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November 30, 1993

SOFTVIDEO NOW UP UNDER WINDOWS AND MACINTOSH 7

By CBR Staff Writer

Thousand Oaks, California-based Total Multimedia Inc says its fractal-based image decompression is now up under Windows and Macintosh System 7. The SoftVideo technology features image compression ratios of up to 200:1, enabling multimedia application developers and content publishers to create full-frame, full motion video that runs on current computers via CD-ROM, increasing the number of environments able to use their products and the amount and quality of video included in the programme. SoftVideo fractal compression and decompression algorithms make them three to four times more powerful than other software-only coder-decoders, the company claims. The tools also include run-time sub-licences for commercial publishers. The SoftVideo Toolkits I to III cost from $1,000 to $10,000 from this month.

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