasters trim unused or black space from anywhere within an MPEG-2 video compressed spot. The MPEG cuts-editing feature is due out in June as a standard part of software release for the HP MediaStream Broadcast Server and HP MediaStream Disk Recorder. The feature saves time and money by avoiding the need to trim material before loading, HP said. It also supports arbitrary frame play, variable rate jog and shuttle, and frame-accurate mark-in and out functions.

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